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Jeff's article "Is There Logic To The Forbidden Fruit?" is not only logical and interesting but also adds additional discussion and commentary to the excellent presentation in his book The Real Forbidden Fruit. See: http://www.all-creatures.org/book/r-thereal.html
I would urge everyone who has not yet read this book to do so. Not only does the chapter on "The Good Book" (Chapter 13) have an excellently presented and logical discussion of "flesh" not "fruit" as being the "forbidden fruit" it also provides Christian vegans with a wealth of references and points when discussing veganism from a Biblical and Judeo-Christian basis. I have been vegan for a number of years, and Jeff's work has been a tremendous help when discussing the Biblical basis for the vegan way of living and the Eve and the Apple discussion comes up. Thanks for bringing Jeff's new article to our attention.
Blessings to you all
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