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Is it really Christian?
Comment by Rick Faust - 8 Jun 2007


Thanks for your response. I am very sorry for the "I'M A PREDATOR" response you get from other hunters. Having an honest dialogue is only way to move ahead with each other, and in our own understandings. I think a lot of times when people find it hard to articulate their thoughts and feelings they get frustrated and let their emotions take over and say things they may (hopefully) regret later. I've done it and I feel pretty confident I can say what I want so, I'm assuming, people who are insecure about their abilities to express themselves may degenerate into saying the equivalent of ".....well, you're stupid!" as their response. Then it just proves what we all know, hunters are rude, ignorant killers.

I agree that God was trying to show Peter that the Gentiles could come into the Kingdom as well as Jews with the vision I referenced. I think that was the main thing He was trying to do so it sounds like we agree.

Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Peter already eating animal and fish flesh prior to the vision that was correctly prepared according to law

So, in my mind God just goes even further in saying that you can eat anything anytime. It seems to go without saying. I'd say more but I've got to go work.


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