. When Jesus fulfilled the Mosaic Law perfectly,
Fulfilled the law . . . fulfilled the law. I have heard my mother-in-law use this to dodge passages in the bible she disagrees with while, simultaneously, using that same bible to "prove" her point by quoting passages with which she is in complete accord.
What EXACTLY does "Fulfilled the law" mean to you. Which sins that were forbidden by the omniscient creator are no longer sins? Clearly Bacon Cheeseburgers are OK now but what about homosexuality? Has that sin been fulfilled? Adultery?
Which sins are now off the table and where, if you don't mind my asking, did Jesus state that fulfilling the law meant nullifying the law?