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One common question among new believers, and even old believers wanting to draw nearer to God, is the following: Are Christians required to follow a specific diet in order to be saved. Generally, the answer is no. God does not require you to follow rules you do not know about, but once you know about them, you should follow them to the best of your ability. If we look at some verses in the Bible, three options emerge for a Christian diet, one option is a vegan diet (like Daniel and Eden), another a kosher diet which includes animal products (Mosiac Law), and a third allows us to eat anything, including pork and birds of prey (God’s Grace). We will examine some Bible verses that are commonly used to support each of these theories and try to determine which theory is according to God’s will.

Vegan(God's Design)Kosher(Mosiac Law)Anything(God's Grace)
Genesis 1:29Genesis 2:16Genesis 9:4Exodus 16:21Exodus 20:13Leviticus 3:17Leviticus 17:10Numbers 6:6Deuteronomy 5:17Proverbs 12:10Isaiah 65:25Isaiah 66:3Isaiah 66:17Ezekiel 4:9-14Daniel 1:8-12Acts 15:291 Corinthians 8:13LeviticusActs 10:10-281 Timothy 4:4-5

References

The Nazarene Way – Biblical Vegetarianism
Christian Vegetarian Association
Jesus Veg
Jewish Veg

Yahoo! Answers – Pro Vegetarian Bible Quotes?

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