In Romans 3:20-31 Sha’ul/Paul writes concerning salvation, not by Torah or works but by belief/faith. Do we nullify Torah?
“Therefore by works of Torah no flesh shall be declared right before him (Psalm 143:2), for by the Torah, is the knowledge of sin (Exodus 20:20, Romans 4:15, Romans 7:7). But now, apart from the Torah, a righteousness of Elohim has been revealed, being witnessed by the Torah and the prophets, and the righteousness of Elohim is through belief in Yahusua messiah to all and on all who believe. For there is no difference, for all have sinned (1 John 3:4) and fall short of the esteem of Elohim, being declared right, without paying, by his favour through the “redemption” which is in messiah Yahushua, whom Elohim set forth as an ‘atonement’, through belief in his blood, to demonstrate his righteousness, because in his tolerance Elohim had passed over the sins that had taken place before, to demonstrate at the present time his righteousness, that he is righteous and declares righteous the one who has belief in Yahushua.
Where then, is the boasting? It is shut out. By what Torah? Of works? No, but by the Torah of belief. For we reckon that a man is declared right by belief without the works of Torah. Or is he the Elohim of the Yahudim/Judeans only, and not also of the nations/gentiles?
Yes, of the nations also, Since it is one Elohim who shall declare right the circumcised “by” belief and the uncircumcised “through” belief. Do we then nullify the Torah through the belief? Let it not be. On the contrary, we establish the Torah (Romans 7:12).