The Prohibition of Meat and Milk Mixing in the Same Meal: A Brief Theological and Medical Approach to a Jewish Dietary Law

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  •   Elias E. Mazokopakis

Abstract

According to Jewish dietary laws, known as Kashrut, the meat and milk mixing in the same meal is prohibited. This article examines this prohibition from a theological and modern medical viewpoint.

Keywords: Jewish Diet, Kashrut, Meat, Medicine, Milk, Theology.

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How to Cite
Mazokopakis, E. E. (2023). The Prohibition of Meat and Milk Mixing in the Same Meal: A Brief Theological and Medical Approach to a Jewish Dietary Law. European Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 3(1), 19–21. https://doi.org/10.24018/theology.2023.3.1.85