References to Food in Scripture

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References to Food in Scripture

I don't know how you can call what you do cruelty free when the fruits and vegetables you eat are still alive when you eat them. It is for that very reason that I have chosen a life of carnivorism. The decency lies in ending the suffering of the food we eat before we eat it. In the bible, genesis 1:28, it says "Further God blessed them and God said to them " Be fruitful and become many and fill the earth and subdue it, and have in subjection the fish of the sea and the flying creatures of the heavens and every living creature that is moving upon the earth. And why was god pleased with Abel's offering of firstling lamb and not pleased with Cain's offering of grain? Because God likes meat.

It has always amazed me how so many people with narrow minds can take a few scriptures from the bible and make a point. Where as if they were to read another passage, they would come to know the opposite of what they just read. God made man in his own image, and god likes the smell of burnt animal flesh, do you know why humans enjoy the smell of burnt animal flesh? Because it is food. Anyway, I could go on and on about how you are wrong for thinking that God wants us to only eat plants, But I won't because I will not lower myself to your level and try to force my beliefs on you by trying to make you feel wrong for what you do. May the light of God shine down upon you and yours.

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