Christ is Savior of some, but Creator of all. So is it on the basis of Christ’s salvation or creation that he imposes his Law?
Idolatry is not merely immoral, it is foolish. When the Bible speaks of those who worship idols it not only describes them as morally wicked, but also stupid. This is because idols are stupid (dumb, blind, deaf, lifeless). And those who worship them will become like them.
There are at least three benefits possessed by Christians today that Old Testament saints did not have.
In 2 Kings 18:1-5, Hezekiah became king in Judah. During his rule, he tore down the high places erected to false gods and shattered all the idols. King Josiah did the same thing in 2 Chronicles 34:1-4. And in Acts 19:19, the people of Ephesus “who had practiced magic arts brought their books together and burned them in the sight of all.” …
In the end, there will be many who PROFESS Christ who do not actually POSSESS Christ.
Few have ever been born of nobility. Even fewer have been born princes. But only one was ever born a King. And at the moment of his birth, the kings of this world felt the threat of his political power.