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Bible Commentators Speak On The Bible Health Laws

Dear Friends, here are some Bible Comments worth reading:

1.      Biblical commentator Moses Cassuto states:

“When Noah and his descendants were permitted to eat meat this was a concession conditional on the prohibition of the blood. This prohibition implied respect for the principle of life (“for the blood is the life”) and an allusion to the fact that in reality all meat should have been prohibited. This partial prohibition was designed to call to mind the previously total one. [16]

Immediately after permission was given to eat meat, God states, “And surely, your blood of your lives will I require” (Gen. 9:5).

So, directly after flesh is allowed, a vegetarian might reason that this passage hints that eating meat is a slow form of suicide. Perhaps God is warning us: “I prefer that you do not eat meat. However, if you must eat meat, there will be a penalty–your life blood will I require.” [18]

That is, your life will be shortened by eating something that you were not meant to eat. In other words, if people choose to live in violence, by slaughtering and eating animals, they must pay a penalty.

Note that this speculation is consistent with the decrease in biblical life spans that occurred after permission to eat meat was given and also with modern research in health and nutrition.

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2.      According to Isaac Arama (1420-1494), author of Akedat Yitzchak, and others, after the Israelites left Egypt, God tried to establish another non- meat diet, manna. The Torah introduces the story of the manna with the following Divine message which Moses was to convey to the Israelites in response to their concern about what they would eat in the desert:

God said to Moses, “Behold! I shall rain down for you food from heaven; and the people shall go out and gather a certain portion every day . . . ” (Exod. 16:4).

Manna is described in the Torah as a vegetarian food, “like coriander seed” (Num. 11:7). The rabbis of the Talmud stated that the manna had whatever taste and flavor the eater desired at the time of eating. It must also have had sufficient nutrient value because Moses stated that “It is the bread which the Lord hath given you to eat” (Exod. 16:15).

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3.      Rabbi J. H. Hertz comments on the manna: “God in His ever-sustaining providence fed Israel’s host during the weary years of wandering in His own unsearchable way.” [20]

The manna taught the Children of Israel several lessons, which are significant from a vegetarian point of view.

(a)    God provides for our needs; manna was available for each day’s requirements. In the same way, vegetarian diets could result in enough food for all. A meat dish leads to scarcity of food for some and the potential for violence.

(b)   We should be content with what we have. [21] Each person was to gather one omer (a measure of manna), but some gathered more and some less. When they measured it out, they found that whether they had gathered much or little, they had just enough to meet their needs, as it is written, “They gathered out an omer, and he that gathered much had nothing over, and he that gathered little had no lack; everyone according to his eating had they gathered” (Exodus 16:18). Again, a vegetarian diet would provide enough for everyone’s needs. With a meat-centered diet, the few eat more than they need, and many millions are malnourished.

(c)    Enough was provided on Friday morning so that there was no need to gather manna on the Sabbath. The people were commanded to rest on the seventh day. (see Exodus 16:5, 22-30.) With a vegetarian diet, people would not need to struggle continually for their means of subsistence. They would be able truly to rest, to have a peaceful Sabbath, knowing that their needs would be met and that there is no reason to struggle for necessities.

The people were not satisfied, however, with the simple diet of manna, which sustained them in the desert. The Children of Israel complained, “Would that we were given flesh to eat.” (Num. 11:4) They said they remembered the fish and other good food that they believed they had had in Egypt, but now they had only manna to eat. The Lord was very angry and Moses was displeased. Finally, God provided meat in the form of quail, which were brought by a wind from the sea. While the flesh was in their mouths, before it was chewed, the anger of God was kindled against the people; He struck them with a great plague (Num. 11:4-33).

Note the following key points from a vegetarian point of view:

(a)    God wanted the people to be sustained on manna; He was very angry when they cried for flesh to eat.

(b)   God did provide meat, but a plague broke out among the people. Perhaps this incident was designed to teach people that they should not eat meat, and if they did, it would have very negative consequences.

(c)    The place where this incident occurred was named “The Graves of Lust,” to indicate that the lust for flesh led to the many deaths (Num. 11:34). While the manna, their staple food in the desert, kept them in good health for forty years, many deaths occurred when they deviated from this simple diet.

When the Israelites were in the wilderness, animals could only be slaughtered and eaten as part of the sacrificial service in the sanctuary (Leviticus 17:3-5). The eating of “unconsecrated meat”, meat from cattle slaughtered for private consumption was not permitted. Every meat meal therefore was an integral part of a sacrificial rite. Maimonides states that the sacrifices were a concession to the primitive practices of the nations at that time. The biblical sacrifices will be discussed in more detail later.

Finally God permitted people to eat meat even if it was not part of a sacrificial offering:

“When the LORD your God enlarges your territory, as he has promised you, and you say, ‘I will eat meat,’ because you crave meat, you may eat meat whenever you desire. (Deut. 12:20)

This permitted meat was called b’sar ta’avah, “meat of lust,” so named because, as the following rabbinic teachings indicate, meat is not considered a necessity for life. The above verse does not command people to eat meat. Rabbinic tradition perceives it to indicate that it is people’s desire to eat flesh and not God’s edict that people do so.

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4.      Even while arguing against vegetarianism as a moral cause, Rabbi Elijah Judah Schochet, author of Animal Life in Jewish Tradition, (1984), concedes that “Scripture does not command the Israelite to eat meat, but rather permits this diet as a concession to lust.” [24]

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5.      Rabbi I. Hebenstreit points out that God did not want to give the Israelites who had left Egypt permission to return to a diet involving meat, due to the cruelty involved. However, the “mixed multitude” (other slaves who left Egypt with the Jews) lusted for meat and inculcated this desire among the Jewish people. Hence, God again reluctantly gave permission for the consumption of meat, but with many restrictions. [29] The negative connotation associated with the consumption of meat is indicated in the Talmud:  The Torah teaches a lesson in moral conduct, that man shall not eat meat unless he has a special craving for it…and shall eat it only occasionally and sparingly.

Accordingly, the laws of kashrut and common sense come to teach us that a person’s first preference should be a non-meat diet. If, however, one cannot control a craving for meat, it should be kosher meat, which would serve as a reminder that the animal being eaten is a creature of God, that we cannot treat any living thing callously, and that we are responsible for what happens to us as a result.

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