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Child Abuse and Fishing

Child Abuse and Fishing A few days ago when we were logging in and out of Facebook, we were greeted by an image of a little boy with a big smile on his face holding a fishing line with two fish hanging from it. The image really bothered us, and all we could think of […]

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Love and the Golden Rule

Love and the Golden Rule For the past couple of days, we’ve been talking about unconditional love being the major ingredient to fulfill the whole Law and the Prophets, as the Hebrew expresses it, or the whole of the Bible, as we would refer to it today. This is what Jesus was talking about in […]

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Unconditional Love

Unconditional Love Most people say they want love and peace and an end to violence, but when they are told what they have to do on their part, and it requires a change in their lifestyle, such as what they put on their plates, they want to put conditions upon what they have to do. […]

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Who Is More Worthy?

Who Is More Worthy? Karolin wrote us a letter about her ministry, which is usually centered on enlightening people about the plight of animals, but like so many people that we know in the animal rights movement, she has a soft heart that extends to the whole of God’s creation. “I work here at the […]

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In the Image of God

In the Image of God Are we living as though we were created in the image of God, and are we seen by others as being the image of God among them? We sure hope so, because this is the way that all other human beings and all the animals should see us. Listen to […]

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Pro-Life

Pro-Life We hear a lot of Christians claiming to be pro-life, but when we look at most of them closer, and at their lifestyles, we find that they really aren’t pro-life, for they support the killing of other living beings; all they seem to be is against human abortions. Many of them support war, or […]

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Early Christian Peacemaker – Irenaeus

Early Christian Peacemaker – Irenaeus When we look at Christianity today, we see that it’s filled with violence: our warring madness that pits one nation against another, and our exploitation of animals. Together they kill millions of humans and more than 100 billion land and sea animals every year. This was not the case before […]

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God’s Curious Remark

God’s Curious Remark In Genesis 8:20-22 God makes a very curious remark: 20 Then Noah built an altar to the LORD and, taking some of all the clean animals and clean birds, he sacrificed burnt offerings on it. 21 The LORD smelled the pleasing aroma and said in his heart: “Never again will I curse […]

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Early Muslim Vegetarian

Early Muslim Vegetarian Vasu Murti sent us an email about an early Muslim vegetarian girl, which tells a very important story: Rabi’a al Adawiyya was born in 717 AD in Basra, in what is now known as Iraq. During childhood, her parents died, and she was sold into slavery. Rabi’a was a Sufi, a member […]

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Recipes Introduction

Recipes Introduction We love to cook and experiment with all kinds of plant foods and seasonings to create delicious vegan recipes, and we’ve been doing it for more than a quarter centuary. From time to time, we will be publishing some of our many recipes on this blog. This series will be a part of […]

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