During my daily Bible readings I came across 2 verses that I found to be particularly interesting and that lead me to wonder if maybe God MEANT for us to actually BE vegetarians?(I just do it to lose weight and for health, and have no moral issue with it myself) They are in St. Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians chapter 8, verse 13 where he states that ” if food causes my brother to stumble I will never eat meat again.” he was referring about a dispute involving food offered to idols.Not eating meat sounds like a vegetarian to me and the other was in Genesis 1:29 where God is telling humans about everything He has made and what He has given them to eat, and note he DIDN’T mention animals; He said that “all seed bearing plants and every tree that has fruit with seed in it as food.” He didn’t say “AND animals…” He did state that humans have dominion OVER animals and that He gave them to us for our usage(eg. farming, labour,clothing), but no mention of using them for food.I just found it to be surprising and interesting and never noticed it before. There was also a book out recently titled something like “Foods Jesus Ate” and it was all grains, fruits and vegetables.It just sort of makes one think, doesn’t it? One of those things that makes you go, “Hmmm….” Is eating meat contradicting God’s laws, and if so, why did He say in the Mosaic law that “cloven footed animals”(eg. pigs) are forbidden, but no mention about other animals? What does God want for us to consume(although I’m pretty sure beer and cigarettes are out of the question; being unhealthy and sinful!)ARE there requirements few are aware of? If we’re not meant to eat meat, if so, then why?