Baptized Jews and converted pagans do not regard the Law and its fulfilment in Christ in the same way. In the case of the Jews, this fulfilment takes the form of a messianic halakha (way of life), which enables them to keep the commandments. In the case of the pagans, welcoming the fulfilment initiated by the Lord is nothing else but bringing into completion, in the spirit of the Gospel, the law of conscience. In other words, (according to the mind of the Apostles' decision recorded in Acts 15), the Noachide precepts. Adressed to both Jews and pagans, the «ten commandments» are thus double-edged.