Tagged: animal theologians

A Pastor Explains Why He’s Vegetarian

In a series of blog posts, evangelical pastor Greg Boyd explains why he went, and stayed, vegetarian. The First Fruit of the Coming Non-Violent Creation by Greg Boyd “A society’s moral progress is best...

Pray Ceaselessly and Eat Justly

Eating Our Environmentalism at Every Meal by Bruce Friedrich “God has showed you, O human, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? Only that you act justly, love mercy, and...

Sarx Interview with Professor David Clough

David Clough, Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chester spoke with the UK-based charity Sarx (Greek for “flesh”) about his passion for animal theology, Karl Barth, and his commitment to a peaceable...

Carlos Malave: A Theological Reflection on Creation Care

Carlos L. Malavé is the executive director of Christian Churches Together in the USA. This interview was conducted by and originally published at JesusPeopleforAnimals.com. JPFA: Tell us a little about why you decided to adopt a vegetarian...

Holistic Vision of the Human’s Role in Creation

by Sarah Withrow King This article is excerpted and adapted from the forthcoming Animals Are Not Ours (No, Really They’re Not), Cascade Books 2015. Animals were not created for human ends, but for God’s. All...

The Church Potluck, Reimagined

by Lauren Lisa Ng Macaroni salad, tuna casserole, deviled eggs, Stroganoff meatballs, cream cheese-layered gelatin dessert. Welcome, my friends, to the church potluck. Sunday after Sunday, Christian congregations gather in their fellowship halls, loading...