Deuteronomy 14:9 ESV
Of all that are in the waters you may eat these: whatever has fins and scales you may eat.
Leviticus 18:22, 20:13, homosexuality, shellfish, mixed fabrics, and not being under Old Testament Law | CARM.org
The law has careful divisions. The book of Leviticus itself makes distinctions between laws that applied specifically to Israel and laws that applied to all nations at all times. Allowing the context to speak for itself clarifies why some laws should still be regarded today by al...
Why did God prohibit eating meat with blood in it (Genesis 9:4)?
Why did God prohibit eating meat with blood in it (Genesis 9:4)? How are we supposed to remove the blood from meat we eat?
What does the Bible say about what foods we should eat (kosher)? Are there foods a Christian should avoid?
What does the Bible say about what foods we should eat (kosher)? What does the Bible say about food? Are there foods a Christian should avoid? Do the Old Testament food laws apply to us today?
Why do we follow some Levitical laws and not others regarding things like homosexuality and eating shellfish? | CARM.org
We do not follow all the Levitical laws in the Old Testament because some of those laws were intended for Israel, while others were for everyone.
Matthew Vines on Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13 and Christians not being under the Law | CARM.org
Matthew Vines does not realize that God addresses certain things only to the nation of Israel, while some things are addressed to other nations as well. Homosexuality was/is an abomination.
Leviticus 18:22, 20:13, and a "man who lies with a man" | CARM.org
Leviticus 18:22, 20:13, and a "man who lies with a man." "Lie with" here refers to sexual intercourse.
Why do Christians not obey the Old Testaments commands to kill homosexuals and disobedient children? | CARM.org
The change of covenants between the Old and New Testaments and the unique purpose of the Mosaic civil code and the Commonwealth of Old Testament Israel fully explain how the laws of that code while communicating moral principles do not constitute the legal practice of the people ...