Animal Rights and Confined Animal Agriculture
Stephen M. Vantassel gave an talk on the Effects of the Animal Rights Movement in Society on October 27, 2011 outside Renssalear, IN.
He explained how the animal rights movement is trying to use religion to expand support for their opposition to the use of animals for food and other practices. Stephen noted how they have had some success in convincing Evangelicals as well.
Stephen, who wrote Dominion over Wildlife? An Environmental-Theology of Human-Wildlife Relations (Wipf and Stock, 2009), provided several reasons from Scripture and Ethics to show how the animal rights movement is fundamentally at odds with the Christian faith (despite what some Christians think).
Additional information can be obtained at http://www.stephenvantassel.com
About the Author
Stephen M. Vantassel specializes in wildlife damage management andwelcomes opportunities to explain how animal rights and its surrogate, animal protection, is dangerous to humans, the environment, and Christianity.