Then we are fairly well in agreement.Really? I don't know who would say of that.. I have learned a lot from you..
What do you mean by choose to follow Torah? I have seen you quoting NT verses.. At least that's what I remember..
The difference between milk and meat is commonly interpreted as the level of teaching.. I always look at this example.. We see Paul at some places writing do not indulge in sexual immorality.. And he will go on quoting what exactly they are.. That is milk.. That is, teaching black and white.. The same thing is also written as offer yourselves as a sacrifice to God.. This is meat.. It covers the nutrition provided by milk.. But takes the understanding to a different level.. I hope I am conveying my thoughts clearly..
What I sarcastically mentioned as digestion problems is heresy and false doctrines.. If we are not prepared, then the meat could be misinterpreted and end up in heresies and false doctrines..
Also, wondering why there was a law to not mix meat and milk.. Got reminded of this while we are talking about milk and meat I know there is a prohibition.. But anyone knows why?
Were you called as legalist?Then we are fairly well in agreement.
Regarding your question about my following Torah, I simply do what Torah says as much as can be done without the Temple. That's it. I believe all of the Bible and believe it all should be obeyed as much as possible -- that's all.
I found your digestion statements to be interesting and relevant....
I think you mean "dairy". No, but mixing milk with meat or sugars creates a broth that bacteria thrive on, and thus cannot be left around for long. Think of custard, if not eaten promptly, it becomes a guaranteed source of botulism.So is it really bad to eat diary stuff after eating meat?
There is no such biblical mandate, but some believe this simply because of the Torah instruction not to cook a kid in its mother's milk.Also, wondering why there was a law to not mix meat and milk.. Got reminded of this while we are talking about milk and meat I know there is a prohibition.. But anyone knows why?