Published: Ithaca, New York, McBooks Press, 1998. Description: Marcus expertly details the negative health, environmental,
and other ethical problems inherent in modern animal agriculture. One of the
best, most concise introductions to the "new ethics of eating."
Becoming Vegetarian: The Complete Guide to Adopting a Healthy Vegetarian Diet by Vesanto Melina, Brenda Davis, and
Published: Summertown, Tennessee, Book Publishing Company, 1995. Description: This is an excellent guide to healthy vegetarian living, with recipes.
The Food Revolution: How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life and Your World by John Robbins
Published: Berkeley, Calif., Conari Press, 2001. Description: The powerful follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize-nominated classic, Diet for a New America.
Dominion: The Power of Man the Suffering of Animals, and the Call to Mercy by Matthew Scully
Published: New York, St. Martin's Press, 2002 Description: This is one of the best books ever written on the subject of animal welfare. Scully, a journalist
and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, chooses to fight on his own ground.
Good News for All Creation: Vegetarianism as Christian Stewardship by Nathan Braun and Stephen R. Kaufman
Published: Cleveland, Vegetarian Advocates Press, 2002 Description: If you need a biblical mandate for changing your diet, this book will meet that need.
It is important to read for your own good, for the good of the world, and for God's sake.
On God and Dogs: A Christian Theology of Compassion for Animals by Stephen H. Webb
Published: Oxford University Press, 1998. Description: Prof. Webb's scholarly study suggests that grace and redemption often involve loving and
compassionate relationships with towards animals.
Good Eating: The Bible, Diet and the Proper Love of Animals by Stephen H. Webb
Published: New York, Brazos Press, October 2001. Description: Webb makes cogent comments about American Christians' obsession with food (which he calls,
quite rightly, an idol) and proposes a moderate diet of "Christian vegetarianism" to reflect the
anticipated, perfect kingdom of God.
Is God a Vegetarian? Christianity, Vegetarianism, and Animal Rights by Richard Alan Young
Published: Chicago, Open Court, 2000. Description: Prof. Young makes a compelling case that vegetarianism accords with God's highest ideals.
Judaism and Vegetarianism by Richard Schwartz
Published: New York City: Lantern Books, 2000. Description: A vegetarian diet is not only consistent with Judaism but, argues Schwartz (emeritus, Coll. of
Staten Island; Judaism and Global Survival), the diet best fitted to basic Jewish values.
Why Christians Get Sick by George H. Malkmus
Published: Shippensburg, PA, Treasure House, 1995 Description: With a diagnosis of colon cancer, Rev. Malkmus launched an intensive biblical and scientific
search to find out why he, a Christian, got sick--and to possibly find an alternative treatment to the medical
profession's usually unsuccessful ones.
Animal Gospel by Andrew Linzey
Published: Louisville, Westminster John Knox, 1999 Description: Prof. Linzey argues that reverence for God and respect for God's creation mandates
respectful treatment of animals.
The World Peace Diet by Will Tuttle
Purchase here Description: This is the first book to make explicit the subtle connections between our culture, our food,
and the source of our broad range of problems, as well as the way to transform our individual and collective lives.
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