|Paul's Letter to Laodicea|
[2.1] Therefore, let no one influence your conscience, not through a bishop and a priest (i.e. uncalled by God), not through a day of feast, nor through the old Sabbath and new moon,
[2.2] Nor through a temple, nor through a sacrificial ceremony, nor magnificent raiment, and just as little through food and drink.
[2.3] Be moderate in eating and drinking; that is good for the spirit, the soul, and the body and is agreeable to the Lord;
[2.4] But when someone says, teaches, and desires: “This and that particular food should not be eaten, because according to Moses it is unclean.”
[2.5] Then I say in opposition to that: Moses and the prophets are fulfilled and redeemed in Christ; the Lord did not forbid us any food; He Himself ate and drank with sinners and publicans.
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