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Subject: Well I don't consider myself christian or belonging to any sect of christianity.


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chadi
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Date Posted: 20:30:40 01/06/03 Mon
In reply to: Sister Bunny 's message, "How about a detailed discussion about the specifics of vegatarianism?" on 19:29:47 01/06/03 Mon

My parents are maronites and maronites are part of the catholic church. However I don't believe in christianity. why? because christianity like all the so called theistic religions considers that God gave man the permission to do whatever he wants with the animals, plants, natural resources... there's no clear statement of respect to the planet he lives on.In their beliefs, the theistic religions contradict the theory of evolution well proven scientifically Besides, I don't believe that Jesus was God himself incarnated. I believe that at least he wasn't the entire truth and that's what christians claim....

Anyways, back to your question, I believe that a well balanced diet free from any animal product is the "best healthy" diet to humans. Whether man "can" eat meat or has been eating meat along man history does not contradict vegetarianism. Quality of life in terms of health, rather than survival is in question. For instance, buddhism exists since more than 500 years BC and most buddhists were vegetarians and lived long healthy lives, and many hindu also .... And diet is not enough to be energized, well being through adequate body and mind handling and control play also a crucial role... that's what i think

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Not entirely true!Sacred Poontang20:56:23 01/06/03 Mon
And sorry if I wasn't accurate....I meant in theistic religions only the "abrahamic religions"... and at the end of the first paragraph I meant that most christians believe that Jesus is the only entire truth... (NT)chadi21:36:42 01/06/03 Mon
Okay. I was really just asking about vegetarianism, and how to go about being vegan.Sister Bunny01:29:45 01/07/03 Tue


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