Re: Genesis 9:1-4 - A Commentary on God's Concession to Eat Flesh by Frank L. Hoffman
Would you then say, Frank, that a teaching on "God's creation intent" would be pretty important for a Christian vegetarian movement that has an actual creation, not merely a creation narrative which would be explained psychoanalytically, as in Bonhoeffer (and Bultmann)?
Is there reason for a CVA booklet on "God's creation intent"?
You and Dr. Kaufman and many others at CVA and SERV have very different understandings of what Christianity is, though you're all vegetarians (vegans?) and do believe that Christians ought to be vegetarians (vegans?).
If so, if there's good reason for a CVA booklet on "God's creation intent", would there not be reason for a differentiation of "God's creation intent"? for various species (and what evidence or even textual basis could there be for doing such an intense evaluation on God's will for various species of personhood?