Only logical answer here so far
😆 i thought you'd say the most unnecessary one, with loads of paragraph 😜
I think that's why she asked if it is ethical, rather than if people see it as ethical.Mind if I ask if you're a moral relativist?
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Chickpeas, Moong dal is not?
It’s really easy to figure out actually, eating meat contributes to suffering, not eating meat prevents suffering. Less suffering is more ethical. It’s that simple.
I'd love to hear a counter argument from the two downvoters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PR64HGJoyk
Round of a applesauce Well said
Thanks Asker for like! Being vegan or vegetarian is good idea too though. There is no harm in trying.
Since you like meat so much. How about. Chicken, Fish, Turkey or goat meat. I don't know if that's easily available or legal at Deli in US. You are in US, right?
All are legal and can be obtained legally and easily.
Yes they're all legal here.
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They jus have no testosterone or masculinity... men are suppose to be meat hunting food gathers
That’s how we would provide for the family... by hunting sneak or wild boar or whatever
Who gives a fuck about ethics anyway. Don’t even know what that means. Nor do I care what it means. Be natural people Don’t be brainwashed by these vegan pussies
The God argument is a bit problematic as later in the book it tells you not to eat certain moving critters.
This was specific to Israel because Israel was a people chosen by God to be unique among all the nations. As such, national Israel had specific rules, including dietary laws to which it was required to adhere. Israel’s purpose was to be a witness to the other nations concerning the things of God and as such had special rules pertaining to it. The church has taken Israel’s place, and has special rules pertaining to it, but those don’t include dietary laws. In the New Testament we find:“The next day, as they were on their journey and approaching the city, Peter went up on the housetop about the sixth hour to pray. And he became hungry and wanted something to eat, but while they were preparing it, he fell into a trance and saw the heavens opened and something like a great sheet descending, being let down by its four corners upon the earth. In it were all kinds of animals and reptiles and birds of the air. And there came a voice to him: “Rise, Peter; kill and eat.” But Peter said, “By no means, Lord; for I have never eaten anything that is common or unclean.” And the voice came to him again a second time, “What God has made clean, do not call common.” This happened three times, and the thing was taken up at once to heaven.”Acts 10:9-16 ESV The church and national Israel are separate entities. The dietary laws prescribed for Israel do not apply to the church. The moral laws however apply to both.
The main task Israel was designated with was evangelism. Part of them having unique rules was for the other nations to take note of them and inquire about them so they could be told God’s statutes.The church has replaced Israel in this capacity until such time as national Israel shall no longer be apostate and accept Jesus as their messiah. I believe this will occur during the foretold coming period known as the Great Tribulation or as it is called in the Old Testament “the time of Jacob’s Trouble.” Jacob was one of Israel’s revered patriarchs and known for being a schemer prior to his conversion. After his conversion God renamed him Israel. Due to national Israel’s duplicity in their relationship to God, God often referred to Israel as “Jacob.”The church has not replaced Israel in terms of the covenant promises they received in the Old Testament only in their mission of evangelism and testimony that Jesus is the messiah and propitiation and attainment for the sins of man.Have you accepted Jesus as you Lord and savior?
We're neither carnivores nor omnivores. We're omnivores.
Edit: typoNeither carnivores nor *herbivores*
Ok so we evolved from apes because McDonald's?
Don't be facetious when all I did was point out a simple biological fact.
I'm no fan of the modern meat and agriculture industries. But pointing out that we're a naturally omnivorous species doesn't mean I'm happy about the modern food production chain or consumer habits. I'm glad you've found your own way on a vegan diet but your comparison of humans to wolves is a disingenuous mistelling of how we came to be what we are.
By the same logic I could say "elephants are vegetarians, and we look nothing like elephants, therefore we should eat nothing but red meat".
Great pointLions don’t sit around on a rock after he eats a human crying like “waa, I’m such a bad person, I killed that poor human 😭😭”Nah, they don’t give a fuck, they love the taste lol 😂. It’s jus nature
A harsh nature, but nature
@Gosceewual true. True. Sucks to be the prey. Some humans just complicate things. Like they're too bored to do anything else
yeah lol, it’s jus luck we’re on top of the food chain, and not roaming about in Africa where lions live lol
@Gosceewual I do like to picture predatory animals like cartoon characters after they eat a human like "I shouldn't have eaten that one, just too much fat not good for my diet" or "That one had an unsettling taste, I think it was unclean."
@InferiorElegy or those smokers, who contaminated their own body with nicotine 😆 just imagine.
This is a really bad argument. What other animal has a sense of ethics? Also, what other animal has slaughter houses? Or raises animals in horrific conditions their entire lives? When is the last time you stalked a prey and killed it with your bare teeth and let it bleed out in your mouth then ate it raw? Just a really bad comparison. You don't do a million things animals do but in the particular case all of a sudden you say "hey look at that animal, it does that so it must be right for me to do that too."