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Also, you're thinking of 2 Timothy 3:16-17, for future reference.
'All Scripture is God-breathed and profitable for teaching. For conviction, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, fully equipped for every good work.'
When you take into consideration the possibility that the Old Testament is a sort of 'metaphorical mirror' of our lives today (a view I take), it still makes sense, even without the Old Testament laws being obeyed.
And fulfill them, he did! The Pharisees couldn't convict him of anything because he hadn't broken any of their laws. However, it was not Jesus' birth or teachings that changed things (as many Christians claim), it was his death. After he died, the laws of the Old were replaced with the laws of the New.
I don't know where you get your sources from, but the VAST majority of Christians don't follow the Old Testament at all, and many of those who do only study it to find metaphors for New Testament Christians (I'm part of this group).
And Catholics? You mean the people who said Jesus died on chocolate egg-laying rabbit day, better known as Ishtar? The ones who mercilessly slaughtered the followers of Luther because they prevented the Catholics from making money? The ones who still claim that Latin is the Holy language, despite it never being mentioned in the Bible? I don't take a word they say seriously.
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