Are Christians bound by the Torah? If not, where in the Bible can I show that they are not?
Christians are not bound by the time-bound aspects of the Torah, e.g., those included in Exodus, Leviticus, and Deuteronomy, whereas they are bound by the timeless portions, e.g., the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20) and corollary teachings.
Regarding the Mosaic law in general, Jesus teaches that he has come not to abolish it but fulfill it. Yet Jesus distinguishes between the time-bound provisions, such as dietary disciplines which he fulfills by relinquishing them, and the immutable commandments and their corollary teachings, which he further strengthens (Matt. 5-7; 15:10-20, Mark 10:17-31; see Acts 10:9-16, 15:1-21).