As we also know, years later Saul becomes Paul and goes forth preaching as Jesus Christ instructed Him via his vision on the road to Damascus as well as under the tutelage of the Apostles thereafter. That being the case; if the Law of God was abolished on Calvary, why does Paul say in Romans 7:12 that "Wherefore the law is holy, and the commandment holy, and just, and good."
One would think that if the Law of God was abolished Paul would have mentioned it. Better yet, if it was abolished, Jesus Himself while visiting Paul on the road to Damascus would have intimated as such or at the very least would have sent His Holy Spirit to the apostles who taught Paul before he went forth to preach. But what does Paul think of the Law after meeting Jesus on that road and then being taught by His apostles? Paul says in Romans 7:22, "For I delight in the law of God after the inward man:"