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Did God Allow Noah To Eat Meat?

The passage of Genesis 9:2-4 was the subject of great debate and controversy. After years of study and research and virtually leaving no stone unturned on the subject, to date I have not read a commentary on the passage which is worthy of a serious consideration. Generally it is argued that here we have the first biblical passage where God explicitly told Noah that he may kill any animal he wanted to in order to eat its flesh. Even vegetarians who abhor meat eating and who practice vegetarianism on ethical grounds admit that here we are faced with a biblical text which clearly sanctions the killing of animals and eating of their flesh. All they can say is that due to the fallen and corrupt nature of humanity God gave a “concession” concerning meat diet but it was not His ideal as in Genesis 1:30 where God ideally prescribed a completely vegetarian diet. But nothing can be further from the truth.
 

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Did Jesus Eat Fish?

 There is only one passage in the whole of the New Testament where it is explicitly and specifically said that Jesus actually ate meat. If this text is true and genuine and in fact inspired by the Holy Spirit, then it would follow that Jesus was not and could not have been a vegetarian. But if on the other hand it can be satisfactorily demonstrated that this passage in Luke 24 is actually a forgery, then it follows that Jesus must have been a vegetarian, since a lying hand felt a need to insert a lying passage in order to portray Jesus as a carnivorous being.

I have created this Web site in order to promote biblical vegetarianism and ethical treatment of animals. Many lies have been told in the name of God, Yahweh and Jesus. Some of these lies are exposed in my articles on this Web site. I do not ask you to blindly accept my views. I do not ask you to even agree with my views. I merely ask you to read some of these articles with an open and unbiased mind and then to draw your own conclusions. I do not claim to be a bigshot or to have all the answers. But what I know I am willing to share with the world in hope that this alternative theology will at least partially lift the veil of deception from eyes of those who sincerely want to know the Truth. May the Most High bless your understanding as you seek His perfect will.

JOHN VUJICIC