Jeffrey Ade
Very clever!
Liam Ronan
Don't forget the wild honey with your locusts.
Orthocat
Actually one Eastern Catholic priest I know is adamant that St. John the Baptist DID NOT eat insects. The "Locusts & wild honey" referred to the locust plant. This is the tradition in the ancient Church, he maintains. I looked it up and there is such a plant that grows in the Holy Land. With all this buzz I read (even here on Gloria TV) that bugs are actually harmful for human consumption, and …More
Actually one Eastern Catholic priest I know is adamant that St. John the Baptist DID NOT eat insects. The "Locusts & wild honey" referred to the locust plant. This is the tradition in the ancient Church, he maintains. I looked it up and there is such a plant that grows in the Holy Land. With all this buzz I read (even here on Gloria TV) that bugs are actually harmful for human consumption, and that is precisely the idea ["not a bug, but a feature" as they say - pun intended!] I'm open to consider what that priest told me.
Jeffrey Ade
@Liam Ronan I used to keep bees! They are "Wild."
Jeffrey Ade
@Orthocat I am sure you are right!