Hey,Thank you for all those points,you were able to answer the question I asked SP,based on your knowledge of Sriptures.<quoted text>
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........Q: In Mt 5:17 and Acts 10:10-16, since Jesus said he would not abolish anything in the law, why donít Christians follow the Old Testament dietary laws like Muslims allegedly do?
A: While neither Christians nor Muslims keep the Old Testament dietary laws, Christians do not because they listen to Jesus. Five points to consider in the answer.
At this time, Jesusí followers obeyed the Old Testament dietary laws. Jesus actually said that not one jot or tittle would pass away until all is accomplished.
The fact of Jesusí resurrection fundamentally changed the way God dealt with His children. An angel informed Peter, Jesusí apostle, that God had made all food clean in Acts 10:9-16. Note it does not say these animals were always clean, but rather that God had made them clean.
Even Muslims who bring up this objection, themselves have to agree that some the Old Testament dietary laws are not to be followed. Muslims feel they can eat camel meat (and Mohammed did so), yet Leviticus 11:3-8; Deuteronomy 14:6-8 prohibit eating them.
Listen to Jesus in Matthew 15:10,17-20 and Mark 7:14-15. Jesus said it is what comes out of a man that makes him unclean, not what goes in. Mark 7:19 shows that by this Jesus declared all foods clean. If we call Jesus a prophet, we should listen to His words.
A voice from heaven commanded Peter to eat in Acts 10:10-16, showing him that the dietary laws were only in effect until Jesusí sacrifice, not after. We should obey the voice of Godís angel and Jesusí apostle.
In conclusion, we should not ignore what Godís prophets said, but listen to them
He claims to know the Bible better than we, who try to lead our lives,according to it's teachings.
Let us see how he responds,based on HIS knowledge of Scriptures.
Let us see if he quotes Jesus as one of his sources to validate his response.After all,If Jesus says it,it has to be true,according to SP.
Although,he totally misinterpreted the meaning of the Scripture he quoted,so Jesus would have had to correct him.