I think the question is asking for a list of different opinions about what Christian groups think which aspects of the Mosaic Law are in force, meaning the original obligation and covenant is unchanged and therefore the original requirements are binding as they were in the original words communicated by God to Moses.
The Bible does not actually distinguish ...
Romans 14 answers the questions about eating, drinking, and days.
For indeed one judges a day to be above another day, but one judges every day alike. Let each be fully assured in their own mind. The one regarding the day regards it to the Lord, the one eating, eats to the Lord, for he gives thanks to God; and the one not eating, does not eat to the Lord ...
Therefore, no one is to act as your judge in regard to food and drink,
or in respect to a festival or a new moon, or a Sabbath day— things
which are only a shadow of what is to come; but the substance belongs
The answer is at Acts 15:28,29, but the context is important in order to understand why it answers your question.
The book of Acts chronicles the development of the early Christian congregations following the death of Jesus. The first-century Christian congregations comprised of some Jewish Christians (Jewish persons who had responded to Jesus' teaching and ...
Good question. I can only offer the perspective I know, though there are several different nuances. Basically, it works like this:
The OT contains civil, ceremonial, and moral law. Moral law is binding because God's character does not change, but civil and ceremonial laws were temporary and culturally situated. An argument against this perspective would be ...
There are many booklets and articles that discuss this subject in detail, such as:
God's Holy Day Plan: The Promise of Hope for All Mankind | United Church of God
The Holy Days: God's Master Plan | Living Church of God
My answer here is just a brief summary of the general ideas.
Genesis 2:3 says that "God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it&...