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  1. Adolf Hitler thought Albert Einstein’s scientific discoveries were mere “Jewish science” and thus not applicable to gentiles. This is the mentality of meat-eating Christians towards vegetarianism, which they regard as a sectarian (like circumcision) dietary restriction (like “keeping kosher”), rather than as a universal ethic for all mankind (like abstaining from cannibalism).

    Meat-eating Christians relegating animal rights and vegetarianism solely to Judaism are thus as bigoted as Hitler.

    The sad irony here is a lot of liberals see abortion as sectarian, too! They dismiss abortion as a “Catholic issue” or a fundamentalist Christian issue or say if you’re not born again, you don’t have to be pro-life.

    If vegetarianism were solely about “fit” or following a peculiar set of “dietary laws” why would pro-lifers be offended by pro-choice vegetarians and vegans?

    They’re offended because THEY KNOW vegetarianism involves the animals’ right to life, and thus these pro-choicers appear to value animal life over human life under some circumstances.

    And issues like animal experimentation, circuses, and fur have nothing to do with diet, eating, nor food, but DO involve the animals’ right to life.

    Sometimes being lighthearted gets the point across to Christians that vegetarianism is not about “dietary laws” but about the animals’ right to life, like Steve Martin in the ’70s asking, “How many polyesters did you have to kill to make that suit?”

    Leonardo Da Vinci, Count Leo Tolstoy, Mohandas Gandhi, George Bernard Shaw, Percy Shelley, Susan B. Anthony, Rosa Parks, etc. were all vegetarian, and none of them were Jewish nor Muslim.

    At the end of 2007, shortly before moving to Israel, Pete Cohon of Veggie Jews in San Francisco said to me, “PETA’s not Jewish.”

    When I told Jim Frey of Berkeley Pro-Life that animal issues are secular and nonsectarian and thus applicable to *everyone* including atheists and agnostics, he said, “Well, just like with abortion.”

    Pro-lifers must not play a sectarian game with animal activists. Saying, ” *Your* religion says it’s wrong to kill animals, mine doesn’t…” is pointless when someone from a differing denomination could just as easily say, “Your religion says it’s wrong to kill the unborn, mine doesn’t.” There are pro-choice Protestant denominations, like the United Church of Christ.

    As an animal advocate and a secularist, I’ve never understood the attempts of pro-life Christians to unsuccessfully deflect the issues of animal rights and vegetarianism by depicting them solely as someone else’s “religious belief” which they think doesn’t apply to them.

    A lot of people look at abortion that way, too, you know!

    On the other hand, perhaps pro-life Christians *do* see the abortion issue as sectarian.

    My friend Ruth once told me when she was doing sidewalk counseling outside an abortion clinic with a couple of other Christians, these Christians were saying to her:

    “We only want to prevent *Christian* women from having abortions…”

    “I guess that leaves me to minister to the pagan!” said Ruth lightheartedly.

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