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Since: May 11

Weston super Mare

#1 Oct 26, 2012
...I had black pudding with my breakfast. Eggs and bacon too along with a yummy rasher of bacon.

But the black pudding was nice. Probably an aquired taste. Bit like a fried slice of haggis but with pig's blood incorporated for additional flavour. Simply fry or grill with a little oil oil to get it sizzling

Mmmm..
BUDGIE

UK

#2 Oct 26, 2012
Hi Mikronboy..it is interesting too that according to leviticus you can't eat the fat either.

"It is a statute to TIME INDEFINITE for your generations,
in all your dwelling places: You must NOT eat any FAT or
any blood at all."........ Lev 3: 17.

Why do JW's choose what part of the law they wish to obey,, IT says here in Gods word ,
NOT to eat FAT either, in the very same verse even......

They do not put the same emphasis on eating fat as the law of God states here.. this Law stands to Time indefinite..

They pick and choose as to which part of the law they wish to obey , why is not the same
emphasis laid on the eating of Fat... it's the same law, IF THEY BREAK THIS PART OF IT ,
THEY BREAK ALL OF IT,

They need to take this into consideration when they're tucking into a barbique or anything else that contains fat..

Since: Aug 09

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#3 Oct 26, 2012
BUDGIE wrote:
Hi Mikronboy..it is interesting too that according to leviticus you can't eat the fat either.
"It is a statute to TIME INDEFINITE for your generations,
in all your dwelling places: You must NOT eat any FAT or
any blood at all."........ Lev 3: 17.
Why do JW's choose what part of the law they wish to obey,, IT says here in Gods word ,
NOT to eat FAT either, in the very same verse even......
They do not put the same emphasis on eating fat as the law of God states here.. this Law stands to Time indefinite..
They pick and choose as to which part of the law they wish to obey , why is not the same
emphasis laid on the eating of Fat... it's the same law, IF THEY BREAK THIS PART OF IT ,
THEY BREAK ALL OF IT,
They need to take this into consideration when they're tucking into a barbique or anything else that contains fat..
What's even more interesting is that not eating fat it not repeated in the Christian Greek scriptures, but keeping away from blood is.
Spike

Boonton, NJ

#4 Oct 26, 2012
Mikronboy wrote:
...I had black pudding with my breakfast. Eggs and bacon too along with a yummy rasher of bacon.
But the black pudding was nice. Probably an aquired taste. Bit like a fried slice of haggis but with pig's blood incorporated for additional flavour. Simply fry or grill with a little oil oil to get it sizzling
Mmmm..
please, go to the elders immediately and get the help you need.
Wisconsin Rocks

Antigo, WI

#5 Oct 26, 2012
What is "Black pudding"?
Does not sound too good..
UNchained

Kingsport, TN

#6 Oct 26, 2012
Duh-boy wrote:
<quoted text>
What's even more interesting is that not eating fat it not repeated in the Christian Greek scriptures, but keeping away from blood is.
Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to accept parts of blood?

“Family comes First”

Since: May 11

Weston super Mare

#7 Oct 26, 2012
Wisconsin Rocks wrote:
What is "Black pudding"?
Does not sound too good..
>>>Black pudding in the United Kingdom is generally made from pork blood and a relatively high proportion of oatmeal. In the past it was occasionally flavoured with pennyroyal, differing from continental European versions in its relatively limited range of ingredients and reliance on oatmeal and barley instead of onions to absorb the blood.[3] It can be eaten uncooked, but is often grilled, fried or boiled in its skin.

In the United Kingdom, black pudding is considered a delicacy in the Black Country and the North West, especially in Lancashire, in particular the towns of Bury and Ramsbottom home of The World Black Pudding Throwing Championships, where it is sometimes boiled and served with malt vinegar out of paper wrapping.[4] Black puddings are also served sliced and fried or grilled as part of a traditional full breakfast throughout the UK and Ireland, a tradition which followed the emigrants around the world and is now part of the local cuisine in Australia, New Zealand, and the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. The further addition of the similar white pudding is an important feature of the traditional Northumbrian, Scottish, Irish and Newfoundland breakfast. Black and white pudding, as well as a third variant red pudding is served battered at chip shops in England and Scotland as an alternative to fish and chips.

While the phrase "blood sausage" in English is understood in Britain, it is never used unless in the context of depicting foreign usage or when describing similar blood-based sausages elsewhere in the world.<<<
Wisconsin Rocks

Antigo, WI

#8 Oct 26, 2012
Mikronboy wrote:
<quoted text>
>>>Black pudding in the United Kingdom is generally made from pork blood and a relatively high proportion of oatmeal. In the past it was occasionally flavoured with pennyroyal, differing from continental European versions in its relatively limited range of ingredients and reliance on oatmeal and barley instead of onions to absorb the blood.[3] It can be eaten uncooked, but is often grilled, fried or boiled in its skin.
In the United Kingdom, black pudding is considered a delicacy in the Black Country and the North West, especially in Lancashire, in particular the towns of Bury and Ramsbottom home of The World Black Pudding Throwing Championships, where it is sometimes boiled and served with malt vinegar out of paper wrapping.[4] Black puddings are also served sliced and fried or grilled as part of a traditional full breakfast throughout the UK and Ireland, a tradition which followed the emigrants around the world and is now part of the local cuisine in Australia, New Zealand, and the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. The further addition of the similar white pudding is an important feature of the traditional Northumbrian, Scottish, Irish and Newfoundland breakfast. Black and white pudding, as well as a third variant red pudding is served battered at chip shops in England and Scotland as an alternative to fish and chips.
While the phrase "blood sausage" in English is understood in Britain, it is never used unless in the context of depicting foreign usage or when describing similar blood-based sausages elsewhere in the world.<<<
Thank-you for explaining this, WOW, I never heard of this before?
Interesting...
Spike

Boonton, NJ

#9 Oct 26, 2012
Duh-boy wrote:
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What's even more interesting is that not eating fat it not repeated in the Christian Greek scriptures, but keeping away from blood is.
a no-brainer, because eating fat was not one of the guidelines a gentile living in israel had to abide by, eating blood was, go read leviticus 17/18 which is what that acts account is speaking of
BUDGIE

UK

#10 Oct 26, 2012
Duh-boy wrote:
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What's even more interesting is that not eating fat it not repeated in the Christian Greek scriptures, but keeping away from blood is.
What does "TIME INDEFINITE MEAN" Duh-boy??
BUDGIE

UK

#12 Oct 26, 2012
I wonder why Duh-boy don't want to answer this simple question...Lurkers note that Duh-boy cuts and runs at the slightest sign of the Watchtower Society being
confronted with any level of disagreement.

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#13 Oct 26, 2012
BUDGIE wrote:
<quoted text>What does "TIME INDEFINITE MEAN" Duh-boy??
You do realize that Jesus fulfilled that law right? If abstaining from fat is still required by Christians then then the Christian scriptures would have drived that point home. It does drive the point home to abstain from blood, so until more light is shed on the subject I will continue to abstain from blood the best way I know how. If God still wants us to stay away from fat, then trust me, it will come out. Your argument is null.

Since: Aug 09

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#14 Oct 26, 2012
BUDGIE wrote:
<quoted text>What does "TIME INDEFINITE MEAN" Duh-boy??
More info:

*** it-1 p. 813 Fat ***
Not incumbent on Christians. After the Flood, when permission was given to Noah and his family to add flesh to their diet, nothing was stated regarding fat.(Ge 9:3, 4) However, the eating of blood was prohibited. This was more than 850 years before the Law covenant, with its prohibitions against the eating of both blood and fat, was made with Israel. In the first century C.E. the governing body of the Christian congregation confirmed the prohibition against blood as remaining in force for Christians.(Ac 15:20, 28, 29) As in the case with Noah and his family, however, nothing was stated concerning the eating of fat by Christians. Thus, the law against eating fat was given only to the nation of Israel.
BUDGIE

UK

#15 Oct 26, 2012
WHAT ABOUT TIME INDEFINITE

TIME INDEFINITE is forever..

Of course, this response directly contradicts the Watchtower Society's interpretation of "time indefinite",
which is identical to "forever". For example, the 1985 Watchtower book "Life: How Did It Get Here:
By Evolution or by Creation?" said this:

"The Bible consistently notes that the earth will remain 'to time indefinite, or forever.'(Psalm 104:5)"
And of course we have the Psalms:
104:5 "You have rebuked nations, you have destroyed the wicked one. Their name you have
wiped out to time indefinite, even forever."

104:7 "As for Jehovah, he will sit to time indefinite, Firmly establishing his throne for judgment itself."

Once again we find that the Watchtower Society contradicts not only the Watchtower Society
but the Bible itself.

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#16 Oct 26, 2012
BUDGIE wrote:
WHAT ABOUT TIME INDEFINITE
TIME INDEFINITE is forever..
Of course, this response directly contradicts the Watchtower Society's interpretation of "time indefinite",
which is identical to "forever". For example, the 1985 Watchtower book "Life: How Did It Get Here:
By Evolution or by Creation?" said this:
"The Bible consistently notes that the earth will remain 'to time indefinite, or forever.'(Psalm 104:5)"
And of course we have the Psalms:
104:5 "You have rebuked nations, you have destroyed the wicked one. Their name you have
wiped out to time indefinite, even forever."
104:7 "As for Jehovah, he will sit to time indefinite, Firmly establishing his throne for judgment itself."
Once again we find that the Watchtower Society contradicts not only the Watchtower Society
but the Bible itself.
Lol, your argument is null and void.
UNchained

Kingsport, TN

#17 Oct 26, 2012
Hey Duh-boy,

Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to accept parts of blood?

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#18 Oct 26, 2012
UNchained wrote:
Hey Duh-boy,
Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to accept parts of blood?
Jehovah's Witnesses can do whatever they want, but everything has a consequence.

“Bustin' Myths”

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#19 Oct 26, 2012
Duh-boy wrote:
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Jehovah's Witnesses can do whatever they want, but everything has a consequence.
Yep, losing one's family and friends is a big consequence.

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#20 Oct 26, 2012
Duh-boy wrote:
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Jehovah's Witnesses can do whatever they want, but everything has a consequence.
Then Jehovahs Witnesses cannot really do whatever they want can they?

Think about this DB, if the GB says that blood is so wrong, why do they give their members the choice of taking it or not? If it is so wrong, they should say NO BLOOD period. Doing it this way, they are allowing their members to break one of what you feel is Gods laws. Why would they allow their members to do that? Isn't it their job to look after their flock? Its like a shepherd in a field of sheep knowing a wolf is lurking behind a bunch of trees, and allowing some of those sheep to go over there because the grass is greener and they want to eat of it. He being a GOOD shepherd and taking GOOD care of his sheep would never allow those sheep to go behind those trees for any reason.
youre silly

Mclean, VA

#21 Oct 26, 2012
Duh-boy wrote:
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Jehovah's Witnesses can do whatever they want, but everything has a consequence.
We will all give account of ourselves to Jesus Christ one day, that is true, its called judgement (but this judgement will be fair) but you poor (JW) dolts have to go through the JW elder/GB /shunning too (that's called coercion).

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