if u can't, that's stupid. what would eating meat have to do with the crucifixion? but I don't know why it's called good Friday either, shouldn't it be unfortunate Friday or something? so maybe, I dunno. generally confused on the modern celebration of religious holidays anyway.
That depends. Do you have some meat? Are you able to cook it or have someone cook it for you? Are you able to chew and swallow? If you mean, do some religions have a tradition of meatless Fridays or no meat on Good Friday, that would depend if you are a follower of that religion or if you are a child, do your parents insist you follow that tradition. So "may" I eat meat today??would depend on you or your parents.
Yes, you can eat meat today. No, you will not go to hell because of it. If you think it is hurting animals, then stop worrying, because they do it to each other too, and we are not much different. We need to consume some form of life in order to live, so even if you are a vegetarian, you are still killing something to eat your meal. Plants are alive too, they just don't move like we do.
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The Bible does not condemn eating of meat on any day - especially, since Jesus Christ death abolished the old testament. You are free to eat whatever, is healthy to eat. However, no matter who you are - we will all go to Hell when we die. Hell is mankind common grave.
Eccl. 9:5- For the living are conscious that they will die; but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all, neither do they anymore have wages, because the remembrance of them has been forgotten."
Even if one have the hope of going to heaven to reign with Jesus Christ - he must first die before he enter into heaven. Flesh and blood can not enter into the spiritual realms.
Well, in Genesis, after the flood, God told Noah: I once gave you plants and fruits, I now give you everything! Now, when Moses came along, God did set restrictions on some things/ but in the NT. He reinstared ALL things edible EXCEPT BLOOD( and people ) Life is in the blood(so dont eat blood) And dont eat people because they are made in His Image!
The best way to answer a Biblical question is to look to the Bible itself. Jesus did not fast during the days prior to his death. The Gospel accounts mention that he and his disciples visited homes and ate meals in Bethany just a few days before he died. And he ate the Passover meal the night before his death, a meal that contained meat. (2Ch 35:11; Nu 9:12; Matthew 26:6, 7; Luke 22:15; John 12:2) Jesus did speak of his followers' fasting at the time of his death. However, this was not a ritual fast. Instead, he was indicating a reaction to the deep sorrow they would feel. Once he was resurrected, there would no longer be such a reason for them to fast.-Luke 5:34, 35.
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It's actually good to eat meat, why? Because you aren't wasting it, it's actually very good to take your spoils from hunting, it's really bad to leave the good meat and other resources lying there to rot.