"Christians Eat Junk!"
Thanks for your article about Biblical Cooking.
I have to admit I wasn't aware there was such a thing as a list
of biblical foods in the bible even though I must have read God's
word five or six times since being saved back in 1998.
Your article was inspiring and drove my husband
and I to take a closer look into our own culinary habits only to
realize we were filling our stomachs with junk food, just like you
said. Thank you for your boldness but more importantly, thanks for
providing a link to the Biblical Cooking website which turned out
to be a great resource on biblical ingredients, scripture and even
scientific facts (see www.biblicalcooking.com).
I wanted to let you know our home is now one hundred
percent biblically inclined when food is involved- Brad and I have
been cooking extraordinary meals based on your list of biblical
ingredients, I've lost 14 pounds and Brad is sleeping much better.
We're not certain it's the change in our diets or answer to prayer,
it doesn't really matter now does it? God bless you!
"Christmas is Christian!"
After reading "Pontiff's holiday wish"
[Arts&Life, Nov. 2005], I couldn't agree with the pope more.
Let the stores run all the holiday sales they want
and let us Christians keep our Christmas. Christians don't need
Christ's name on every advertisement page in the paper or hanging
on banners in the stores.
Being a Christian and celebrating the birth of Christ
should be a very personal thing. So let the stores wish people a
happy holiday. It only brings more meaning to Merry Christmas.
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