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|Then i apologise Emmaus. It was read out in church on Good Friday by a vicar i believed to be using the NJB? In that case i wonder which version he did use? I apologise for any confusion and thank you for pointing that out to me.|
|2||Unclean food for the Christian?||Lev 1:1||asken||105986|
Thank you Kalos for your reply to my question. I also note that you desire not to be drawn into a debate about what you believe and I honour that. You have come closest to answering my question. May i therefore seek further clarification? I too am not seeking to be justified in any way by law or legalism. I suppose the core of my question is - 'Why did God give rules to the Jews about not to eat e.g. pork or shellfish both of which are known to be unclean and contain parasites - but yet to the Christian it seems okay for them to eat? I (forgive the pun) don't want to make a meal of this but I ask 'Are we obeying God or disobeying God about such foods. Apart from been told not to call anything unclean that God has made clean I have not read anywhere where God has clearly and specifically rescinded his law about not eating unclean foods as in Leviticus. I seek only clarification and respect each believers understanding on this subject, I thank you for your patience and insight.
|3||A charge for the gospel?||Matt 10:8||asken||90896|
|Thank you mommapbs. Of course i agree with you. I too find it difficult to make a charge for anything where the message will be preached.|