Moral vs. Ceremonial Law

JW's believe like many other evangelical christians that the Moral and the Ceremonial laws are one and the same and that the law is done away. Note that the bible makes a clear difference between the two:

Ceremonial Law
Moral Law
Called the "law of Moses" (Luke 2:22)
Called the "law of Jehovah" (Isaiah 5:24)
Spoken by Moses (Lev. 1:1-3)
Spoken by God (Deut 4:12)
Called "law consisting in decrees" (Eph. 2:15)
Called "kingly royal law " (James 2:8)
Written by Moses (2 Chron. 35:12)
Written by God (Ex. 31:18)
In a Book (Deut 31:24)
On Stone (Ex. 31:18, Deut. 10:34)
Placed at the side of the Ark (Deut. 31:26)
Placed inside the Ark (Ex. 40:20;Deut. 10:1-5)
Ended at the Cross ( Eph 2:15)
Will stand forever (Luke 16:17)
Prescribes offerings for sins (See book of Leviticus) 
Points out sin (Rom. 7:7;3:20)
Added to and built up( Lev 1:1-3;4:1-3)
Complete (Deut. 5:22)
Temporary (Heb. 7:12)
Eternal (Psalms 111:7,8)
Against us ( Col. 2:14)
Not burdensom (1 John 5:3)
Contrary, not good (Col. 2:14)
Holy, just and good (Rom. 7:12)
Points to Savior (Lev. 4:27-31; John 1:29)
Points out sin (1 John 3:4; Rom. 7:7)
Judges no one (Col. 2:14-16,17)
Judges all people (James 2:10-12)
Carnal (Heb. 7:16)
Spiritual (Rom. 7:14,19)
Must not keep (Acts 15:24)
Must not break (Matt. 5:19)
Yoke of bondage (Gal. 5:1)
Law of liberty (James 2:11)
Made nothing perfect (Heb. 7:19)
Perfect (Psalms 19:7)
A burden (Acts 5:10)
Delight (Psalms 119:17,77)
Christ abolished (Eph. 2:1)
Christ magnified (Isa. 42:21)
A 'Whole' law not to be kept by Christians (Gal. 5:1-3)
A 'Whole' law to be kept by christians (James 2:10-12)