Matthew C. Halteman, Professor of Philosophy at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, reflects upon God’s abundant love for creation and how veganism can offer an opportunity to model the Judeo-Christian vision of shalom.
The Revd Mia Smith reflects upon God’s purposes for all creatures and how, this Lent, Christians might anticipate and gesture towards the liberation of creation by carefully considering their food choices.
The Revd Janey Hiller considers the true meaning of Lent and how this season offers an opportunity to reconsider our relationship with God and all His creatures.
The Revd John Ryder considers the beauty of creation and how Lent offers an opportunity to re-examine our lives, beliefs and practices in relation to all God’s creatures.
The Revd John Ryder reflects upon his lifelong love of animals, biblical understanding of God’s purposes for the world and commitment to a vegan diet.
Fr John Chryssavgis explores the rich tradition of the Desert Monastics and their relationship to animals and the natural world.
Dr Philip J. Sampson FOCAE, writer and lecturer on animals and animal ethics explores the impact of climate change, the benefits of plant-based diets in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and why Christians should be concerned about species extinction.