They were born into a Christian family and followed the faith.<quoted text>
Yes, I did get you and another person mixed up, but you say that your spouse was a christian? Can you tell me when and how they became a christian?
You can believe that, but you'd be incorrect.I know alittle about Jewish law, and still believe it is impossible to do all laws at all times.
Doesn't matter once its out of the home. Its waste at that point. Kashrut laws are about EATING the food, not throwing it away.I realize some have two sinks in their kitchen, becouse of mixing milk and blood, but they do realize, that undernieth their house the two sewer pipes combine don't they?
Two sinks are not for meat and dairy BTW. That's just for convenience.
There ARE those like my grandparents who actually had two kitchens.
In the ultra orthodox tradtions, yes, that happens - but its because many of the people that prepare the food are not Jewish and not expected to know the laws, not becuase they're women. It happened in my mom's nursing home too.My sister was a health inspector once, and went to an all Jewish nursing home, where she was looking at the kitchen. She said, that the women could do nothing untill the men came and layed out all of their pots and pans and utencils, that they were to use.
I think that's a Christian thing. We eat meat on Friday.I know something about not eating meat on fri?
Someone was pulling your leg. Fish has NEVER been "meat".I heard that is why so many have fish on fri, becouse many years ago some high up jewish guy said that fish was no longer considered meat.:)
Sorry, I dont have a clue what you mean here.As far as cain and abel, have you not read the story?
Was God pleased with cain's offering? No
Was He pleased with Abel's offering? Yes
Abel offered up a lamb, without spot or blimish.
about 4000 years later God offered up a perfect lamb, without spot or blimish -Jesus Christ.
LOL Nah, only when I see the same thing spelled wrong a LOT. I'm a creative speller m'self, but I do try to learn the right ways when its pointed out, I dont have a problem with it. I always say I SELL books, I dont write 'em. I meant no offence!Sorry about my spelling, if that is your pet peeve, then you will have a field day with me :)