Brother, I'll be happy to clear up the confusion for you as to why the Bible does not condone cannibalism:
So, you see, it is the strict interpreter of Paul's words which claims he means "every creature that crawls across your plate" that advocates cannibalism, not those of us who understand that Paul is speaking of "every creature" that is "sanctified by the Word of God".
- Advocates, such as you, for the consumption of filthy, toxic, diseased, unclean meat such as pork and shellfish always appeal to Paul when he said "every creature" is not to be refused.
- To demonstrate that "every creature" does not mean "every creature that crawls across our plate", I challenge these advocates to consider that humans are creatures as well - which at this point they should be saying, "Whoa, we're not supposed to eat humans! What does Paul mean?"
- To those who accept the challenge to seek what Paul truly means, I simply point them to the context of Paul's words: It is every creature that is "sanctified (sanctified means set apart for particular use) by the Word of God" as an acceptable menu item in Leviticus - those that are clean - that Paul is referring to.
- As lagniappe, I share with them that Paul is speaking of the same religious system that the other prophets so often spoke of - an end time, unholy religious institution that forbids its priests to marry and commands its members to abstain from clean meat on certain days.
The justification of cannibals is a spurious argument . Though its original user I think had his tounge in his cheek .
Man is creature as a creation . But not one as an 'animal'