“Kosher Christianity” is a term Andrew Hoy uses in “Eat Like Jesus” to “describe a new future or potential reality” and refers to a “non-dispensational view of the Christian faith and approach to Bible interpretation.”
Because we live by grace and not law, we often don’t think about the reasons for some of the food restrictions God imposed on His people. Most of the forbidden animals for consumption would have caused illness or potential problems in the future. Even the Pharisees defined cleanliness in a way outside of God’s intentions. God has a purpose for all of His commands. They keep us safe under His wing and healthy in order to serve Him. He doesn’t arbitrarily give a command for a whim. He knows what is good for us and our bodies because He created us and everything we eat.
If you are interested in a Kosher lifestyle, “Eat Like Jesus” is on of several books which offers reasons and guidelines to follow in order to make decisions about your diet. This is the first book I have read on this topic, so I can’t compare it to others. Other reviewers have said that Hoy’s books contains big words and terminology that may be difficult to understand, and this is true. “Eat Like Jesus” does not contain a diet plan or recipes. If you are looking for them, you will have to look elsewhere.
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