God was communicating with the people of the time, and teaching them how to live accordingly. Yet, “he” was also teaching them how to think clearly, and it is different for much of us these days.
For instance, we don’t do gift offerings anymore:
Leviticus 2:1 The Stone Edition When a person offers a meal-offering to HASHEM, his offering shall be of fine flour; he shall pour oil upon it and place frankincense upon it.
Nor, will we ever do sin-offerings ever again:
Leviticus 4:14 The Stone Edition when the sin regarding which they committed becomes known, the congregation shall offer a young bull as a sin-offering, and they shall bring it before the Tent of Meeting.
God will help us with animal protein, as we need it for our diet. Pork and shrimp is healthy, yet we don’t need many of the animals which are listed, including reptile or insect (Lev 11:1-47).
Deuteronomy 28:9 The Stone Edition HASHEM will confirm you for Himself as a holy people, as He swore to you – if you observe the commandments of HASHEM, your God, and you go in His ways.
Instead, it would be that God wants us to be nicer and to respect others, including animals. But, not for “him”, but for each other.
This one is viable, yet you don’t need to make it a binding commandment of such, but instead a guideline towards truth:
Leviticus 19:18 The Stone Edition You shall not take revenge and you shall not bear a grudge against the members your people; you shall love your fellow as yourself – I am HASHEM.
The reason is God knows the meaning of love, and there is no reason to hurt others.
However, some of the laws are unnecessary, like this one:
Leviticus 19:27 The Stone Edition You shall not round off the edge of your scalp and you shall not destroy the edge of your beard.
You can still be a modest person without a beard, and God will make everyone young again, and remove everyone’s face hairs.
There are marriage commandments listed as well, yet God says to those that want to get betrothed, it will become plural marriage in utopia. Also, divorce is permissible. No worries, as it will work out, as you two may end up getting hitched again.
Deuteronomy 7:3 The Stone Edition You shall not intermarry with them; you shall not give your daughter to his son, and you shall not take his daughter for your son,
You don’t need to worry about that one, as you will be allowed to marry someone of a different race.
Slavery is forbidden, and God promised that all are to be treated fairly.
Leviticus 25:44 The Stone Edition Your slave or your maidservant whom you may own, from the gentiles who surround you, from among them you may purchase a slave or a maidservant.
I referred to slavery in the Koran, however that book isn’t from God. As with the tanakh (bible), God had a plan for all people, who had to learn in different ways.
We won’t need Yom Kippur or Rosh Hashanah, as mentioned in the commandments. The reason is because we will work out our wrongdoings. Also, we cannot offend God as hard as we try, yet only others, including animals.
Also, God says not to worry about Passover, because “he” doesn’t want subservience, but instead kindness and respect.
The commandments that deal with tithing will become like the current-day tax situation, with the well-to-do paying the bulk, and the modest salaried (“middle-class”) paying less. It may only be something like 15 to 7.5%, and there will be no military spending, nor weapons of destruction.
As for tattooing:
Leviticus 19:28 The Stone Edition You shall not make a cut in your flesh for the dead, and a tattoo shall you not place upon yourselves – I am HASHEM.
It doesn’t necessarily rest upon injection, so it can impair your thinking to let ink in your skin, and will sometimes rove to the bloodstream. Yet, God doesn’t judge, and knows people like it, but you probably won’t want the same image on your skin for the next 3000 years. Also, “he” says people can explore with body painting instead. So, “he” will remove all tattoos from people’s skin someday.
“He” isn’t telling me about earrings, however, although facial and body piercings may not exist.
Moreover, I’m temporarily refraining from writing for others on Shabbot (Exodus 20:10), but merely out of respect for those that observe.