Acts 15’s meeting of the Jerusalem council is often used to explain that Christians/non-Jews are not required to keep the law of God. But rather only a few commandments. That Jesus has come to fulfill the law so we don’t need to, and the laws given by God in the old testament are completely abolished; and if we are to keep them, we are to bring Jesus’ sacrifice to naught.
Was this the conclusion of the Apostles? If so, why were they giving commandments of Leviticus at the same meeting to gentiles, even “abolished” dietary laws? And why were they encouraging gentiles to attend synagogues where the law was taught?
Acts 15 is extremely misunderstood by many. I hope this brings clarity.