The Animals' Bible

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Thirteenth Level Media, 2010 - Religion - 485 pages
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"The Animals' Bible" by Ian A. Stuart with a Foreword by the Rev. Professor Andrew Linzey of Oxford University analyzes the Bible, the Apocrypha, the Jewish Mishnah and relevant extra-Biblical books from the animals' point of view. With hundreds of chapter and verse quotations, it answers questions such as: Do animals have souls? Does God communicate with other species? Do we have ethical obligations to animals? Is the divine Spirit present in other living being? How was Jesus the Lamb of God? and Did he die for them as he did for us? It concludes with an actual "Animals' Bible."

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This truly unique book, with a Foreword by the world’s leading authority on animals and religion, the Rev. Professor Andrew Linzey of Oxford University took five years to write and answers critical ... Read full review

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Unrivaled book about every animal that shows up in the old and new testaments and other religious texts. Read full review

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Ian A. Stuart

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