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Creationist Diet: Second Edition; A Comprehensive Guide to Bible and Science Based Nutrition By Gary F. Zeolla
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What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and the relationship... More > of diet to degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and osteoporosis? These and other questions are addressed in this book. This Second Edition is 2-1/2 times as long as the First Edition. This Second Edition also presents a different perspective on diet. The First Edition mostly advocated a vegan diet, while this Second Edition also advocates for a diet that includes animal foods. But, and this is very important, those animal foods are to be what are called “old-fashioned” meats, dairy, and eggs, not the “factory farm” products that most people eat. What is meant by these two terms and the incredible difference between them is explained in this book. Many more diet related topics are also covered, every subject imaginable about sound nutritional practices.< Less
Creationist Diet: Second Edition; A Comprehensive Guide to Bible and Science Based Nutrition By Gary F. Zeolla
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What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and the relationship... More > of diet to degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and osteoporosis? These and other questions are addressed in this book. This Second Edition is 2-1/2 times as long as the First Edition. This Second Edition also presents a different perspective on diet. The First Edition mostly advocated a vegan diet, while this Second Edition also advocates for a diet that includes animal foods. But, and this is very important, those animal foods are to be what are called “old-fashioned” meats, dairy, and eggs, not the “factory farm” products that most people eat. What is meant by these two terms and the incredible difference between them is explained in this book. Many more diet related topics are also covered, every subject imaginable about sound nutritional practices.< Less
Creationist Diet: Second Edition; A Comprehensive Guide to Bible and Science Based Nutrition By Gary F. Zeolla
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What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and the relationship... More > of diet to degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and osteoporosis? These and other questions are addressed in this book. This Second Edition is 2-1/2 times as long as the First Edition. This Second Edition also presents a different perspective on diet. The First Edition mostly advocated a vegan diet, while this Second Edition also advocates for a diet that includes animal foods. But, and this is very important, those animal foods are to be what are called “old-fashioned” meats, dairy, and eggs, not the “factory farm” products that most people eat. What is meant by these two terms and the incredible difference between them is explained in this book. Many more diet related topics are also covered, every subject imaginable about sound nutritional practices.< Less
New World Translation: A Reliable Bible Version? Edition 2.1 By Gary F. Zeolla
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The New World Translation (NWT) is published by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. This is the organization that Jehovah’s Witnesses belong to. But how reliable is this Bible version? This... More > review will evaluate the NWT by looking at select passages from Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians. The standards I will use here are the same standards that I use in evaluating over thirty versions of the Bible in my book Differences Between Bible Versions. Simply put, does the translation faithfully and accurately render the Greek text into English? More specifically, are words translated correctly? Are words left untranslated? Are words added without any indication that they have been added? Are the grammatical forms of words altered? Are phrases paraphrased rather than translated? How readable is the text? And how reliable is the Greek text being translated? Edition 2.1. Updated December 2016.< Less