There is a strange view of wanting to bind the country to Biblical law. There is no precedence for this. “The Constitution” makes a clear separation between church and state.
Also, the laws in the “The Bible” are meant to apply to Jews living in the land of Israel. If you are not a Jew living in the land of Israel, the law does not apply.
If we want to delve deep, I doubt many Evangelical Christians would want to clear their house of all leavened grain products before Passover. They would also have to clear their house of rice as well, since it leavens via water. They would have to refrain from eating grain products for 7-8 days.
Then there is Yom Kippur. Would Evangelical Christians choose to not eat or drink anything for the entirety of the day? I doubt they would.
There is also other festivals, such as Sukkot, which requires you to live in a tent like structure for 7-8 days.
These are all in “The Torah.” The purpose of these festivals was to remember deliverance from Egypt.
Indeed, much of the Laws in “The Torah” are laws concerning sacrifice. The laws concern the Priestly cult.The laws concern what sacrifice to bring for intentional or unintentional sin.
Oh, and another thing. If you want to be really strict, you can say goodby to your precious cheeseburger. You can say goodby to serving any milk with meat. You can also say goodbye to lobster, crab and shrimp to. This is very commonplace in Orthodox Jewish societies.
Also, you can say goodby to operating your car on Sunday. You will also have to heat all your meals before your Sabbath starts. You will have to light all your lights before it starts as well. Oh, by the by, you cannot travel very far on that day either. This is why Orthodox Jews live within walking distance from a Synagogue.
So, good luck not doing any manner of work that day.
“The Torah” also lists different land allotments in Israel to different tribes of Israel. This is another proof the laws in “The Torah” are meant to apply to the tribes of Israel.
Now, no one will kill you for not following all these today. At the strictest, you will be given Karet. Karet was interpreted as spiritual death by the Rabbis because they really did not want to physically kill anyone.
Indeed, there is at most 2 cases in all of the history of ancient Israel and the Jewish courts where they actually carried out the death penalty.
So, think long and hard at your continued attempts at attempting to implement this.