Should I Eat With You?

Should I Eat With You?

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Today marks the final installment of the conversation between Pinchas Shir and I about food and the Bible. We move into a full Greco-Roman context with questions regarding how Roman families ate and feasted. And within that context, why would Paul get mad at Peter for changing his eating habits (Gal. 2)?

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