Over the years, there have been many debates on what the Bible means. Whether we have souls, or just rot in the graves until judgement day, and are the "lost" sent to eternal torture or are they annihilated all over again ? Also is Saturday still the Sabbath, or was it changed to Sunday ? (The Bible doesn't mention any change). One who chooses Saturday should also consider something else, to be discoursed later.
A new debate is this "Sacred Name" business. These new joes claim that the name of the Messiah is NOT Jesus, but ,rather, Yahshua(h) or Yeshua, or YhwhHoshea or Zvivvlepoggua or Tsathoggua or whatever. Because the Hebrews so suppressed the name of their God, the exact pronounciation is now lost. The name Jesus is the Greek rendering.
Some joe named Traina argued that we must address the Messiah as Yahsuah and God as Yahweh when we pray to them. I felt that this person had a very small soul. Later, I found tracts by Jacob Meyer of Pennsylvania, who ran a sect "Assemblies of Yahweh". In a photo of him, he was at a desk writing,writing, writing. I also felt "what's with the beard ?". According to him, we are all obligated to keep all 613 commandments as listed by Moses Maimondes the Unenlightened. If Yahshuah did not abolish all but the familiar 10, then He did NOTHING.
According to Acts 15, the commandments ARE abolished. The ceremonial laws are "nailed to the cross". Included are food laws, dress laws, purity laws, the barbarism of ritual circumcision,sexual repression .... One law DOES make sense - burying an executed criminal the day of execution. Many murderers were ,in antique times, left hanging on the gallows until they rotted away and fell apart, as a warning & deterant to would-be criminals. I doubt if it was effectual, people will get into mischief anyhow, being just made that way.
There are many Bible passages that state that the Jewish Mosaic laws are invalid, abolished, and I will gladly provide such if asked.
I NEVER wear fringes or tassles on my clothes, I shave, I do not have symbols at my door (mentioned in Green Grow the Rushes O), nor do I wear a box on my head when praying (I stopped praying long ago, anyhow.). I also do NOT observe Jewish days of obligation. I even eat ham(spam, bacon,...) on the Sabbath, and on Yom Kippur. I also eat ham on Ramadan.
The Saturday keepers also tend to be no-soulers and won't eat ham. Think.