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Humane Religion Magazine

November - December 1996 Issue

Table of Contents

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EDITORIAL: Compassion for all beings: an ancient tradition.

A SAVIOR IS BORN: Both human and nonhuman beings attended the birth of the Promised One.

THE FORGOTTEN BEGINNINGS: Our Judeo-Christian heritage has been “purged” of its nonviolent tradition.

HUMAN AND ANIMAL ABUSE: The social sciences are discovering the links between all kinds of cruelty.

FROM THE PULPIT: Humane Spokesmen, past and present

THE DUTY OF MERCY: An eighteenth century cleric challenges believers to fulfill their God-given responsibility to animals.

THE VEGETARIANISM OF JESUS CHRIST: Research that reveals the pervasiveness of vegetarianism in early Christianity.

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