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Discussion in 'Christian Philosophy & Ethics' started by treefencecar, Dec 1, 2016.

  1. FredVB

    FredVB Regular Member

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    It is from the Greek of the new testament, it is in the Textus Receptus. I think a Greek/English interlinear new testament you would look at would show that. The Greek shows it, οἱ δὲ ἐπέδωκαν αὐτῷ ἰχθύος ὀπτοῦ μέρος καὶ ἀπὸ μελισσίου κηρίου,
    melissios is meaning a honeycomb, kerion a diminutive of that, so it was a portion of it.

    The points I made of what is permitted and Yahweh's compassion are being neglected, with scripture passages linked to unchecked. Once again I will say you are not permitted to have meat with blood not removed from it, and factory farms with the treatment of animals there is not permitted, do look at Proverbs 12:10.
     
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    I have said a plant-based diet is healthier, and as long as it is with variety of whole vegetable foods and eliminated processed foods, it certainly is. There is veganism for animals, which is good, and can be with godliness, that yet is with unhealthy vegan options, I am not meaning that as included in what I say is healthy. Forks Over Knives shows this, among a number of other things I could reference, but I don't want to overwhelm so that none of it is looked at. Forks Over Knives | Official Website

    There are problems with those animal sources of protein you mention, so they are not as good as vegan options, and you can still fully get the protein you need with other choices without pulses and nuts, as can be found through what I reference, and through many sources online, with none of it difficult to find, and enough to still be tasty and appealing. I personally know this change can effectively come after 50. So there is rationalization here
     
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