"The person who sins breaks God's law. Yes, sin is living against God's law." (1 John 3:4 NCV)
"'Of the animals that live in the sea or in a river, if the animal has fins and scales, you may eat it. But whatever lives in the sea or in a river and does not have fins and scales -- including the things that fill the water and all other things that live in it -- you should hate. You must not eat any meat from them or even touch their dead bodies, because you should hate them. You must hate any animal in the water that does not have fins and scales." (Leviticus 11:9-12 NCV)
I would say yes.
I also find it funny that Christians claim the laws pertaining to food were only for the Jews. Here is the first time food laws are given.
"Everything that moves, everything that is alive, is yours for food. Earlier I gave you the green plants, but now I give you everything for food. But you must not eat meat that still has blood in it, because blood gives life." (Genesis 9:3-4 NCV)
I have to ask, how may Jews were alive when Noah came off the ark? None, and that means this law had to be for everyone, not just Jews. In verse eight and nine, God says, "Then God said to Noah and his sons, "Now I am making my agreement with you and your people who will live after you." (Genesis 9:8-9 NCV) We are all descended from Noah, so this must be for all of us. But how many "Christians" go to Burger King or Wendy's and order a burger that was cooked with the blood still in it? It just shows how little many "Christians" read the Bible.
The New Century Verson of the Bible