[quote="Tx3bro, post:1, topic:310495"]
We don't stone gays like it says to and leviticus and what not,so does it still apply and if so to what extent?
No, the law of Moses does not apply to us (Christians) or anyone else (Jews). The law was set "because of transgressions, until the seed (Jesus Christ) would come to whom the promise had been made" (Galatians 3:19). Moses' covenant was therefore abrogated (Galatians 3-5). (Not to be confused with Abraham's covenant, which has been fulfilled (become the New Testament) (Romans 4, Galatians 3-5).)
Justin Martyr, Dialogue with Trypho, 11: "Now, law placed against law has abrogated that which is before it, and a covenant which comes after in like manner has put an end to the previous one."
Chrysostom, Homily on Romans, 6:12: "Yet surely Paul’s object everywhere is to annul this Law. And with much reason; for it was through a fear and a horror of this that the Jews obstinately opposed grace."
Homily on Galatians, 3: "And so while no one annuls a man’s covenant, the covenant of God after four hundred and thirty years is annulled; for if not that covenant but another instead of it bestows what is promised, then is it set aside, which is most unreasonable."