What is the “schoolmaster/tutor” a born-again believer no longer needs?
(A study of Galatians 3)

In Galatians 3:15-25 Paul presents the law as a schoolmaster or tutor to lead people to Jesus, and states that once faith has come then the tutor is no longer needed. This has traditionally been understood to refer to the Old and New Testament historical eras, that once Jesus came and people began to put faith in Him they no longer needed the law. Can this passage be understood experientially? If so, what are the implications?