The Vegetarianism of Jesus Christ
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The Vegetarianism of Jesus Christ The Pacifism, Communalism and Vegetarianism of Primitive Christianity by Charles P. Vaclavik

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Published by Kaweah Pub Co .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL8448394M
ISBN 100945146019
ISBN 109780945146018

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The story of Jesus multiplying fish and bread, not to mention the Passover lamb, argues against vegetarianism too. In a vision to the apostle Peter, Jesus declared all foods to be clean, including.   Regardless, the book truly makes compelling arguments that vegetarianism was intrinsic to Christ's message of love and compassion for the world, and that gentleness toward animals is a prominent theme in Christ's parables. For anyone wanting to know the real history of early Christianity, this book is both an essential and a "fun" read. First published in with the title "The Vegetarianism of Jesus Christ," this second edition has much additional material and substantial revisions which have made the book more interesting, more provocative, and more persuasive.5/5.   Below see the sections titled, Jesus Stopping Animal Sacrifice in the Temple, The Biblical Basis For Vegetarianism, and, Uncovering a Vegetarian Jesus (Yeshua) at the Beginning of : Santmat.

Both Hegisuppus and Augustin testify that the first head of the church in Jerusalem after the death of Christ, namely Christ's brother James the Just, was a vegetarian and raised as one! If Jesus's parents raised James as vegetarian then it would be likely that Jesus was also so raised. Since Jesus was born under the Law, he participated in the Passover meal, which required a lamb to be slaughtered and consumed (Ex 12). The Last Supper was one such meal (Lk , 15). But this was not Jesus’ first taste of lamb, since he had celebrated Passover annually since childhood (Lk ). Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find The Vegetarianism of Jesus Christ: The Pacifism, Com () by Vaclavik, Charles P/5(2). OK, let's say, for the sake of argument, that the "loaves and fishes" explanation holds water (I don't think it does, but let's assume). There is still the matter of John > Jesus said to them, “Come and have breakfast.” None of the disci.

  Jesus Christ was a vegetarian saint, rabbi, and mystic. Lived: 7. Jesus of Nazareth, also known as Jesus Christ, is the central figure of Christianity and is revered by most Christian churches as the Son of God and the incarnation of God. Islam considers Jesus a prophet. -wiki. Reaching vegetarians with the life-changing gospel message of Jesus Christ. by Nathan Braun "If what I eat causes anyone to stumble, I will never eat meat again." (1 Corinthians ) Until recently, relatively few Christians have tried to directly reach vegetarians with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Jesus was born in a Jewish society that would have followed a kosher diet. Such a diet includes the eating of meat. Though the Bible does not specifically state that Jesus ate lamb, we know that Jesus ate the Passover meal, which traditionally includes lamb (Exodus ; Mark ).   The Bible says that in the earliest days of creation, all of God’s creation (even animals) were vegetarian. When God blessed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, He said to them: “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be food for you.