Before I get started on the topic and my point of view, I want to say this: If you're here just to brag about your sense of anti-religion and make a bunch of ~edgy~ jokes, That doesn't go to say that if you're not religious that I or others don't care about your opinions.
I would also like to say that I'm not like, super dubstep frag-video levels of pro at my religious texts.
So, as you may or may not know: The original followers of the god of Abraham, the Hebrews, did not, among other things, eat pork. Then our next in the line of prophets comes along, Jesus. Suddenly, the followers of Jesus begin eating pork again. Later, the final prophet comes along, Muhammad. The Muslims do not eat pork.
I am starting to believe that we (Christians) should not eat pork. When was it ever said that it is acceptable for one who worships the god of Abraham to do so?
I'd love to elaborate even more, but I do believe I've made my point and properly laid out a debate. If I could improve this post, let me know.