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Originally posted by Cyberboiraves
reply to post by tinfoilman
I will reply with I dnt really care with what that book says. It would be nice if people didnt taint what I am sure it was intended to teach but at this point its a joke. And what I put in my mouth is not foul if you must know...lol..I have standards..lol. Excuse me mods if this was over the top..
Originally posted by SkyLiner
God loves us, and doesn't want to keep anything that is good from us...
The clean/unclean designations, (given first to Noah), are in place to protect us.
Just because something is tasty, don't mean it's healthy.
Christ's death on the cross and subsequent resurrection, didn't magically make unhealthy food good for us.
Originally posted by crankyoldman
The question people rarely ask is why you shouldn't eat pork. The most often given answer to those who do answer the question is "it is dirty" but of course with billions eating it that notion makes little to no sense and there are far dirtier things we eat regular - fast food anyone?
The reason for not eating it is that the pig contains human DNA. Those in the know were told not to eat it for that reason - eating one's own is frowned upon in a developed society. Over time that little fact was pushed away for obvious reasons, but the original reason was DNA issues and the possible contamination of the race of beings who were consuming it - fear the DNA would alter the human DNA in ways that could not be controlled.
Ever wonder why the pig is used in experiments concerning human organ replacement?
Originally posted by Sahabi
Christians eat pork because they are not Christians at all. They are in fact Paulians!!!
These Paulians allow the words, ideas, and 'visions' of Saul of Tarsus (Apostle Paul) to supercede the words of Lord God and Jesus Christ.
edit on 12/6/11 by Sahabi because: (no reason given)