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Just as the days of Noah...
But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark,
And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
Many have asked for more
specific information on this question after reading Mr. Armstrong's
article Is all Animal Flesh good food? in THE PLAIN TRUTH .
The Bible itself defines what sea life
is good food. Whatsoever hath fins and scales in the waters, in the
seas, and in the rivers, them shall ye eat (Leviticus 11:39). In verse
10 it is further clarified: and all that have not fins AND
scales in the seas... they shall be an abomination unto you.
But which fish have both fins
and scales? is the question asked by many readers. Two points to
remember is that many fish have very small or minute scales and
some have merely patches of scales near the head and the tail fin. In
either case, such fish are clean and fit for food.
First, let us name the commonly known
unclean fish--these are scaleless fish--which are not fit for food:
catfish, eels, paddle fish, sculpins, stickle backs, sturgeons and
swordfish. These fish do not have true scales. Together with these
creatures are other forms of sea life unfit for human consumption:
abalone, clams, crabs, lobsters, oysters, scallops, shrimp, and whale.
The complete list of fish fit for
human consumption would be too lengthy to enumerate in this column. Only
the most important clean fish--having BOTH scales and fins--can be
named. They are; albacore, anchovy, barracuda, bass, black fish, bowfin,
buffalo, carp, characin, cod, croaker, darter, flounder, gaby, grayling,
haddock, halibut, herring, jack, mackerel, minnow, mooneye, mullet,
needlefish, perch, pike, salmon, sardine, shad, silver side, smelt,
snapper, sole, sucker, sunfish, tarpons, trout, tuna, weakfish,
whitefish. If any question arises about other fish consult such books as
Field Book of Fresh-Water Fishesby Ray Schrenkeisen which may be
found in public libraries.
Some people, who are not competent to
judge fish, have thought certain of these clean fish were without
scales, but this is not true.
The second part of the question
concerns fowl. Which birds are fit for human consumption? The answer is
found in Lev. 11:13-19 and Deut. 14:11-20.
Each of these sections lists specific
varieties of birds unfit for human consumption. No clean birds
are listed. Only about two dozen unclean birds are listed out of
thousands found the world over. These unclean birds illustrate the
characteristics of all unclean birds.They fail into types
each of which is unclean after its kind. The question is, how do these
unclean birds differ from those to be clean or fit for human
consumption? The characteristics of clean fowl are, of course,
determined by the dove and the pigeon (Luke 2:24 and Lev. 1:14-17) which
were anciently used for sacrifice.
By comparing the differences between
these clean birds and those listed as unclean, we can arrive at the
following six characteristics of clean birds: 1) they must not be birds
of prey; 2) they catch food thrown to them in the air, but they bring it
to the ground, where they divide it with their bills, if possible,
before eating it; whereas unclean birds devour it in the air, or press
it with one foot to the ground and tear it with their bills; 3) they
must have an elongated middle front toe and a hind toe; 4) they must
spread their toes so that three front toes are on one side of a perch
and the hind toe on the other side; 5) they must have craws or crops; 6)
they must have a gizzard with a double lining which can easily be
separated. (Consult articles in Jewish Encyclopaedia under
Poultry, and Clean and Unclean Animals.)
Clean birds have all these
characteristics; unclean birds lack one or more of these
characteristics. If a bird lacks any one of these characteristics, it is
Beside the pigeon and dove, the
following birds are clean: chicken, pheasant, quail, partridge, grouse,
turkey, all song birds, ducks, geese, swan (the word swan is a
mistranslation in the King James Version).
Unclean birds not listed specifically
in the Bible are roadrunners, woodpeckers and the parrot family (which
divide their toes so that two are on either side of a perch); aquatic
and wading birds and gulls which have no crops or craws, no double
lining of gizzards, and often no hind toe or no elongated middle front