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When the Swine Will be Divine
Hog farming is a multi-billion dollar industry, yielding one of the worlds most popular meats. Yet this animal is also emblematic of all that Judaism regards as distasteful and non-Kosher.
A Jewish tradition describes the future return of this creature to the Kosher carte du jour in the Messianic era.
Can this be traced to traditional Torah sources, and if yes, what does it mean? How can this be reconciled with the immutability of the Torah?
Query Submitted by a Shliach in Florida
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