A Powerful Voice Echoed by Today's Christian Leaders

Catholic and Protestant Christian leaders come together in defense of God's animals.

Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice. ~Jesus (John 18:37).

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Dr. Tony Campolo

Dr Tony Campolo speaks with passion and conviction on why animals and animal issues are prime theological concerns and how the work of Christ has cosmic, redemptive consequences for all creation.

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Dr. Margaret Adam

Why Should Christians Care About Animals? Dr Margaret Adam, theologian, ethicist and visiting tutor at St Stephen’s House, Oxford argues that Christians should care about animals because of who and how they are called to be.

A Powerful Voice Echoed by Today's Christian Leaders

Catholic and Protestant Christian leaders come together in defense of God's animals.

Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice. ~Jesus (John 18:37).

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Dr. Ruth Valerio

Christianity and Animals: Practical Support of God's Creatures. Dr Ruth Valerio outlines a Biblical understanding of animals and how to take practical steps in support of God's creatures.

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Rev. Steve Chalke

The Revd Steve Chalke discusses why he believes animal concerns, far from being a marginal issue, are integral to Christian discipleship and living a life of justice and compassion.

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Dr. Charles Camosy 

Charles Camosy: Is it ethical for Christians to eat animals? Should Christians Eat Animals?

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John Berkman

John Berkman, Professor of Moral Theology at Regis College, University of Toronto, brings together ethology and theology in considering what it means for animals to flourish and why this matters to God.

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Bruce Friedrich

In “The Kingdom of God is Within You: Diet as an Invocation of Christ,” Bruce Friedrich explains his reasons for believing that a plant-based diet best aligns with Biblical principles of stewardship of the earth, concern for the poor, treating our bodies as temples and compassion for animals.

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Professor David Clough

Professor David Clough argues that concern for animals is a fundamental aspect of Christian discipleship.

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Professor John Berkman

Professor John Berkman argues that the language of 'environment' is problematic in that it presupposes that humanity being at the centre with everything else as a backdrop. He also warns against the evils of factory farming.

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Rev. Andrew Linzey

Andrew Linzey: Can Christianity become good news for animals?

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Allison Covey

Christianity and Animal Rights presented by Alison Covey, MAPS, MA, PhD Candidate Regis College, University of Toronto

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Bishop John Arnold

What Place is There for Animals in Catholic Life? John Arnold, Roman Catholic Bishop of Salford, addresses animal issues and how Pope Francis’s encyclical letter Laudato Si has triggered new, pioneering thinking in regards to animals.

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Dr. Charles Camosy

A reader asks: What are the moral implications of factory farming? Charles Camosy discusses the many sins of factory farming. How does this affect our planet?

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Dr. Charles Camosy

Dr. Charles Camosy describes how the principles of Catholic social teaching and our everyday choices can lead to the suffering or flourishing of animals.

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Elizabeth Johnson

Is God’s Charity Broad Enough for Bears?

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Elizabeth Johnson

Ask the Beasts: Spirituality and the Evolving Earth

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