I'm not sure if this is quite what you're looking for, but I don't know if 'banning' is the word I would use. I would say that the new life in Christ brings with it a new Law that supersedes the old Law, so much so that the practice of the old Law becomes a violation. The law is perfect, converting the soul and the law is Holy. And yet part of this Law is the stoning of those caught in adultery (Leviticus 20:10). Is the law sin? Absolutely not! The Law is Holy Justice! But then Jesus arrives on this very scene in John 8 and stops a lawful penalty from being carried out with these words: “He who is without sin among you, let him throw a stone at her first.” Thereby disqualifying any sinner from enacting the work of the Law by commandment. And He Himself, the only one present who fit the sinless criteria He had just laid out, refused to condemn her either. This is because the call of Grace and Righteousness is of greater weight than the Law of Sin and Penalty. Or to put it another way "Mercy Triumphs over Judgment" As disciples of the Lord Jesus, we now learn from Him to follow what Paul refers to as the Law of Faith in Romans 3:27, Or the Law of the Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus in Romans 8:2, or the Law of Christ in Galatians 6:2, or what James calls the Law of Liberty in James 1:25 and 2:12 With regard to Laws, our righteousness is to exceed normal human limitations so much that most practice of the law would be desperately unproductive. In life of Christ which pertains to Righteousness, even a harsh word is accounted for like murder and a desiring glance at another man's wife is accounted like adultery. In Deuteronomy 6:13 the people are told that they must swear by the name of the Lord, but Jesus says that this practice offends the simple honesty required by the new life. Not banned, but required to grow past the law. There are even more strict requirements to live by in the new life, because our hearts are required to be soft, and not hard. The commandment of the Law of Moses made allowances for hardness of heart (divorce) but the Law of Christ makes no such allowance. It is hard to prove that women in the OT were required any specific headwear or hair length, but in the new life the truths of the heavenly hierarchy between God, Man, and Women will now be shown by outward appearance, by command in the sight of the angels. Likewise the silence of women in the gathering is hard to see in the Law, but in the new life principles only just barely hinted at will now be practiced. There was no law saying that a woman must call her husband 'lord' but in the new life it becomes a standard to strive towards. The law is full of what one owes others in response to infractions or happenstance, the new life requires that we behave as if we really loved each other as much as we love ourselves. The new life in Christ demands that we be Righteous People who do just that. We realize that law is not enacted for the righteous (1 Timothy 1:9) The challenge for us is not to learn the Law in order to practice it, but to learn the Law so we may grow so far beyond it that merely practicing it would become a complete failure. Stoning an adulteress is a failure of Righteousness. Eye for an Eye is a failure of Mercy. Demanding any payment that the law prescribes is a failure of Grace. If you're tempted to obey a Law... first ask "Can I do better? Can I do ALOT better?"