Maligning and Denigrating Animals

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Maligning and Denigrating Animals
Comments by Sparrow R. Jones - 7 Aug 2007

On 8/6/07, Steve Kaufman wrote:

I think I know where this hostility comes from. Many anti-animal people are self-described Christians, and in addition these Christians are the hardest for secular animal activists to talk to because there is little common ground for discussion. Bible-based Christians find non-biblical, secular arguments irrelevant, and the secularists find the Bible irrelevant.

That makes a lot of sense. And I guess the only way to show that not all Christians are like that is to continue to quietly but visibly be a different kind of Christian and hope it eventually makes a difference.

In Christ, Sparrow

-- "Is not this the fast that I have chosen? to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke?" -- Isaiah 58:6

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