I don't. I do believe that the people involved in the writing of the same were writing what they imagined to be the truth (even if the "Truth" needed a little editing and since I'm doing the writing this is why I thought it went down (or should have gone down like)) and that it is an interesting study and perhaps points to real events which may have happened, but have been highly edited either intentionally or unintentionally.
If as Isaiah said in speaking what he imagined Jehovahs was saying when he "said" "I'm teaching you to benefit yourselves.", then we are making objective, verifiable claims about what manner of living produces the greatest health, wealth and happiness for humans.
I don't think observations about pork, wearing clothes of different threads or "being nice" are really worthy of anything other than anthropological and sociological investigation.
The scientific method and the evidence-based mathematical analyses of data available today provide a finer-grained utility than the cultural-religious-philosophy of the people who wrote the bible.