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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by Wolfgang, Aug 24, 2005.
I'm offended about PETA, too. (3 more weeks 'til archery season...)
I'm a vegetarian...well,I'm not a strict vegetarian...I eat meat.
I am particuliarly appalled by their stance in funding terrorism. Look at this challenge.
Just put up two ladderstands this morning...
Man, every time I see a PETA ad or commercial, I get so choked up that I can barely finish off my hamburger. But I do anyway. Then I go get another one. I believe in the ethical treatment of animals, too. According to my book of ethics (the Bible), these animals were given for food to humans. So pass the plate.
Yeah, but not until after the Flood.
I don't think we'll be eating meat in heaven.
PETA is in down here in little Casper Wyoming boycotting the Barnum and Bailey Circus.
Put up a huge banner on a main intersection then chained and shackled a NEARLY NUDE woman to it. Topless, skin-colored shorts.
Did get everyone's attention
Don't think anyone looked at the sign. Would post a digital pix but it would not be appropriate for the BB.
Just give us the link Dr. Bob!
Sorry, these are part of the 1250 PERSONAL pix I took to verify this tragic event.
Well, there is animal abuse in circuses and in the meat industry. I don't think God is for animal abuse.
No He just told the Israelites to kill animals and burn them on the altar, hair, skin, guts and all as an act of worship.
There is animal abuse in homes and yards and farms all around the world. God is not for it, either.
But the point is GOD GAVE US ANIMALS TO EAT. And we should not assume a false guilt by some looney-tunes who say that Tyson killing a million chickens in Arkansas is WORSE than Hitler killing a million Jews in Auschwitz.
THAT is PETA.
No He just told the Israelites to kill animals and burn them on the altar, hair, skin, guts and all as an act of worship. </font>[/QUOTE]Yes, that was to show the awful price of sin.
Yes, God gave animals to eat after the flood. But that doesn't mean abuse is okay, and it does go on.
I never said I agreed with PETA's statements like the one you quote above. I am only making a point about animal abuse.
It seems that Christians in WY would be more concerned about the entrenched paganism there than a demonstration by PETA.
Entrenched Paganism in Wyoming?
Care to enlighten us?
Perhaps on a different thread...