Since the discussion on the other thread had gotten so far off of that thread, I am moving the comments over to this thread. I'll copy and past the last two rounds of our discussion and we can move on from there. OK?
A simple consideration is said to be that the separating of the law is not Biblical, but done and handed down to us by tradition, and that such was one of the items of discussion in 1888.
Paul speaks of keeping passover, new moons etc.
You may want to check that out.
Perhaps Paul was saying do not let the legalists judge you in your observance of these things...
There is an alternate interpretation that makes Paul absolutely consistent with himself, Torah and the rest of scripture.
Shalom haShem Yahshua,
Paul became as a Jew to win the Jews. He never counseled any to keep the feasts but even once said that he could not make it to the celebration in Jerusalem as he was busy working where he was for souls.
Where did Paul celebrate the feasts when he did? What did it mean that he became a Jew to win the Jews? What would he have done differently?