You do not have to look far to see that America is a culture overflowing with information on nutrition. The plethora of material devoted to this subject makes it clear that Americans are concerned about their health. Christians are not immune to the fads of the world. In the midst of this climate, experts have emerged to tell us what the Bible says about good nutrition and eating right, and have promised great things to those who follow a "biblical diet." But have they accurately represented the Bible? It is my conviction they have not. What has God commanded concerning food? Some say we should eat only vegetables because that is the diet God gave to Adam and Eve. Some say we should follow the dietary laws that God gave to Moses. Others say we should eat only what Jesus ate. Others combine parts of the Bible with findings from modern science about what is supposedly good or bad for you. So what is the Christian to do? To whom should he listen? Much false teaching has spread throughout the church on this subject and it is not harmless. If you have wrestled with the subject of food and nutrition and wondered what the Bible says about this, then this book is for you.
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