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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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Saturday, 24 November 2018 08:47

The Talmud teaches that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was a whore. That she had sex with a Roman soldier called Pandera. That she conceived Jesus during menstruation and that is why they call Jesus "son of niddah" meaning, son of menstrual filth [Sanhedrin 106a].

Jesus is called a dog, a sorcerer, Balaam, deceiver, idolater...In Sanhedrin 106 the author gloats over the fact that Jesus died at the age of 33:

"Hast thou heard how old Balaam [Jesus] was? He replied: It is not actually stated but since it is written, Bloody and deceitful men shall not live out half their days it follows that he was thirty-three or thirty-four years old."

Jesus fornicated with his jackass (a male donkey) [Sanhedrin 105ab].

Jesus is in hell being tormented in hot excrement [Gittin 57a].

In contrast, the Palestinian Muslims, and all the Koran observing Muslims, regard Mary as a chaste virgin who was chosen by Allah to give birth to Isa [Jesus]. They regard Jesus as a sinless Prophet and a Messiah. I will reprint from the Wikipedia what Islam teaches concerning Mary and Jesus:

Mary (Arabic: مريم‎, translit. Maryam), the mother of Jesus (Isa), holds a singularly exalted place in Islam as the only woman named in the Quran, which refers to her seventy times and explicitly identifies her as the greatest of all women,[2][3][4] stating, with reference to the angelic salutation during the annunciation, "O Mary, God has chosen you, and purified you; He has chosen you above all the women of creation."[5] In the Quran, her story is related in three Meccan chapters (19, 21, 23) and four Medinan chapters (3, 4, 5, 66), and the nineteenth chapter of the scripture, titled "Mary" (Surat Maryam), is named after her. The Quran refers to Mary more often than the New Testament.[6]

According to the Quran, divine grace surrounded Mary from birth,[7] and, as a young woman, she received a message from God through the archangel Gabriel that God had chosen her, purified her, and had preferred her above all "the women of the worlds."[7] This event, according to the same narrative, was followed by the annunciation of a child who was to be miraculously conceived by her through the intervention of the divine spirit while she was still virgin, whose name would be Jesus and who would be the "anointed one," the Promised Messiah.[7] As such, orthodox Islamic belief "has upheld the tenet of the virgin birth of Jesus,"[7] and although the classical Islamic thinkers never dwelt on the question of the perpetual virginity of Mary at any great length,[7] it was generally agreed in traditional Islam that Mary remained a virgin throughout her life, with the Quran's mention of Mary's purification “from the touch of men” implying perpetual virginity in the minds of many of the most prominent Islamic fathers.[8]

In Islam, ʿĪsā ibn Maryam (Arabic: عيسى بن مريم‎, lit. 'Jesus, son of Mary'), or Jesus, is understood to be the penultimate prophet and messenger of God (Allah) and al-Masih, the Arabic term for Messiah (Christ), sent to guide the Children of Israel with a new revelation: al-Injīl (Arabic for "the Gospel").[1][2][3] Jesus is believed to be a prophet who neither married nor had any children and is reflected as a significant figure, being found in the Quran in 93 verses with various titles attached such as "Son of Mary" and other relational terms, mentioned directly and indirectly, over 187 times.[2][4][5][6][6][7] He is thus the most mentioned person in the Quran by reference; 25 times by the name Isa, third-person 48 times, first-person 35 times, and the rest as titles and attributes.[note 1][note 2][8][note 3][9]

The Quran (central religious text of Islam) and most Hadith (testimonial reports) mention Jesus to have been born a "pure boy" (without sin) to Mary (Arabic: مريم‎, translit. Maryam) as the result of virginal conception, similar to the event of the Annunciation in Christianity.[2][10][11] In Islamic theology, Jesus is believed to have performed many miracles, several being mentioned in the Quran.[12] Over the centuries, Islamic writers have referenced other miracles like casting out demons, having borrowed from some heretical pre-Islamic sources, and from canonical sources as legends about Jesus were expanded.[13] Like all prophets in Islamic thought, Jesus is also called a Muslim, as he preached that his followers should adopt the "straight path". In Islamic eschatology, Jesus returns in a Second Coming to fight a False Messiah (Al-Masih ad-Dajjal) and establish peace on earth.

In Islam, Jesus is believed to have been the precursor to Muhammad, attributing the name Ahmad to someone who would follow him. Islam rejects the divinity of Jesus and teaches that Jesus was not God incarnate, nor the Son of God, and—according to some interpretations of the Quran—the crucifixion, death and resurrection is not believed to have occurred, and rather that God saved him.[14] Despite the earliest Muslim traditions and exegesis quoting somewhat conflicting reports regarding a death and its length, the mainstream Muslim belief is that Jesus did not physically die, but was instead raised alive to heaven. "[15][16]

Although the modern mainstream belief is that Jesus did not die but was taken to heaven alive, the Koran however, explicitly refers to his death. Koran is divided in chapters called Suras. In Sura 19:30 Isa [Jesus] says of himself the following:

"Peace be upon me the day I was born, the day I die and the day I rise from the dead."

In Sura 3:54 Allah says to Jesus:

"O Jesus, I will cause you to die, will lift you up to Me..."

The Palestinian Muslims, as do other Muslims, regard Mary, the mother of Jesus, as a pure virgin who alone was worthy to have her name in the Koran. They regard Jesus as a sinless Prophet and Messiah who is now in heaven and who will return at the end of the age to assist their Mahdi and to establish peace on Earth and get rid of all unbelievers and infidels.

On the other hand, the Pharisaic, Talmudic Jews, teach that Mary was a whore and that she conceived Jesus while menstruating. That Jesus is a dog, a sorcerer, who is in hell being tormented in hot excrement. Islam is much closer to Christianity than the Pharisaic Judaism. Yet the Christian Zionists endorse Judaism and the Zionist state, condemning the Palestinians and approving of the horrible atrocities committed against the Palestinians.

 

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