In this video the Rabbi addresses the Christian misconception that the Old Testament teaches that there is no atonement for sin without a blood sacrifice. Short version:
There is also an interesting video on a slightly related topic regarding Acts 21.
“Grace” is for people who acknowledge and sincerely attempt to follow the Law, while inevitably erring, repenting, and seeking forgiveness along the way, yet not ceasing to adhere to the Law to the best of their ability. If one does not recognise the Law, then the concept of “grace” is redundant, since the “grace” provides for nothing. According to the Trinitarians, one does not need to perform at all, since “grace” is sufficient. Therefore, according to the Trinitarians, good works—works implic