Animal Gospel

They shall not hurt nor destroy in all My holy mountain,
For the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord
As the waters cover the sea. ~Isaiah 11:9

Frequently Asked Questions

If this is true, then how could so many Christians have possibly been wrong about this?

Christians have seldom had a unity of doctrine in matters beyond what are deemed to be "Christian essentials", such as the perfection of the Son of God and the sufficiency of His Blood and Conquest of Death to bring new life to all of humanity. Beyond the first two or three verses of 1 Corinthians 15 there have always been differences of doctrine, based on the circumstances that influenced ideas about how to apply the concept of the Christian atonement to all areas of life and being, both publicly and privately. When you think about how little unity that there's been among Christians on anything that would approximate "in depth" doctrine, it's only a testimony to the Presence, Power, Faithfulness, and Eternal Purpose of Christ that there's even such a thing as any kind of Christian-presence any where at all. Christians for centuries have differed on how to pray, how to fast, how to give [and it's outcome], how to baptize, what constitute "Christian evidences", etc., etc.

The fact that Christians have differed on this point as on a million other points of faith and practice says nothing regarding Christian sanctification or the validity of this teaching and conviction of the Hosea 2:18 covenant that I'm bringing forth by the Power of the Holy Spirit.

That there have been Christians all throughout Christian history that have seen more of God's purpose and grace towards animals than their contemporaries are easy to document.


Go on to Martin, how did you come to this place of having this much love for animals? I can't see myself ever getting there!
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