I’m not sure why this turned up on my Google Personal Homepage as news as it was simply a blurb about a book, but I decided to check out The Lord Jesus Christ Was a Vegan. I doubt it’ll be a book I ever buy, but even the blurb is enough to make someone who knows the Bible cringe in “huh?-ness.”
This book raises many interrelated important issues in life and tries to clarify the spiritual facts and to tie the loose ends, according to the wisdom of Divine Love. The good news about Lord Christ Jesus being a vegan (a strict vegetarian), for Biblical reasons is expounded in this book so all nations can immediately convert to the Christian vegan religion of heaven; for the sake of God’s Justice that must be served on earth.
According to the Vegan Society, to be vegan is to eschew animal products and byproducts of all kinds — meat, leather, milk, eggs, honey, silk, etc.
According to the Holy Bible, Jesus sat at meat in Matthew 9:10 and 26:7 (and others). When He was hungry, He was given meat, not a tossed salad (Matthew 25:35). Jesus commanded others to be given meat. Whatever the “Christian vegan religion of heaven” is, it is certainly not based upon the truths the God of Heaven has given us.
The book indeed is a must read for all people because the entire creation including mankind has only one Savior to understand, obey, learn from and follow in order to do God’s will, to be justified of sins and to see the Kingdom of God in righteousness.
To be justified from sins, all one needs to do is believe; do vegans teach a works based salvation? That would automatically condemn them as being accursed, if true. Salvation can sometimes be difficult to articulate — even by me — which can give a false impression to those not well versed in the matter already; perhaps that’s what is happening here.
Since science also belongs to Christianity and this true faith is about universal redemption, the pages of this book discuss in detail the interests, the well-beings and the freedom of all creatures.
The Earth will be redeemed by being burnt to a crisp. No animal is said to survive this, and animals which die currently die and are simply dead. No living soul.
In Genesis 9:3, animals are compared to plants — given to us for food by the Almighty of Heaven.
Animals are food, and if you deny that, you reject the Scriptures on that point, plain and simple. First Timothy 4:1–3 plainly says that if you forbid the eating of meats, you are teaching a doctrine of devils. Can it be said that vegans are satanic? According to the word of God, yes. Does your church support this movement? Do you? Be warned: It is dangerous and should be separated from.
On second though, I may very well buy the book for further research on this movement.