There are some falsehoods about what you can and cannot eat. First of all it is wrong for religious groups to say that you sin if you eat pork, rabbit, or any other kind of food. Sin has been defined as breaking the law of God. No such laws exist today, therefore there can be no violation when it comes to what one can or cannot eat (1 John 3:4, Romans 5:13).
The New Testament is God's law for today, and it teaches all food is good and no one should prohibit anything from going into his mouth (1 Timothy 4:1-5, Colossians 2:16). Some believe that if a person eats a piece of pork, that person becomes defiled. Jesus Christ refuted that by teaching, "nothing entering into a man's mouth defiles him, because it passes out of his system; but that which corrupts him comes from his heart," Matthew 15:10-20, Mark 7:19.
Another false doctrine is that certain foods must be eaten on certain days, for example, "fish on Friday." No such command is found in God's word, so this must be of man, and the scriptures teach us to avoid the doctrines of men (Mark 7:7, Acts 15:24).
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