4 edition of Animals and Christianity found in the catalog.
Animals and Christianity
Bibliography: p. 203-205.
|Statement||edited by Andrew Linzey and Tom Regan.|
|Contributions||Linzey, Andrew., Regan, Tom.|
|LC Classifications||BT746 .A55 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||88016181|
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Christian concern about how we treat animals has increased strikingly in recent years. More and more Christians are deciding that our attitudes toward animals must change.
Here is a book that presents, for the first time, a comprehensive and well-argued theological case for the rights of animals, and offers a challenging critique of our Reviews: 3. The relationship between Christianity and animal rights is complex, with different Christian communities coming to different conclusions about the status of animals.
The topic is closely related to, but broader than, the practices of Christian vegetarians and the various Christian environmentalist movements.
Many Christian philosophers and socio-political figures have stated that Christians. Alongside the activities of organisations like the RSPCA, there was a steady stream of books where Christians argued for animal welfare and animal rights, and most writers linked animal rights to theological topics such as whether animals have a soul, that brutality is sin, and if they will be included in the general resurrection of the dead.
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The Use and Treatment of Animals Animals are of service to people, for example, for transport (1 Sam ; Esther Esther ) or for clothing (Gen ).
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This chapter discusses animals and religions, animals and belief systems, and animals and symbolism. Section include animals and religions. This encompasses animals and Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, and Buddhism including food laws, attitudes to dogs and cats, and medical drugs and supplies of animal origin.
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Christian thought was heavily humano-centric and only considered animals in relation to human beings, and not on their own terms Animals and saints Not all leading Christians disparaged animals. The problem of pain --On the pains and status of animals / The Bible --Animals are machines / René Descartes --Divine indifference / Peter Geach --The pains of animals / C.E.M.
Joad and C.S. Lewis --Explaining animal pain / John Hick --Providence and compassion / Austin Farrer --Theodicy and animal welfare / A. Richard Kingston --Part 3. Animals in Religion Devotion, Symbol and Ritual Barbara Allen Animals in Religion explores the role and presence of animals within a wide range of religious traditions, from ensouled narratives within oral tradition to religious texts, myths and accompanying of the material may have a familiar ring, such as the stories of St Francis of Assisi and Ganesha, but other, unusual facts.
Christianity And The Rights Of Animals book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book delves into the Bible and surfaces /5. You care for people and animals alike, O Lord.” Psalm (New Living Translation or NLT) I am a Christian and, in fact, very recently accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior and every morning (sometimes, every second of every day), I turn over my life and will to Jesus’ Care and Control.
I also love God and I love humans. And I love animals, sometimes referred to as nonhuman animals.Animals and humans look to God for sustenance (Ps.
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