threequartersup asked: I had a friend tell me that when Jesus said the law of the OT isn't invalidated by the NT, and he said "until all is fulfilled", he was referring to until after his crucifixion. Is there any support for this?
Yes, that’s the generally accepted excuse. But the fact that Jesus fulfilled the law by dying for our sins, doesn’t mean that it is okay to break the Old Testament Law. In fact, it is still a sin to do those things, we just don’t have to sacrifice animals for God to forgive us.