Halal food topics
November 1, 2010 4:17pm CST
Products known for it's high quality standards guided by the Islamic law. People say it is similar to Kosher things in a way because both did came from Abrahamic roots though Christianity breaks the ties because it doesn't follow much of those rules. So if both is different but similar, what does halal have that Kosher doesn't have? What does Kosher has to offer that makes it better than Halal? Or are they just the same? Tell me what you know. The more the better. Please correct me if I am wrong. I'm just student learning different religions. Have a nice day. Thank you.
2 Nov 10
From what I know halal foods are foods that a muslim offers to their god while slaughtering an animal. If it is not an animal, maybe cosmetics or any other alse it means "permitted" , in a way that a muslim is permitted to use it. But in the Christian law saint Paul prohibited the Christians to eat meat offered from other gods. GOD and muslim god are not the same so Christians dont eat halal foods.
4 Nov 10
Offer is what my muslim uncle used so I thought that was right besides, that what my muslim friends call it also. Someone really goes to the meat factory and pray for the meat and offer it to their god. And to what Gorillafootprints925 said, I think early Christians pray directly to GOD and catholics pray through mary so two too different issues.