OK, I am going to jump in here, not to argue, but just to answer some questions posed above. Nope, it really does not have anything much to do with McDougalling, but I am going to answer anyway
The Great Flood happened very early in Bible History, many hundreds of years before the Exodus, which was when the ceremonial, civil and religous laws were given to the Israelites.
It would take more time than I have to address all the texts you gave. I would just observe that there are many different times in history, personal situations, culture and contexts mentioned in this list. Without context and history one does not really understand the full meaning of what is written there. The women in Revelation are mentioned in a prophetic sense and are not literal at all, they are symbolic. A pure woman represents a pure church and the harlot represents an apostate church.
I too believe the laws are separated into moral, civil, and ceremonial,. God gave the moral law, the 10 Commandments on Sinai, amid thunder and lightning. He wrote it with His own finger on tablets of stone, not
just once but twice and placed inside the ark of the covenant, which was very sacred. These are the laws Jesus said were summed up in these two, To love the Lord with all ones heart, mind and soul, and then one's neighbor as oneself. These are the laws which God has promised He will write on our hearts.
The ceremonial laws were given by God to Moses, and written by Moses, in some sort of book and placed beside the ark. Those laws were to remind people of the remedy for sin, the coming sacrifice of Jesus so that all could have salvation. Each item in the sanctuary had great significance, as did everything else, from the animal sacrifices to the clothing of the high priest and more, And it was all a copy of the Sanctuary in Heaven according to Hebrews. Then the civil laws were given to govern their behavior toward each other. There is no text that spells it out just like this, but it is the only thing that makes sense. The ceremonial laws, pointing to the sacrifice and death of Jesus are the laws that were done away with or canceled, because they had been fulfilled. At the same time as Jesus died, the curtain dividing the Holy Place from the Most Holy Place in the Sanctuary was torn in half from top to bottom by an unseen hand, signifying to those with understanding that this system of sacrifices was at an end.
Civil laws change as civilizations change, but God's great moral law stands forever.
I did not give texts for all of this, as I am somewhat in a hurry and have much I need to get done today. If anyone wants a text for a specific idea, I will try to oblige.
I firmly believe God is love, and He gave His laws out of love for His people-all of whom are predestined for salvation if they will only accept it. : )