I have a good friend who is in the midst of hunting (bow season). He and I were totaling up the cost to bring down a single deer, and found that by the time he paid the fees, the feeder, the feed, the blind, the "game clothes," the equipment, the time off work, the lease fees, the food for camp, processing of the kill(s), and on it goes - he could buy groceries for nearly six months and meat for the year. Remember, we were not discussing just bow season, but the whole hunting season. Also, that the expenditures are made whether a kill is realized or not. The questions are: 1) Is hunting wise stewardship of the funds God grants? 2) Should "wild" game be put into specific "parks" in which a "hunter" can cut expenses, satisfy the urge to kill, and have the meat processed? 3) Does God endorse hunting for sport when food can be purchased? 4) Is there specific Scriptures to address any of the above questions?