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Creatures of the Same God: Explorations in Animal Theology
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God is about love. God IS love. And where there is love, things such as murder, cruelty....egotism, and indifference, are not present.
So when those who operate kill 'shelters' murder animals, they are not living God's will.
When those in slaughterhouses, slit the throat of a cow, they are not living God's will.
When those who abuse, abandon or neglect animals, commit their atrocities, they also are not living God's will.
The sole way to live God's will, is to see God in EVERY individual living soul, 2 legged or 4 legged, and to treat them like the fellow Child of God that they are....equally as much as we human animals are.
To do otherwise is to betray God, and all of his beautiful four legged Children, who God loves equally as much as he loves us, His two legged Children.
My thanks to Andrew Linzey, a true Man of God, and a true friend to his Brothers and Sisters in fur.
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In this collection of essays, Linzey counters with his customary wit, erudition, and insight, some contemporary (and perhaps surprising) challenges to animal rights--from... Read morePublished on October 31, 2013 by Steve
SALUTE the author for his energy and love for animals
Just at the very early part of the book and not terribly comfortable with some points:
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