In this video, Dr. Charles Blackstock addresses the question of why Baptists eat pork despite the Law of the Old Testament stating not to. He explains that many laws in the Old Testament were specific to the culture and time of the Jews and their style of worship. In the New Testament, God joined both Jews and Gentiles into one body called the New Testament Church. Under the New Testament, some moral laws are still upheld, but other practices and ceremonial laws have been relinquished. Therefore, we are free to eat the things that God allows, and we are free to worship every day, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the Lord's day.