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Animals Are Not Ours (No, Really, They’re Not)

An Evangelical Animal Liberation Theology

by Sarah Withrow King

Imprint: Cascade Books

194 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.39 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781498201803
  • Published: January 2016

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  • 9781498201810
  • Published: January 2016

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  • 9781498286831
  • Published: January 2016

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Why should Christians care about animals? Is there a biblical basis for abstaining from eating animals? Is avoiding companies that use (and misuse) animals a viable way for Christians to better live out the message of God? In Animals Are Not Ours, Sarah Withrow King makes the argument that care for all of creation is no "far-fetched" idea that only radical people would consider, but rather a faithful witness of the peaceful kingdom God desires and Jesus modeled. This includes all living and breathing creatures that share this earth with us. King uses her decade-plus experience as a vegan, her seminary education, her evangelical Christian faith, and her years working with PETA to call Christians to examine how we treat and view the nonhuman animals with whom we share a finite planet.
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