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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.

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The adherents of Rabbinical Judaism and those of Normative Christianity, believe that every command in the Jewish Pentateuch is fully inspired and that all commandments were originally given by God. They also believe that the Jewish race is a “super race,” while all other breeds are inferior. Consequently, most rabbis of Judaism and preachers of the Christian Church maintain that the Israelites had a “divine” right to exploit all other peoples and races - including those who voluntarily elected to settle in their land. The Jewish Talmud boldly maintains that the Jews had and still have the “divine” right to exploit all other breeds and even strangers or foreigners who live in their land. People who are not of the Jewish stock are referred to as “goyim” - a plural of “goy.” In a biblical sense the word is applied to all peoples, including the Jews [Genesis 10].  In a rabbinical sense however, the word is applied only to those who are not of the Jewish stock. According to Orthodox Judaism, anyone who is not born of a Jewish mother is a “goy.” When Talmudic rabbis use the word “goy,” they do so with scorn and prejudice - implying dirt and filthiness. In their eyes “goyim” are not human beings but rather beasts. The Jewish Talmud, in commentary on Deuteronomy 7:6 explicitly and without reservation makes the following remark:


“You [Jews] are human beings, but the nations of the world are not human beings but beasts” [Baba Mecia, 114:6].


Talmud also makes the following remark:


“On the house of the Goy one looks as on the fold of cattle” [Tosefta, Erubin, VIII].


Talmud also explicitly states that the property of all other peoples belongs to the Jewish nation and that Jews are not required to observe principles of morality when “goyim” are concerned.

Please note the following remark:


“All property of other nations belongs to the Jewish nation, which consequently is entitled to seize upon it without any scruples. An orthodox Jew is not bound to observe principles of morality towards people of other nations, and on the contrary, he even ought to act against morality, if it were profitable for himself or for the interest of Jews in general” [Schulchan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszpat, 348].


Talmud also makes plain that “goyim” are forbidden to steal from either “goyim” or Jews. They are also forbidden to practice slavery or kill. The Jews on the other hand are free to do all of the above.

Please note the following Talmudic writings:


“A goy is forbidden to steal, rob, or take women slaves, etc., from a goy or from a Jew, but he [a Jew] is not forbidden to do all this to a goy…If a goy killed a goy or a Jew he is responsible, but if a Jew killed a goy he is not responsible” [Tosefta, Aboda Zara, VIII, 5].


Those who wrote the Talmud were racists and bigots. Their teachings are horrible. The rabbis and Jewish sages regarded all other peoples as beasts and cattle. They deprived them of justice and all human dignity. For this very reason they sternly forbade any Jew to disclose the contents of the Talmud and the Pentateuch to any person who was not a Jew. In fact, the Talmud explicitly states that any Jew who helps a “goy” in Talmudic studies ought to die.

Please note the following references:


“To communicate to a goy about our religious relations would be equal to the killing of all the Jews, for if the goys knew what we teach about them, they would kill us openly” [Book of Libre David, 37].


“It is forbidden to disclose the secrets of the Law. He who would do it would be as guilty as if he destroyed the whole world” [Jaktu Chadasz, 171:2].


“If a Jew be called to explain any part of the rabbinic books, he only ought to give a false explanation, that he might not, by behaving differently, become an accomplice in betraying this information. Who will violate this order shall be put to death” [Ibid].


“It is forbidden to disclose the secrets of the Law. One should and must make false oaths, when the goys ask if our books contain anything against them. Then we are bound to state on oath that there is nothing like that” [Szaalot-Utszabot, The Book of Jore d’a, 17].


“Every goy who studies Talmud, and every Jew who helps him in it, ought to die” [Sanhedryn 59 a. Aboda Zora 8:6. Szagiga 13].


Even in modern times this bigotry is expressed by prominent Jews. Rabbi Emmanuel Rabbinovich said:


"Our race will take its rightful place in the world, with every Jew a king and every Gentile a slave" [Common Sense, January 12, 1952].


Rabbi Meir Kahane, told CBS News that his teaching that Arabs are "dogs" is derived "from the Talmud." (CBS 60 Minutes, "Kahane").


Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg declared:


"We have to recognize that Jewish blood and the blood of a goy are not the same thing." (NY Times, June 6, 1989, p.5).

Rabbi Yaacov Perrin said:


 "One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail." (NY Daily News, Feb. 28, 1994, p.6).


Former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin stated:


"The Palestinians are beasts walking on two legs" [New Statesman, June 25, 1982].


The eighth president of Israel, the Iranian born, Moshe Katsave stated:


"There is a huge gap between us and our enemies. They do not belong to our continent, our world, but actually belong to a different galaxy" [The Jerusalem Post, May 10, 2001].


A similar teaching is also found in the Jewish Pentateuch and rest of the Bible. In fact, the Talmudic teachings concerning “goyim” and foreigners who live in the land of Israel are based, in principal, on certain passages of the Bible. These passages are recognised as inspired and authentic by virtually all adherents of Rabbinical Judaism and those of Normative Christianity. I will first of all point out some of these horrible writings found in the Jewish Pentateuch and rest of the Bible, which clearly vindicate the rabbinical attitude towards the non-Jews. Then I will point out the texts of the same Jewish Pentateuch and the rest of the Bible, which clearly teach and present alternative view - the view embraced by all true prophets of God - and later, by Jesus and his immediate disciples and followers. I urge you not to jump to any conclusions but to rather read and study these texts very carefully - because there is a great surprise in store for all those who believe in the infallibility and inspiration of the whole Bible.

Deuteronomy 7:6 states:


“For you are a holy people to Yahweh your Elohim; Yahweh your Elohim has chosen you to be a people for himself, a special treasure above all the peoples on the face of the earth.”


This text very plainly states that the nation of Israel is a super race while all other peoples of the earth are inferior. In Deuteronomy 14:21 we find this remark:


“You shall not eat anything that dies of itself; you may give it to the stranger who is within your gates, that he may eat it, or you may sell it to a foreigner; for you are a holy people to Yahweh your Elohim.”


This text claims that the Jews and the other tribes of Israel are holy and therefore they should not eat anything filthy and abominable. They may sell the filthy flesh to other peoples or give it to the strangers who live in their land. The text clearly discriminates between the native born Israelites and other peoples and strangers who live in the land of Israel. We shall see later that other true and inspired writings of the Pentateuch give alternative instructions which are based on equality and justice. In Deuteronomy 23:19-20 we find the following remark:


“You shall not charge interest to your brother - interest on money or food or anything that is lent out at interest. To a foreigner you may charge interest, but to your brother you shall not charge interest.”


Again we see a clear discrimination between native born Israelites and strangers who live in their land. This text allows exploitation of strangers or other peoples, but forbids the same only among the Israelites. Later we shall see that this text is not and cannot be authentic, because other texts of the Bible clearly reveal that the strangers in the land of Israel were equal to the native born Israelites, and both were bound by one and the same Law.


Deuteronomy 20 gives specific instructions concerning warfare. The Israelites were allowed to wage war against any nation they pleased. The nations which bordered their land they were to completely annihilate and obliterate from the face of the earth. The distant nations they were allowed to fight and conquer. Before attacking the nation however, they were first of all to offer terms for peace. If the nation they wanted to conquer accepted the terms, they were not to be killed. The nation or nations were to be the servants and tributaries of Israel. If however the nation refused to accept the terms of the Israelites and engaged itself in war against Israel, upon its defeat, all adult males should be killed while all the women, children and the livestock should be property of the Israelites.



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