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In his first major statement on animal welfare, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has urged justice and protection for all creatures.
Thirty years ago, very little was heard of 'animal theology', and our relationship with the natural world, both flora and fauna, was far less discussed in philosophical and policy circles.
Animal cruelty crimes should be treated with the same seriousness as crimes against humans, claims leading psychologist Professor Eleonora Gullone.
A group of theologically conservative American Christian leaders is joining with animal rights defenders to advocate against cockfighting.
Church inaction over animal welfare compounds animal cruelty, Professor Andrew Linzey, a theologian at Oxford University claims today.
Professor Andrew Linzey, an Oxford theologian and one of the world’s leading ethicists on animal issues, is to receive an award from the RSPCA.
Christians are being urged to mobilize against animal cruelty this week as churches around the country celebrate Animal Welfare Sunday.
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