It is often said that Jesus fulfilled the Jewish spring feasts when he first came and the expectation is that he will fulfill the fall feasts when we returns.
Also, that Jesus died at the time of Passover reinforces that he was at least understood as the perfect Passover Lamb. See: How does the Passover foreshadow the coming of Jesus as the Messiah?
However, it seems to me Jesus also fulfilled at least part of the Day of Atonement (in the Fall season) where one goat dies and the other receives the sins of all the people(Is. 53:6) and then it is led out of the city, away from the people, removing their sins far away.
Many people will often compare Christ to this scapegoat but I have yet to find any fuller treatment of how Yom Kippur was fulfilled in Christ's first earthly ministry rather than his second coming.
Are there any Protestant/Reformed, or older, writings that deal with Jesus fulfilling the prophetic nature of Passover and Yom Kippur? Either affirming or denying, but specifically speaking to the concept of "fulfillment" of the two feasts in Jesus' first coming.
This may include catholic works, particularly from the early church, prior to the Reformation as well.