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Can We Benefit from Meat or Wine that is Offered to an Idol?

Updated: Oct 12, 2022



Divine Code for September 15, 2022

Today: Pages 178-179


From topic 9:1 -- 9:5


Meat or wine that had been set aside specifically to be offerings to an idol are not forbidden for benefit, even if they were brought into the temple of the idol. Once they have been offered, though, they have the status of a sacrifice. If the worshippers then moved them from the idol's temple to continue their service or to benefit from them (for example, to eat them), they are forbidden for benefit forever.


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