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Gluten-Free: Discerning between Craze and Cure

Steve Hickey

Steve Hickey is the founding pastor of Church at the Gate in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He also teaches leadership in Greece for John Maxwell’s EQUIP Million Leader Mandate. In 2010, Steve was elected to the South Dakota House of Representatives and is a national voice for the unborn. He’s written several books, including his latest, Momentum: God’s Ever Increasing Kingdom (www.MomentumHandbook.com). He is currently in Scotland studying Ethics and Bonhoeffer.

Website: https://stevehickey.wordpress.com/

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  1. Denise Enright

    Thank you so much for a refreshing enlightening article!! It was not at all what I was expecting
    and it is delightful!

  2. Suzanne

    Yes, if there WAS a pristine, God-intended origin of wheat and barley that the Creator intended as good, than the creator most probably did NOT intend for wheat to be genetically modified beyond almost all recognition. The archeological wheat is not the wheat of today. The reason that wheat does not physiologically work for many, many people (not just those with Coeliac disease) is because it has been altered so greatly from its original form that it is now toxic for many. Maybe there IS a bit of craze, and MAYbe people have realized that they FEEL better when they do not eat it. I have a dear friend whose son recently had a psychotic breakdown in his early 20’s. Out of desperation, she took him to a talented kinesiologist and he tested that WHEAT was toxic to his system. He was able to identify the TOXINS in wheat as the problem, and NOT the gluten itself. Remember, it is NOT just about the gluten, but about the mycotoxins and insecticide build up in the soil. Arsenic anyone?

    Unfortunately, this sacred gift has been changed too much. So who does it belong to now?

    Also, I would love to hear what you think of the genetically modified Salmon that is going to be scavenging our seas and rivers soon. Is that “good” like the fishes’ part of the fishes and the loaves? Did God intend for us to become mutants like the mutants we are eating?

  3. Suzanne

    I thought this was interesting, from Leviticus, 19:19.

    19 ” ‘Keep my decrees.
    ” ‘Do not mate different kinds of animals. (i.e., using genes from different fishes to create a new fish)
    ” ‘Do not plant your field with two kinds of seed. (Hybrids?)
    ” ‘Do not wear clothing woven of two kinds of material.

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