Food and the New Testament

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Part of the ‘Torah in the New Testament’ Study Series

One DVD

What about Peter’s vision in Acts 10? Was Peter being told that he could now eat anything he wanted? What was the meaning of the vision? Did Paul instruct Timothy (in 1 Timothy 4:1-5) that we can eat anything we want as long as we ‘bless’ the food before?

This DVD will explain the answers to such questions as What does the Bible define as food? What about Peter’s vision in Acts 10? Was Peter being told that he could now eat anything he wanted? What was the meaning of the vision? What about Acts 15? The four necessary things commanded to be observed by non-Jews (Acts 15:20) included abstaining from “things strangled”. Does this have anything to do with what we eat? Did Paul instruct Timothy (in 1 Timothy 4:1-5) that we can eat anything we want as long as we ‘bless’ the food before we eat it?

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Weight 75 g

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