How Religions Silence the Message of Compassion for Animals

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The vegan ideals of mercy and justice for animals have been articulated for centuries, often from within the religious establishment, and it is fascinating and instructive to see how these voices have been almost completely silenced or marginalized by the herding culture. It seems to be an unconscious reflex action. For example, if we read Jesus’ teachings, we find a passionate exhortation to mercy and love, yet the possibility that the historical Jesus may have been a vegan is a radical idea for most Christians.

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One Response to How Religions Silence the Message of Compassion for Animals

  • Carole Sperdini says:

    But why was this message of love, mercy and a peaceful diet silenced by religious groups?Was it to make these religions more appealing and popular and there by easier to join and follow by the herding communities?Was it to relieve any uncomfortable dietary observances and guilt?

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