Another misconception of Paul which is similar to Misconception close above is at Galatians 4:8, many modern Christians look at the verse through the twisted western gentile view they have been taught to use and say Paul is telling people to not observe the commandments from YAH of keeping certain days, months, times, and years. Obviously that is great blasphemy, and Paul would be a false teacher. Here is the verse;
Galatians 4:8 "However, then, when you did not know Elohim, you did service to them which by nature are not elohim. But now, after that you have known Elohim, or rather are known of Elohim, how turn you again to the weak and beggarly elements, whereunto you desire again to be in bondage? You observe days, and months, and times, and years. I am afraid I may have labored over you in vain"
Paul is talking to Pagan Gentiles, Galatians is a letter to the Galatians, if they go back to an old way and ignore Paul's wisdom then they're not going back to the Law of YAH, their going back to another law of the false elohim and men.
Modern Christians take it that Paul was getting frustrated at people for keeping the festivals of YHWH, that makes no sense in any way especially since Paul himself kept the festivals(Acts 18:21), why would he do something and then get mad at others for doing what he was doing?
If you read the context you can clearly see Paul is talking about the Pagan days months times and years, Paul was getting upset because the people he was spending his time on and teaching about YHWH was apparently some still keeping the pagan traditions of their society, much like modern Christians keep "halloween", "christmas", "easter", and other pagan times and festivals.
This is a rebuke to Paganism, not the Eternal and perfect Law of YHWH.