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  1. Unclean Spirits Camels. Nevertheless, you are not to eat of these, among those which chew the cud, or among those which divide the hoof: the camel, for though it chews cud, it does not divide the hoof, it is unclean to you. More verses: 1 Samuel 30:17 1 Chronicles 5:21 Matthew 19:24 Matthew 23:24.

  2. God also lists birds and other flying creatures that are unclean for consumption (verses 13-19). He identifies carrion eaters and birds of prey as unclean, plus ostriches, storks, herons and bats. Birds such as chickens, turkeys and pheasants are not on the unclean list and therefore can be eaten.

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  4. The Bible goes on to say that the camel and rabbit are not acceptable to eat because they chew their cud, but don’t have split hooves. On the flip-side, pigs are also not acceptable to eat “having cloven hooves, yet does not chew the cud, is unclean to you” (Leviticus 11:7).

  5. All animals which do not have a split hoof and chew the cud “And every beast that parteth the hoof, and cleaveth the cleft into two claws, and cheweth the cud among the beasts, that ye shall eat” (Deuteronomy 14:6). B. All fish and water creatures that do not have both fins and scales.

    • Peter’s vision, Acts 10:9-16. Peter receives a vision from God where a large sheet with all kind of animals comes down from heaven (Acts 10:9-16). God tells him to “kill and eat”.
    • Common or unclean, Romans 14:14, Mark 7. Paul makes a statement that on the surface seems to flat-out say that no food is unclean for the Christian (Romans 14:14).
    • Meat sacrificed to idols, 1 Corinthians 10:23, Romans 14. A verse often taken out of context is 1 Corinthians 10:23. If you take just this verse, its potential reach has no limits.
    • Nothing to be refused, 1 Timothy 4:4. Another verse from Paul causes some confusion around this topic (1 Timothy 4:4). This verse too on the surface seems to clearly tell us that all creatures of God are good, nothing to be refused when received with thanksgiving.
  6. 3 you may eat any animal that has a split hoof completely divided and that chews the cud. 4 but of those that only chew the cud or only have a divided hoof, you are not to eat the following: the camel, though it chews the cud, does not have a divided hoof; it is unclean for you. 5 the rock badger, though it chews the cud, does not have a divided …

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