Frequently Asked Questions
What about interpretations of Scripture that seem to detail a continued case for animal exploitation into the distant future with the blessing of God?
Obviously those would be erroneous interpretations when many other
passages of the same Bible assert the opposite. Also, bringing an animal
before God to offer it to Him can be different altogether from slitting
it's throat. When children were brought before Jesus, He blessed them
and didn't abuse them or eat their flesh. There isn't anything that one
would bring before God through a New Testament context that would
necessitate killing it! Even when it comes to our own bodies, we're
called to offer them up as living, rather than as dead, sacrifices. And
we're distinctly told to present ourselves to God as being alive from
the dead, in the book of Romans, and our bodily members as instruments
of righteousness before God.
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