Leviticus 7:26 & 27 Moreover, you shall eat no blood whatever, whether of fowl or of animal, in any of your dwelling places. Whoever eats any blood, that person shall be cut off from his people."
Leviticus 17:10-16 10"If any one of the house of Israel or of the strangers who sojourn among them eats any blood, I will set my face against that person who eats blood and will cut him off from among his people. 11 For the life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have given it for you on the altar to make atonement for your souls, for it is the blood that makes atonement by the life. 12Therefore I have said to the people of Israel, No person among you shall eat blood, neither shall any stranger who sojourns among you eat blood.
13"Any one also of the people of Israel, or of the strangers who sojourn among them, who takes in hunting any beast or bird that may be eaten shall pour out its blood and cover it with earth. 14For the life of every creature is its blood: its blood is its life. Therefore I have said to the people of Israel, You shall not eat the blood of any creature, for the life of every creature is its blood. Whoever eats it shall be cut off. 15 And every person who eats what dies of itself or what is torn by beasts, whether he is a native or a sojourner, shall wash his clothes and bathe himself in water and be unclean until the evening; then he shall be clean. 16But if he does not wash them or bathe his flesh, he shall bear his iniquity."
Deuteronomy 12:23 Only be sure that you do not eat the blood, for the blood is the life, and you shall not eat the life with the flesh.
Did Jesus break the OT law by eating His own flesh and blood at the time of the Last Supper?
Your post of Leviticus can expand on John 6: “From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him.” And the parallel with your post is that you seem to be joining them based on your post.
You also seem to be confusing physical nourishment with the Holy Eucharist.
Though they are quite separate concepts of “meals,” if you’re looking for something concerning Christians and Jewish laws about eating, surely you remember Christ’s and Paul’s words in Holy Scripture.
I have been following this discussion for quite some time now. Where does it say that Jesus ate and drank after those words? What I find fascinating is that even though the so-called Gospel of John says that Jesus called his blood true drink and his flesh true meat the Protestants refuse to accept it as such, and insist that "true" in only metaphorical!
Your vain attempt to justify your argument by citing the Law is pointless because even Jesus calling his blood the blood of the "new testament" (or covenant) is violating the Law which says the Torah is eternal, and must be observed forever.