In Romans 10:4, Paul also refers to Torah as that which leads to Christ: “For Christ is the end of the law, that every one who has faith may be justified” (RSV). The word “end” (telos) can stress either “goal” or “terminus” and is intriguingly ambiguous, but undoubtedly Paul (as we can tell from his extensive discussions) intends it to mean that Christ is the “goal of Torah.” The Book, however, removes the ambiguity and takes it to mean “termination”: “They don’t understand that Christ gives to those who trust him everything they are trying to get by keeping his laws. He ends all of that.”