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Bible Verses About Eating Pork In The New Testament

Bible Verses About Eating Pork In The New Testament

In the time before Jesus, God told Moses to let the Jews know that pigs were not kosher. When Jesus came, God made everything kosher.

New Testament Bible verses about eating pork

The New Testament Bible verse about eating pork is found in 1 Corinthians 8:7, which says: “For the kingdom of God is not food and drink but righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.”

In addition to this verse, Jesus himself said that whatever you eat and drink, do it to the glory of God. He also said that nothing that goes into a man from the outside can make him unclean (Mark 7:15-20).

Bible Verses About Eating Pork In The New Testament

In Leviticus 11:7-8, the Bible states that pork is unclean and should not be consumed. The book of Deuteronomy 14:8-9 says the same thing. Also, Isaiah 65:2 says that God will never cleanse his people from their uncleanness if they continue eating pork and other unclean meats.

Other verses in the New Testament tell us what we can eat as Christians today and they include Matthew 15:11 which says, “It is not what goes into a man’s mouth that makes him ‘unclean,’ but what comes out of it.” This means that even though pork isn’t technically prohibited in the New Testament anymore (more on this later), it’s still considered an unhealthy food choice by many Christians because of its association with gluttony and gluttony is considered a sin in Christianity.

Mark 7:15 also makes reference to how some foods are “unclean” while others are “clean.” And finally 1 Corinthians 8:8-9 states that we are free from following Jewish traditions concerning food when it comes to our relationships with God; however, there may still be some who feel strongly about avoiding certain types of meat for religious reasons even if those reasons are not based on Scripture alone…

In the time before Jesus, God told Moses to let the Jews know that pigs were not kosher. When Jesus came, God made everything kosher.

The New Testament is mostly about Jesus, but it also has plenty of advice for followers of other religions. If you’re Jewish and want to know what the Bible says about eating pork, this article will help you out.

You might have heard that pork isn’t kosher or halal. Those are both different names for food preparation rules used by different religions. Some people use those words when they talk about what they think God wants them to eat—and others use them when they talk about their own dietary restrictions (or choices).

In the time before Jesus came, God told Moses: “Let my people go!” In other words, he told him to let the Jews know that pigs were not kosher.*

The scriptures are clear that God made all animals to be meat for us. The only reason why some people think eating pork is bad is because of tradition, but God has given us a new way of thinking and living.

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