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Good News for All Creation: Vegetarianism as Christian Stewardship Paperback – August 10, 2002
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[A} powerful testimony that becoming vegetarian strengthens one's Christian beliefs and one's personal witness of Christ's compassion. -- Keith Akers, 2002
About the Author
Stephen R. Kaufman, M.D., is a physician who has written extensively about animal experimentation and dietary issues.Nathan Braun is founder of the Christian Vegetarian Association.
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This book explains all those points in much greater detail without being too preachy or judgmental, and I think every Christian should read it.
The part that made me close the book and put it down for good, however, was the suggestion that when it was "not good for the man to be alone", the animals were the helper God provided for Adam. This helper is clearly woman. Adam had already surveyed God's animal creation and not found one like himself. This misinterpretation was too blatant to be overlooked.
Although a vegetarian diet ranks highly on my list of appropriate Christian behavior, belief in the Creation (which includes a mere few days before humans existed and NO extinction), and Christian marriage (which was instituted when God created Eve as a helper for Adam) ranks much more highly.
If the authors cannot be trusted to correctly interpret exceedingly clear and widely understood Scripture passages, their interpretation of much cloudier statistics certainly must be drawn into question.