are dedicated to cruelty-free living through a vegetarian - vegan lifestyle
according to Judeo-Christian ethics. Unconditional love and compassion
is the foundation of our peaceful means of accomplishing this goal for
all of God's creatures, whether human or otherwise.
by Boria Sax, Mercy College, in Society & Animals Journal.
chapter of six-volume historical compilation by Aaron V. Garrett of Boston
web site provides Animal Rights supporters “Sound Bites” that can be used
to discuss Animal Rights effectively with Religious Christians.
Voice.com is the offspring of The Animals Voice Magazine, an internationally
acclaimed, mainstream-awarded animal rights newsmagazine which was published
between 1986 and 1997.
spiritual evolution towards a more peaceful, compassionate, and just world.
information about vegetarianism and animal welfare. Includes both doctrinal
and practical materials and links to sites with general resources.
good reasons for Buddhists to consider vegetarianism.
Christian Vegetarian Association
is a web site for people interested in vegetarianism, simple living, and
other aspects of compassionate living. The chief spiritual focus
is Christianity, but other religions are touched on as well.
may be a Hindu already and not know it. Dedicated to bringing you
the most authoritative, highest quality information about Yoga spirituality
available anywhere on the Internet.
by Norm Phelps, founding member of SERV and former spiritual outreach director
of The Fund for Animals.
for Helping Animals in Israel
for Life as the name suggests is a unique project for bringing food and
life to the needy of the world through the liberal distribution of karma-free
to Hindu solidarity, culture and the dissemination of the vast and timeless
knowledge of our great Sanatana Dharma to all the people of the world.
The goal of
www.hindu.org is to publish
and connect all Hindu organizations, leaders and resources such as news,
events, publications, Vedic sciences, art, music and culture on the Internet's
World Wide Web.
Articles offering biblical and theological support for vegetarianism and animal rights.
diverse collection of articles on religious vegetarianism.
beautiful religion of Islam has always viewed animals as a special part
of God's creation. Both the Qur'an and the Hadith offer many examples of
kindness, mercy, and compassion for animals.
Spirit Limited is a non-profit company dedicated to the promotion of Jainism
in the western world.
pertaining to Jerold Daniel Friedman v. Southern California Permanente
Medical Group, et. al.
Are the Merciful.
read and learn about the growing Jewish vegetarian movement, and think
about how Jewish teachings relate to decisions we make everyday as we sit
down to eat. As Rabbi Isaac ha-Levi Herzog said, "Jews will move increasingly
to vegetarianism out of their own deepening knowledge of what their tradition
commands... A whole galaxy of central rabbinic and spiritual leaders...has
been affirming vegetarianism as the ultimate meaning of Jewish moral teaching."
Jewish Vegetarian and Ecological Society (IJVS)
website serves as an information source and ordering mechanism for the
book: "Kindness to Animals and Caring for the Earth: Selections from the
Sermons and Writings of Latter-day Saint Church Leaders" by Rick D. Stratton
Jews for Animal Rights
a moderated discussion group on animal rights and religion.
and Religion, with links to information on books and other web sites on
about Americans' attitudes toward animal testing and the moral rights of
to vegetarianism as a Buddhist way of life, shakbar.org takes its name
from Shabkar Tsodruk Rangdrol (1781-1837), the great Tibetan yogi who espoused
the ideals of vegetarianism.
Volunteers for Animals
Volunteers for Animals promotes vegetarianism within the Tibetan community
and the rights of all sentient beings "from the smallest of ants to the
largest of animals like the elephant or whale."
vision of the Tree of Life Foundation is to create a living experience
of spiritually awakened, sustainable, healthy living for the individual
and the planet. We serve to provide people of all faiths, religions, and
spiritual paths a direct experience of what it means to live a quality
of life that is healing on all levels -- from the agricultural interests
of our society to personal and emotional health and spiritual awareness.
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS
"UFETA is a group of
concerned Unitarian Universalists and UU friends who believe that the movement
to end animal abuse presents us with one of the most pressing moral issues
of our time." Among UFETA's aims: "To encourage UUs and others to explore
and adopt a more humane lifestyle, focusing on ethical consumerism, vegetarianism,
the use of cruelty-free products and the development of alternatives to
the use of animals in research and products testing."
New Creation" -- sermon by Gary Kowalski of the First Unitarian Universalist
Society of Burlington.
to the House of God, where all species are created equal.
page on the Jewish religious case for vegetarianism. “A whole galaxy of
central rabbinic and spiritual leaders … has been affirming vegetarianism
as the ultimate meaning of Jewish moral
teaching.” -- Rabbi Isaac Ha-Levi Herzog, Former Chief Rabbi of Israel.
English version of the Hindi book.
support center and resource guide for both the vegetarian Buddhist and
those with questions about vegetarianism in a Buddhist context.
show OF the people, BY the people and FOR the people-worldwide"
interviews with John Robbins, Richard Schwartz (SERV) and other vegetarian
and animal rights leaders.
for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
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