In a former thread, I asked: I got a good response: So the ceremonial law was temporary, dealt with ceremonial cleanliness, and was a shadow of what was to come in Christ, and was done away with when the reality appeared and fulfilled all righteousness and accomplished our permanent cleansing. The New Testament regulations are permanent, have nothing to do with ceremonial cleanliness, and guide our worship of the already-appeared risen Christ. Is that all a fair summary? If so, what still confuses me a bit is the relation of these regulations to "the law." Is it all then subsumed under moral law, or is it another thing altogether? If it's a part of the moral law, from which of the Ten Commandments does it follow?