Did Jesus adjust God's ancient laws of clean and unclean meats? The answer shouldn't be hard to find. It should be right there in the four gospels.
veryone is concerned about health these days. Hundreds ofbooks have been written on the subject, and yet people often neglect to consider what the best-selling book of all time has to say about healthful eating habits.In Leviticus, chapter 11, God detailed exactly which animals wereedible and which were not. He did so, not as an arbitrary test ofobedience, but for the benefit of His creation. God knew long beforemodern science that pork is bad for your heart. He knew that shellfish are the garbage-disposals of the sea and have their ownunique place in the food chain, separate from human consumption.[Lev. 11 talks about "Clean" and "Unclean". What exactly does theBible mean by "Clean" and "Unclean"?