Why Every Christian Should Be a VeganWhy Every Christian Should Be a Vegan



This book takes a Scriptural approach to the subject of humanity's treatment of animals, what God desires from us, and what the Bible says about it all.

Author: Ryan Hicks

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ISBN: 1794217444

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Today much of Christendom is closely associated with the eating of animals. Some churches even have hunting and fishing trips. Meat, eggs and dairy are a staple in most professing Christian's diets. Is any of this in line with God's will or pleasing to Him? Could it be that so many passages of Scripture that traditions have told us are teaching the ethics of killing animals are actually stating something completely different? This book takes a Scriptural approach to the subject of humanity's treatment of animals, what God desires from us, and what the Bible says about it all. If you have been raised thinking that animals are here to be food for humans or for our entertainment, then by reading this book you will discover many edifying truths.There are so many topics covered that almost every question one could have about veganism from a Christian perspective is answered.The contents of the book are: Introduction Chapter 1: What Is Veganism? Chapter 2: Terms Used Chapter 3: What Is Meat? Chapter 4: What Is God's Diet For Humanity? Chapter 5: What About Noah's Allowance To Eat Flesh? Chapter 6: How Animal Flesh Gets To Your Plate Chapter 7: Eggs And Dairy Must Be Humane, Right? Chapter 8: Factory Farms Are The Problem, Not Family Farms? Chapter 9: What About Honey? Chapter 10: God's Original Provision For Israel Was Vegan Chapter 11: Animal Sacrifice In The Bible Chapter 12: Animal Sacrifice And Flesh Eating Go Together? Chapter 13: Is All Animal Flesh A Sacrifice To Idols? Chapter 14: Compassion Towards Animals In Scripture Chapter 15: Fish In The Bible Chapter 16: Do Fish Lives Matter? Chapter 17: The Feeding Of The Multitudes Chapter 18: Did Jesus Eat Fish? Chapter 19: Is There A Parabolic Reason For The Fish? Chapter 20: Jesus And Fishing Chapter 21: Did Jesus Eat Lamb On The Passover? Chapter 22: Jesus And The Swine Chapter 23: Cain And Abel's Offerings Chapter 24: Did John The Baptist Eat Bugs? Chapter 25: Is Veganism Is A Doctrine Of Devils? Chapter 26: Foods Cannot Defile? Chapter 27: Eating Meat Or Not, Does Not Matter? Chapter 28: Jesus And The Moneychangers Chapter 29: Peter's Vision Chapter 30: Daniel's Vegan Diet Chapter 31: All Things Are Pure? Chapter 32: Vegans Have Weak Faith? Chapter 33: Paul Says To Eat Flesh? Chapter 34: Jesus Is The Good Shepherd Chapter 35: The Lust For Flesh Brought Destruction Chapter 36: The Bread of Life Chapter 37: The Nazarite Was Vegan Chapter 38: Elijah And The Ravens Chapter 39: God Made Clothing From Animal Skins? Chapter 40: What About Noah's Animal Sacrifice? Chapter 41: The Deserted Island Scenario Chapter 42: What About Hunting? Chapter 43: But Animals Eat Other Animals Chapter 44: The World's Apathy Is Contrary To Christ Chapter 45: Early Christians On Veganism Chapter 46: Animals Have Immortal Souls Chapter 47: God's Covenant With Animals Chapter 48: The Health Consequences Of Eating Flesh And Benefits Of Being Vegan Chapter 49: The Environmental Benefits Of Being Vegan Chapter 50: Where Do Vegans Get Their Protein From? Chapter 51: Where Do Vegans Get B12? Chapter 52: If Vegans Do Not Like Animal Flesh Then Why Eat "Meat" Substitutes? Chapter 53: What About Leather, Wool, Silk, And Down? Chapter 54: What About Lab Grown Flesh? Chapter 55: What About Animal Population Control? Chapter 56: What About Insects? Chapter 57: What About Mice, Rats, And Other "Pests?" Chapter 58: Is Having Pets Vegan? Chapter 59: What About Zoos And Aquariums? Chapter 60: Are Cosmetics Vegan? Chapter 61: I Should Go Vegan, But I Love The Taste Of "Meat!" Chapter 62: I Want To Go Vegan, But I Am An Athlete! Chapter 63: What About Speciesism? Chapter 64: Miscellaneous Questions And Answers: Chapter 65: Concluding WordsChapter 66: Miscellaneous Thoughts On Christian Veganism

Why Every Christian Should Be A VeganWhy Every Christian Should Be A Vegan



This book takes a Scriptural approach to the subject of humanity’s treatment of animals, what God desires from us, and what the Bible says about it all.

Author: Ryan Hicks

Publisher: Ryan Hicks

ISBN:

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Page: 439

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Today much of Christendom is closely associated with the eating of animals. Some churches even have hunting and fishing trips. Meat, eggs and dairy are a staple in most professing Christian’s diets. Is any of this in line with God’s will or pleasing to Him? Could it be that so many passages of Scripture that traditions have told us are teaching the ethics of killing animals are actually stating something completely different? This book takes a Scriptural approach to the subject of humanity’s treatment of animals, what God desires from us, and what the Bible says about it all. If you have been raised thinking that animals are here to be food for humans or for our entertainment, then by reading this book you will discover many edifying truths. There are so many topics covered that almost every question one could have about veganism from a Christian perspective is answered. The contents of the book are: Introduction Chapter 1: What Is Veganism? Chapter 2: Terms Used Chapter 3: What Is Meat? Chapter 4: What Is God’s Diet For Humanity? Chapter 5: What About Noah’s Allowance To Eat Flesh? Chapter 6: How Animal Flesh Gets To Your Plate Chapter 7: Eggs And Dairy Must Be Humane, Right? Chapter 8: Factory Farms Are The Problem, Not Family Farms? Chapter 9: What About Honey? Chapter 10: God’s Original Provision For Israel Was Vegan Chapter 11: Animal Sacrifice In The Bible Chapter 12: Animal Sacrifice And Flesh Eating Go Together? Chapter 13: Is All Animal Flesh A Sacrifice To Idols? Chapter 14: Compassion Towards Animals In Scripture Chapter 15: Fish In The Bible Chapter 16: Do Fish Lives Matter? Chapter 17: The Feeding Of The Multitudes Chapter 18: Did Jesus Eat Fish? Chapter 19: Is There A Parabolic Reason For The Fish? Chapter 20: Jesus And Fishing Chapter 21: Did Jesus Eat Lamb On The Passover? Chapter 22: Jesus And The Swine Chapter 23: Cain And Abel’s Offerings Chapter 24: Did John The Baptist Eat Bugs? Chapter 25: Is Veganism A Doctrine Of Devils? Chapter 26: Foods Cannot Defile? Chapter 27: Eating Meat Or Not, Does Not Matter? Chapter 28: Jesus And The Moneychangers Chapter 29: Peter’s Vision Chapter 30: Daniel’s Vegan Diet Chapter 31: All Things Are Pure? Chapter 32: Vegans Have Weak Faith? Chapter 33: Paul Says To Eat Flesh? Chapter 34: Jesus Is The Good Shepherd Chapter 35: The Lust For Flesh Brought Destruction Chapter 36: The Bread of Life Chapter 37: The Nazarite Was Vegan Chapter 38: Elijah And The Ravens Chapter 39: God Made Clothing From Animal Skins? Chapter 40: What About Noah's Animal Sacrifice? Chapter 41: The Deserted Island Scenario Chapter 42: What About Hunting? Chapter 43: But Animals Eat Other Animals Chapter 44: The World's Apathy Is Contrary To Christ Chapter 45: Early Christians On Veganism Chapter 46: Animals Have Immortal Souls Chapter 47: God’s Covenant With Animals Chapter 48: The Health Consequences Of Eating Flesh And Benefits Of Being Vegan Chapter 49: The Environmental Benefits Of Being Vegan Chapter 50: Where Do Vegans Get Their Protein From? Chapter 51: Where Do Vegans Get B12? Chapter 52: If Vegans Do Not Like Animal Flesh Then Why Eat "Meat" Substitutes? Chapter 53: What About Leather, Wool, Silk, And Down? Chapter 54: What About Lab Grown Flesh? Chapter 55: What About Animal Population Control? Chapter 56: What About Insects? Chapter 57: What About Mice, Rats, And Other "Pests?" Chapter 58: Is Having Pets Vegan? Chapter 59: What About Zoos And Aquariums? Chapter 60: Are Cosmetics Vegan? Chapter 61: I Should Go Vegan, But I Love The Taste Of "Meat!" Chapter 62: I Want To Go Vegan, But I Am An Athlete! Chapter 63: What About Speciesism? Chapter 64: Miscellaneous Questions And Answers: Chapter 65: Concluding Words Chapter 66: Miscellaneous Thoughts On Christian Veganism

A Call To Christian VeganismA Call To Christian Veganism



This book lays out a plain case for the compassion, love, and mercy that is the foundation of the Christian faith and how that applies to our dealings with animals.

Author: Ryan Hicks

Publisher: Ryan Hicks

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Many have wondered if veganism is compatible with Christianity. Others have asserted that animals were put here for humans to use and eat. The Scripture plainly reveals God's eternal will for humans and animals, what He originally intended them to eat, and how He wanted them to interact with one another. This book lays out a plain case for the compassion, love, and mercy that is the foundation of the Christian faith and how that applies to our dealings with animals. If you are a Christian who ever wondered about veganism this is the book for you!

A Call To Christian VeganismA Call To Christian Veganism



I have dealt with all those questions and passages of Scripture in my over 400-page book titled “Why Every Christian Should Be A Vegan,” which you can get ...

Author: Ryan Hicks

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ISBN: 9781678187408

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Page: 44

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Many have wondered if veganism is compatible with Christianity. Others have asserted that animals were put here for humans to use and eat. The Scripture plainly reveals God's eternal will for humans and animals, what He originally intended them to eat, and how He wanted them to interact with one another. This book lays out a plain case for the compassion, love, and mercy that is the foundation of the Christian faith and how that applies to our dealings with animals. If you are a Christian who ever wondered about veganism this is the book for you!

You May Be Broke But You Deserve To Be Rich You May Be Broke But You Deserve To Be Rich



If you are going to become a success in life and become rich, you must incorporate some ... “Why Every Christian Should Be A Vegan” which you can get at ...

Author: Ryan Hicks

Publisher: Ryan Hicks

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Many Christians believe they are called to be broke, but the blessing of the Lord makes one rich (Proverbs 10:22). Why are more Christians not rich then? There are many issues that can lead to a person being broke. Things such as unenviable circumstances, economic downturns, and subconscious beliefs can all make it seem impossible for a broke person to become rich. This book will show you that it does not matter who you are, what obstacles you face, or how much money you have today. You deserve to be rich and by reading this book you will learn how to put yourself on the path to success, happiness, and wealth!

The Lord Christ Jesus Was a VeganThe Lord Christ Jesus Was a Vegan



all others in order for all to realize the full and eternal universal salvations ... growth and strength in the infinite and eternal Christ Jesus and should ...

Author: Saba

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781420813029

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Page: 432

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It's springtime and Mrs. Webster's fourth grade class is excited to find feathery new residents in their school courtyard after Memorial Day break. But their plans to learn more about the ducks, and even go outside to sketch them in their sketch- pads, are quickly interrupted by an unforeseen accident. So what do you do when a bunch of baby ducklings fall down a drain? That's exactly what some of the children of Suregood Elementary are wondering. Daniel and his friends face a dilemma. Should they help (if so, how?), or should they let nature take its own course . . . ? This book was written in honor of the intrinsic fascination with animals that children possess. It is natural for young children to want to help them, keep them, name them, pet and hold them, and ultimately love them. This book is written with the desire to teach respect for both wildlife and domestic animals; with the understanding that we share this world with them, that we all have a purpose and a place here.

The Christian Vegan Revised PsalmsThe Christian Vegan Revised Psalms



Every God-created and Christ Jesus– redeemed being should only identify with the saved soul and express the true perfection of God.

Author: Saba

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1418493554

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Page: 200

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This book is a must-read for all groups of people. It clearly shows how the Creators will for all beings is always good, and why the laws of God forbids any animal and nature abuse. It also explains how Christianity, the science of God (Christian Science), and the vegan way of life are all based on the same biblical principles. Most of the psalms in this book are carefully revised and edited, in order to bring forth more of their spiritual meaning. These potent songs comprise the gospel of nature, the spirit, and the sentiments of all living beings, through Christ Jesus, the perfect psalmist. Moreover, the book shows the Lord Christ Jesus to be the only true savior, shepherd, cowherd, and the best friend of all the animals and Gods universe. It also acknowledges the signs and the wonderful works of the Lord Holy Spirit, in the world today. In short, the reader can learn more from this book, how to worship the Holy Father of the anointed in righteousness, how to be saved from the second death, and how to work for lasting peace, full redemption, and healing of the universe by adapting the Christian vegan and the scientifically sound way of life.

The Vegan BibleThe Vegan Bible



The Vegan Guide to the Holy Scriptures leads you down a path towards The Garden of Eden.

Author: Norval Huskey

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1537260812

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Page: 302

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The Vegan Guide to the Holy Scriptures leads you down a path towards The Garden of Eden. That fantasy land of Peace and Loving-kindness may be our next evolutionary step. Most people realize that the way the world of Death and Disease has taken over is not right or healthy in any way. The Veganism Movement will heal mankind thus healing the world as well. The modern thinking Vegan is ready to meet and overcome any non-Vegan resistance by learning every thing connected to the purpose of Veganism. There is a spiritual side of Veganism to consider and The Vegan Bible is a great place to begin researching the real history of our Mother earth and Father God. Most people never knew that the God of The Holy Bible is Vegan. This one little fact changes the face of society from innocent meat eaters to a mob of evil dead-flesh worshipers, especially the ones that refuse to accept the truth of our Vegan world. Don't be one of them. The right way is always the best way to live and enjoy the good health and clean conscious that the Vegan way of life represents. Now you will have all of the Vegan Holy Scriptures at your fingertips to rise over anyone whom decides to support their meat eating habits by miss-quoting The Holy Scriptures. The Vegan Bible proves that God and Jesus Christ are Vegans as well as some of the Holiest Prophets. Was Cain really the cold hearted monster we were taught he was or was he just an angry Vegan unwilling to control his temper? And who is this Lord God character that keeps on trying to ruin everyone's lives? Was Jesus Christ targeted by the religious leaders of His time for taking a firm stand against animal sacrifices? Did He offer his life as a one time human sacrifice to try and save them. By threatening the financial security of those selling the sacrificial animals this put a price on his head. His teachings of Love were not only aimed at people but they were for all living creatures. His personal sacrifice did put an end to most religiously motivated animal sacrifice in the world. Before Jesus Christ there was only a blood thirsty Lord God to pay off with daily sacrifices which was for sale at the Holy Temples. Now we face a world lost in a cloud of ignorance teaching our children it is normal and right to consume dead animal flesh and this has got to stop. We must learn everything there is to know about Veganism so we can begin to heal our world and save our souls. I have dedicated the rest of my life to the study and research of the Ancient Vegan Creation Story as it is found in every copy of the Bible that exist. Proving that we have an all-loving Father God that is Vegan was only the beginning of what I have discovered. The magnitude of this one important fact has yet to reach the ears of the normal every day church goer. The implications of the facts presented in the pages of The Vegan Bible is destined to cause some uproar with the religious institutions and their religious dogma. Why was it such a crime in the dark ages to be a Christian? Did the term Christian mean Vegan and were they hunted, tortured, burned and killed for the same reason that Jesus Christ was. Have you ever seen a normal person go into a fit of rage when you tried to explain Veganism to them? The Vegan Bible will help answer many religious questions and provide morally correct Vegan answers. It used to be just a matter of Faith but now the Medical Science is proving our Vegan heritage. Veganism is growing and it will influence the greater populations of every country. I hope that you are ready for The Vegan Apocalypse. Thank You.

Holy Vegan EarthHoly Vegan Earth



They should not charge money, donation or salary. Any guru ... All the TV evangelists who take any money from people, all Christian priests, Moslem Mollas, ...

Author: God Creator of Universes

Publisher: Moses Messenger of God

ISBN: 9781718092365

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Page: 801

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Soon The Judgment Day of the Creator will happen. Billions of corpse-eaters, evil spirits from hell who have possessed human bodies and they are killing animals and eating corpse of animals will be executed and sent back home, to Hell for punishment and education. This is an extremely painful education. Be Warned. This Judgment Day of the Creator was mentioned by me, Moses 3300 years ago and by Jesus 2000 years ago and by Mohammad 1400 years ago. Holy Vegan Earth, the last book of the Creator that updates all previous books, Quran, Bible and Torah was revealed to me, Moses and I wrote it from 2012 to 2018. Book contains guidelines. It contains Theological, Philosophical and Scientific content related to the subjects of some educational stories. It contains a long story that started in 7000 BC and continued to my next appearance on the Earth as Moses in 1300 BC and now, again as Moses to warn people about the soon happening Judgment Day. Book contains a True Story. Fiction, it is not. Two conditions should apply then you will survive. (1) Belief in the Creator (2) Be a Vegan, that means you learned a simple lesson from Eleven Commandments that I brought for you from the Creator. Yes. 11 Commandments, not 10. The 11th Commandment is You must be Vegan. You should not kill any innocent human animal or other animals. Those who violate the law will be executed humiliatingly and burned in hell for eternity. Book contains many paintings that I created to accompany the Theological content to make it easier to digest and many Plans for Vegan Activists. Ve establish the Vegan Earth by Genocide. This is my wish. When the Creator will do it is out of my jurisdiction. However, you have no excuse any more. You are warned clearly. You like it or not, do not matter. This is plan of the Creator typed by Moses Messenger of the Creator in 2012-2018 from direct communication with the Creator, the Unified Field, the Unity, Creator of Universes. If you are atheist, I have included seven proofs of the existence of the Creator in this book. Some are complex Mathematical proofs and some are simple. Depends on level of your intelligence you can find a proof that you can understand. Read, learn, understand and surrender to words of the Creator and Prophet of the Creator, Moses. Go Vegan, you will live. Stay corpse-eater, you will be eradicated like bacteria and will be burned in hell. Use your brain. You will find logic and reasoning in this book. Convert to Vegan. Convert to a believer in the Creator. If you do not use your brain, in hell you will learn by pain. Evidence and Proof is the only important matter. The Unified Field is God. The Unified Field is the Creator of Universe. In this book of God, the Sixth Book of Moses, I included the evidence and proof that I am communicating with the Unified Field. It is a two-direction communication. I proved I am Moses. Belief without reasoning and proof worth zero. Vegans who are believers in the Creator will inherit the Earth. Rest of humans will be wood for fire of hell. 01 - 110 - Ve start with 110. There is hope. 02 - 112 - Only if the 112, God helps. And He promised to do so. 03 - 097 - Revelations in uncountable nights of determination. 04 - 094 - I am here, again, Moses has one command, Go Vegan or go to Hell. 05 - 106 - Be afraid of one who is friend of the Creator of Universes. Love for Animals. Death to Corpse-Eaters. 06 - 108 - I am grateful. Ve use Your resources only for Justice for Animals. 07 - 113 - Ve count on You. 08 - 114 - Ve are aware and do the best that can be done. 09 - 109 - Kill them all. 10 - 111 - Hell for them is Justice. 11 - 110 - Ve Own the Earth. Animal Rights, Vegan, Ve inherit the Earth. Ve count on Your Power. Second column are representative of numbers described in the book. The last seal arrived in a 97 and ended in 110. Wait for the Judgment day. Soon. I am waiting. ... .. .

The Routledge Handbook of Vegan StudiesThe Routledge Handbook of Vegan Studies



Neither proclamations against Christian veganism nor declarations mandating ... and every tree with seed in its fruit; you shall have them for food.

Author: Laura Wright

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000364583

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This wide-ranging volume explores the tension between the dietary practice of veganism and the manifestation, construction, and representation of a vegan identity in today’s society. Emerging in the early 21st century, vegan studies is distinct from more familiar conceptions of "animal studies," an umbrella term for a three-pronged field that gained prominence in the late 1990s and early 2000s, consisting of critical animal studies, human animal studies, and posthumanism. While veganism is a consideration of these modes of inquiry, it is a decidedly different entity, an ethical delineator that for many scholars marks a complicated boundary between theoretical pursuit and lived experience. The Routledge Handbook of Vegan Studies is the must-have reference for the important topics, problems, and key debates in the subject area and is the first of its kind. Comprising over 30 chapters by a team of international contributors, this handbook is divided into five parts: History of vegan studies Vegan studies in the disciplines Theoretical intersections Contemporary media entanglements Veganism around the world These sections contextualize veganism beyond its status as a dietary choice, situating veganism within broader social, ethical, legal, theoretical, and artistic discourses. This book will be essential reading for students and researchers of vegan studies, animal studies, and environmental ethics.

The Lord Christ Jesus Was a VeganThe Lord Christ Jesus Was a Vegan



This book raises many interrelated important issues in life and tries to clarify the spiritual facts and to tie the loose ends, according to the wisdom of Divine Love.

Author: Saba Alemayehu

Publisher:

ISBN: 142081303X

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Page: 432

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This book raises many interrelated important issues in life and tries to clarify the spiritual facts and to tie the loose ends, according to the wisdom of Divine Love. The good news about Lord Christ Jesus being a vegan (a strict vegetarian), for Biblical reasons is expounded in this book so all nations can immediately convert to the Christian vegan religion of heaven; for the sake of God's Justice that must be served on earth. The book indeed is a must read for all people because the entire creation including mankind has only one Savior to understand, obey, learn from and follow in order to do God's will, to be justified of sins and to see the Kingdom of God in righteousness. Since science also belongs to Christianity and this true faith is about universal redemption, the pages of this book discuss in detail the interests, the well-beings and the freedom of all creatures. The main points discussed in here, from the Christian vegan perspectives are: why mankind should live to honor God, about the universally abiding laws given us by the supreme Creator, the Christian justice, the importance of Church unity, nutrition, balanced diet and related issues. The pages loudly echo the spirituality of animals and the normal feelings of all that live; encouraging mankind to choose environmentally friendly products and services instead of animal products or animal services. Every violent sport and entertainment that involves animals is denounced together with the modern day idolatry and animal slavery; urging God fearing people to actively love and defend all animals and the universe in the Holy Name of Christ Jesus now and always. The goal of the book is to help the entire human race grasp the urgency of the animal right issue so all can repent together, start to pray unceasingly, watch and work in order to heal the damaged environments spiritually also work to restore world peace, order, equality among the earthly dwellers and lasting harmony. This book is indispensable for Bible scholars also for all God fearing people; it is animal friendly and can easily be used as a reference book or to instruct kids and adults in the non-violence principles of Christianity.

Is God a Vegetarian Is God a Vegetarian



Christianity, Vegetarianism, and Animal Rights Richard A. Young ... will be convinced , even by the recipes Young helpfully appends to every chapter ...

Author: Richard A. Young

Publisher: Open Court Publishing

ISBN: 0812693930

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Page: 187

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Young, "gives us a fresh reading of the Jewish and Christian traditions on animal-related issues, correcting misguided Christian views on the relation between humans and animals, while facing up to the hard questions for Christians who want to embrace vegetarianism as a morally responsible way of life."--Cover.

Vegetarian TimesVegetarian Times



He feels that the attitude of Christianity toward animals has been the ... for the nonhuman creation throughout the Christian tradition, there can be little ...

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To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.

Vegetarian and Vegan Diets Your Questions AnsweredVegetarian and Vegan Diets Your Questions Answered



Like Judaism, Christianity prohibits cruelty to animals. Jesus taught his followers to love and have compassion and mercy for all others.

Author: Alice C. Richer

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440870996

Category:

Page: 128

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While following a plant-based diet can provide many health and environmental benefits, vegetarians and vegans are at greater risk for certain nutritional deficiencies. They may also face challenges when grocery shopping, dining out, and interacting with friends and family. More and more Americans are reducing or completely eliminating meat and other animal products from their diet. Some are motivated by concerns surrounding animal welfare and the environmental impact of meat, while others hope to improve their health by following a plant-based diet. Although a vegetarian or vegan diet can provide many benefits, it can also pose unique challenges and health risks. Part of Greenwood's Q&A Health Guides series, Vegetarian and Vegan Diets: Your Questions Answered follows a reader-friendly question-and-answer format that anticipates readers' needs and concerns. Prevalent myths and misconceptions are identified and dispelled, and a collection of case studies illustrates key concepts and issues through relatable stories and insightful recommendations. Each book in the series also includes a section on health literacy, equipping teens and young adults with practical tools and strategies for finding, evaluating, and using credible sources of health information both on and off the internet—important skills that contribute to a lifetime of healthy decision-making. Explores the history and benefits of yoga while offering practical advice for starting and maintaining a yoga practice Makes the subject approachable and accessible through a simple Q&A format Helps readers to hone their research and critical thinking skills in a Guide to Health Literacy section Presents real-world examples of concepts in case studies Dispels popular misconceptions surrounding plant-based diets and points readers toward accurate information in a Common Myths section

Thinking Veganism in Literature and CultureThinking Veganism in Literature and Culture



Towards a Vegan Theory Emelia Quinn, Benjamin Westwood ... warfare or arguments over Christian or vegan ethics.55 Thus, the term apologetics can refer not ...

Author: Emelia Quinn

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319733807

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This collection explores what the social and philosophical aspects of veganism offer to critical theory. Bringing together leading and emerging scholars working in animal studies and critical animal studies, Thinking Veganism in Literature and Culture shows how the experience of being vegan, and the conditions of thought fostered by veganism, pose new questions for work across multiple disciplines. Offering accounts of veganism which move beyond contemporary conceptualizations of it as a faddish dietary preference or set of proscriptions, it explores the messiness and necessary contradictions involved in thinking about or practicing a vegan way of life. By thinking through as well as about veganism, the project establishes the value of a vegan mode of reading, writing, looking, and thinking.

Christian Paths to Health and WellnessChristian Paths to Health and Wellness



... to con— clude that one in every nine college students is a vegetarian just ... Vegetarians who include milk and egg products in their diets can meet ...

Author: Peter Walters

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9781450424547

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Page: 311

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"Christian Paths to Health and Wellness, Second Edition," helps readers embrace the concepts and lifestyle choices of health and well-being as part of the Christian life. This text contains the latest information about nutrition, physical fitness, and emotional wellness plus practical tools and inspiration to help readers make gradual and permanent change.

I Will Abolish the BowI Will Abolish the Bow



Christians often think vegans eat nothing more than twigs and berries. ... In my experience, in the standard American diet, all meals revolve around the ...

Author: Matthew A. King

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781666700299

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Page: 148

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To be designated a "person" carries with it enormous social and legal entitlements. Christians may be surprised to discover that the Bible considers animals "persons." I Will Abolish the Bow details this biblical personhood and demands that humanity reverses course on its exploitation and irresponsible dominion over animals. Filled with educational rebuttals and thoughtful discourse, this book is certain to challenge traditional Christian teachings on animals. This book is guaranteed to satisfy Christians who desire justice for all of God's creatures.

Living Vegan For DummiesLiving Vegan For Dummies



Here are just a few of the many religions that have adopted vegan or vegetarian lifestyles: ✓ Buddhism: Buddhists believe that every person should try to ...

Author: Alexandra Jamieson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470522141

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Page: 384

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The fun and easy way® to live a vegan lifestyle Are you thinking about becoming a vegan? Already a practicing vegan? More than 3 million Americans currently live a vegan lifestyle, and that number is growing. Living Vegan For Dummies is your one-stop resource for understanding vegan practices, sharing them with your friends and loved ones, and maintaining a vegan way of life. This friendly, practical guide explains the types of products that vegans abstain from eating and consuming, and provides healthy and animal-free options. You'll see how to create a balanced, nutritious vegan diet; read food and product labels to determine animal-derived product content; and stock a vegan pantry. You'll also get 40 great-tasting recipes to expand your cooking repertoire. Features expert guidance in living a vegan lifestyle and explaining it to friends and family Includes proper dietary guidelines so you can get the nutrition you need Gives you several action plans for making the switch to veganism Provides parents with everything they need to understand and support their children's choices With the tips and advice in Living Vegan For Dummies, you can truly live and enjoy a vegan way of life!

Encyclopedia of Social DevianceEncyclopedia of Social Deviance



Nearly every religion has a vegetarian society, even if that religion does not prescribe ... Organizations such as the Christian Vegetarian Association, ...

Author: Craig J. Forsyth

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483364698

Category:

Page: 864

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Social deviance—any behavior that violates a cultural norm—can involve something as major as crime or as minor as consistently and deliberately wearing lively mismatched socks. Whether a crime, a sin, or simply unique taste, what’s considered deviant at one time and place can change, as when extensive tattooing and "body art" evolved from a sideshow carnival spectacle to a nearly universal rite of passage within U.S. culture. Drawing contributions from across the social and behavioral sciences, including sociology, anthropology, criminology, politics, psychology, and religion, the Encyclopedia of Social Deviance introduces readers to the lively field of rule-making and rebellion that strikes at the core of what it means to be an individual living in a social world. Key Features: More than 300 articles authored by key figures in the field are organized A-to-Z in two volumes. Each article concludes with cross-references to related entries and further readings. A thematic "Reader’s Guide" groups related articles by broad areas (e.g., Concepts; Theories; Research Methodologies; Individual Deviance; Organizational Deviance; etc.) as one handy search feature on the e-Reference platform, which also includes a comprehensive index of search terms. Available in both electronic and print formats, this two-volume, A-to-Z encyclopedia set is a must-have resource for students and researchers who seek to understand social deviance. Key Themes: Crime, Property Crime, Sex Crime, Violent Crime, White-Collar/Corporate Defining Deviance Deviance in Social Institutions Deviant Subcultures Discrimination Drug Use and Abuse Marriage and Family Deviance Measuring Deviance Mental and Physical Disabilities Methodology for Studying Deviance Self-Destructive Deviance Sexual Deviance Social and Political Protest Social Control and Deviance Studying Deviant Subcultures Technology and Deviance Theories of Deviance, Macro Theories of Deviance, Micro Transitional Deviance

Philosophies of MulticulturalismPhilosophies of Multiculturalism



Similarly, Genesis 1:29 ordains a vegan diet: “I give you every seedbearing ... that Christian love should first and foremost be directed toward Caucasians, ...

Author: Luís Cordeiro-Rodrigues

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781315516363

Category:

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This edited collection offers a comparative approach to the topic of multiculturalism, including different authors with contrasting arguments from different philosophical traditions and ideologies. It puts together perspectives that have been largely neglected as valid normative ways to address the political and moral questions that arise from the coexistence of different cultures in the same geographical space. The essays in this volume cover both historical perspectives, taking in the work of Hobbes, Tocqueville and Nietzsche among others, and contemporary Eastern and Western approaches, including Marxism, anarchism, Islam, Daoism, Indian and African philosophies.