opinions expressed in the following articles do not necessarilly reflect
the views of all SERV members.
Soul Meets Body
By Vasu Murti
Sacrifice in Islam
By Norm Phelps
Use a Sharp Knife: Animals and Islam
By Norm Phelps
On “Direct Action” Activism:
Why violence should never be an option
By Bruce Friedrich and Peter
Release (January 1, 2002)
as a Vegetarian Tibetan Buddhist Practitioner: A Personal View
and Your Diet, is there a Connection?
A Spiritual Imperative?
Silence Promotes Violence
Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman
Ourselves, Nourishing Others: How Mindful Food Choices Reduce Suffering
Nothing Sacred? Religion and Animal Liberation
Universal Prayer Circle for Animals
Judy Carman and Will Tuttle
Order of the Cross
to Encourage Christians to be Vegan
God Support Factory Farms?
Reasons Jews Think They Should Not Be Vegetarians (And Why They Are Wrong)
Ellen G. White
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