Comment: Your exegesis is illogical.

(See in situ)

In reply to comment: The scripture you pointed out... (see in situ)

Your exegesis is illogical.

There is no significance to the temple being destroyed and the gospel being fulfilled, it was a providential fulfillment of a prophecy that is not binding on anything apart from an abrogation of the Old Jewish Ceremonial and Judicial Laws. Christ was the temple that was destroyed and rebuilt after 3 days, and the end of ritual sacrifice has no bearing on the dietary decisions of any congregation, be it Jewish or Gentile.

You are in no position whatsoever (neither is any clergy member for that matter) to dictate anything that is not a moral teaching of the scriptures or light of nature, nor are you permitted to attempt to bind consciences by attaching religious authority to secular practices. What you are doing is heavily similar to what Legalism-based heretics have been pushing for the past 5 centuries via the Anabaptist movement.

"Not that which goeth into the mouth defileth a man; but that which cometh out of the mouth, this defileth a man." (Matthew 15:11)

Furthermore, your exegesis concerning Isaiah 11:16 reeks of a kooky fundamentalist interpretation with a slight hint of legalistic manipulation. Do you seriously believe that if you put a little child in the midst of lions, leopards and wolves that he/she won't be torn apart within minutes? And if not, you would have to concede a metaphorical interpretation, you'll need to provide a traditional basis for asserting any claim that is in harmony with Christian Orthodoxy.

“My attitude toward progress has passed from antagonism to boredom. I have long ceased to argue with people who prefer Thursday to Wednesday because it is Thursday.” - G.K. Chesterton