Is it wrong to eat meat, particularly pork?  No, you can see from the above scriptures that God sanctioned the eating of meat after the Flood. However, dietary restrictions of the Law (during the time of Moses) were imposed upon the Jews for health purposes and also as a test for their loyalty and obedience to God.  Gentiles were never under these restrictions. Once Jesus came and fulfilled the Law by his sacrifice unto death, the Law was no longer binding to the Jew providing he accepted Jesus. The Apostle Peter had a vision where he saw all kinds of animals, including reptiles and birds.  A voice told him to get up, kill and eat. Peter replied that he had never eaten anything impure or unclean. When the voice spoke to him a second time it said, “Do not call anything impure that God has made clean.” (Acts 10:11-15) Furthermore, the Apostle Paul says in Romans 14:4, “As one who is in the Lord Jesus, I am fully convinced that no food is unclean in itself.” Can a Christian eat pork? He most certainly can. A Christian is not under Jewish Law, but under the grace of Christ.