Wisdom from Mark Driscoll for the rural brethren:

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  1. annsni

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    Wisdom for my rural brothers in Christ Deut 14:21 (NIV) “Do not eat anything you find already dead.”
     
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    I guess that includes roadkill...:laugh:
     
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    Unless of course, you are the one responsible for the killing. Did a funeral of an old florida cracker last year. His kids told about how sad their father was when he killed a deer with his car. But then they said that they enjoyed the venison steaks for the next few weeks! :tongue3:
     
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    Most food I eat is already dead.
     
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    We have so many deer around here, that's a running joke in our family.

    We've eaten a couple of deer that we or friends of ours have hit with their cars. Whether it dies from an arrow or from a Chevy, better that it be put to use than left to die for nothing.
     
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    ...such as store-bought meat, poultry, fish, processed grains, fruits and vegetables once they've been cut from the parent plant....
     

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