What does the Bible really teach about food? Were Adam, Eve, and the animals originally created as vegetarians? Why did Noah take extra pairs of certain animal species into the Ark? Which animals did God permit Moses to eat? Did Jesus actually declare all meats fit to eat? What kind of animals did Peter see in his vision? Would Paul really encourage us to eat anything ? For generations, religious institutions have served people a steady diet of dispensational theology, in which new covenants and teachings are portrayed as healthy substitutes for Moses' eating instructions. Commandments of Moses are usually dismissed as outdated, irrelevant, and oppressive. But are these views valid, just because they are popular or traditional? How did first century Christians eat? What did Jesus, Paul, and the apostles teach about food and about Moses' law? How do biblical diets help people live longer? EAT LIKE JESUS answers all of these questions and more by comparing infallible Bible texts to mistranslations and status-quo religious dogma. Offering a simple, scientific, and comprehensive Bible-based dining theology, EAT LIKE JESUS probes into - and beyond - New Testament accounts, explaining how and why God has been qualifying food for all humanity since the Garden of Eden.