Point of clarification: Evangelical and Fundamentalist are not the same thing. And there is no way that Russian, Greek or Armenian Orthodox churches, nor the Catholic church could be considered Fundamentalist.
A careful reading of foundational documents is in order, so that informed discourse might take place. I also have a degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, from the days before the Fundamentalists took over.
The first comment by the epidemologist bothers me most. I drank pasturized milk for the first time in 1960 when I started school. I continued to drink raw at home until my college days. I did not have regular access again until I got my own cow in 2001. As soon as I got her broke to milk, we were drinking real milk again.
I taught my sons to milk. My daughers and wife love it. My wife had chronic bowel problems and if she has our raw milk daily 90% of those problems disappear. I have about 20 to 32 ounces of raw milk every day. I am a big guy, very active and have no blood pressure or cholestorol (SP?) problems. I do raise my own beef, chicken, eggs and milk.
My best raw story is about a neighbor girl, a classmate of my youngest son. She was 14, shinny, with dull hair and poor skin tone and a ton of allergies. I met her mom at a school function and suggested she try her daughter on a little raw milk and gave her a gallon. They were reluctant at first because the girl had been allergic to store milk. When she did not get sick from increasing amounts they soon had her drinking a couple of gallons a week.
Within a year she went form 90 pounds to 125 (she is 5'7" so that is still pretty slim), she started having a period and her skin, hair and muscle tone improved dramaticly. Her stamina also took a huge jump. After two years on raw milk my cows all went dry and she resumed a nonraw diet with no problems. They do call and get a couple of gallons when I have it and she says she feels a lot better when she has raw. The peditrician had sent her to 3 specialests at great expense and no results. 'nuff said.
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