1: Is Leviticus and Deuteronomy still the Inspired Word of God?
You would think that the answer to this would be obvious. But, it naturally leads to the next question, "So, why don't we follow the instructions of Leviticus and Deuteronomy?" If man does not live by bread alone, but according to EVERY word that proceeds forth from the mouth of God, well, you can see that the answer can get a little complicated.
2: If “by the Law is the knowledge of sin” (Romans 3:20), and Jesus fulfilled the Law (Matthew 5:17), why do we teach against sin... or, did Jesus only fulfill part of the Law?
3: Is everyone who “confesses” that Christ has come in the flesh saved (1st John 4:2-3)... including Mormons, Muslims, Jehovah's Witnesses and Democrats?
4: What were the “customs of the fathers” that Paul so adamantly embraced in Acts 28:17, and if we are following Paul's example (Philippians 3:17) should we be embracing them too?
5: Why does Paul instruct us to “walk not as other gentiles, in the vanity of their mind” (Ephesians 4:17) as opposed to simply other people, and why does he describe himself as “Jews by nature, and not sinners of the gentiles” (Galatians 2:15)?
This by no means an exhaustive list of questions about what seem to be contradictions between what the Bible says and common Christian interpretation/practice. I could go on and on... but, that tends to just annoy people. Usually, they retort with a question of their own, offering a snippet of Text that suggests that the Old Testament faith, or the Jewishness of the Christian faith is invalid. But, when I am able to give them an answer,and I haven't found one yet that I wasn't able to answer, they get really mad.
I'm not trying to stir up trouble. Nothing would make me happier than to abandon the Hebraic context and join mainstream Christianity. But, the questions remain.