The Religious and Philosophical Case against Meat Eating
Ethical and Moral Questions and Answers
By Emil Edward Kusel
The Bible says: Be not among eaters of flesh.
''Humanitarian Philosophy'' has taught me that God and conscience are in unison. I would have liked to condemn the writer for opening my eyes to the truth, but the Lord is on his side.
''Humanitarian Philosophy'' is an eye opener for the true religionist who never before thought on the wickedness of killing.
''Humanitarian Philosophy'' is a blessing for those who wish to live the Christ life, although it will not appeal to the religionist who is inhumanly self-righteous.
Since digesting ''Humanitarian Philosophy'' I know a conscientious person can read the stinging truth without a selfish protest. The truth is mighty.
''Humanitarian Philosophy'' at first reading made me angry, but praise God, the vegetarian's heart is in the right place.
''Humanitarian Philosophy'' is an inspiration.
The Bible says: God blessed every creature.
Thou shalt not kill.—Bible.
The individuality created by God is not carnivorous.—Mary Baker G. Eddy.
Kill not but have regard for life.—Buddha.