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Matthew Scully's book, Dominion explores just how humanity exercises its rule over the earth.
Buckle up, because, in my humble estimation, if you have a modicum of compassion in your being, this book will change your life.
Reading a book like "Dominion", though, will completely change your views on just how evil some people can be.
it's very boring read. I love the topic, but gave up before the end of the first chapter.Published 3 months ago by Andrew W Nelson
Time to think about the Right to Life of every one of God's creaturesPublished 4 months ago by Linda L Szurley
Excellent and thought provoking book. Written by Catholic Conservative speechwriter Matthew Scully. Don't agree Mr. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jpgdog
Mr. Scully writes powerfully and with razor sharp insight of the complicated and deeply unjust relationship humans have with our animal relatives. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Book Scottie
people should continue to eat meat if they wish, but how that meat comes to be available for them to eat should not be kept a secret as it has. Read morePublished 6 months ago by garlic heart
A book everyone should read! If you haven't ever considered the impacts of your "normal" life on the rest of creation, this book will help you think again. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Darin Marley
I stopped reading the book after about 10 references to "god" I felt a highly religious undertone in this book which turned me off, I had high hopes for this read too. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Already Dead
Powerful teachings from Matthew Scully and strongly recommended for "those" who possess the sensibility to understand the Animal's language ....Published 14 months ago by Wolves
Well written, logical assesment of our current practices. Let's start listening people! God put animals here for more than use and consumption.Published 14 months ago by Rosann F. Willrodt