Religion and animal rights

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what is animal instinct?
a fixed action or pattern. Animals are born with certain instincts which are common to all those in their breed.
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what is human intelligence?
a category of intelligence derived from information collected and provided by human sources.
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what is the defintion of the legal or moral entitlement to do or not to do something?
rights of animals
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what is the sanctity of life?
The idea that life is sacred or god-given.
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what is responsibility?
duty; the idea that we are in charge of our own actions.
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what is stewardship?
the idea that believers have a duty to look after the environment on behalf of God.
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when all members of a species have died out and will never exist again, what is this called?
extinction
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what is factory farming?
when animals are used for meat or dairy but are kept indoors in very small spaces.
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what is free range farming?
farming that allows the animals to roam free and behave naturally.
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A person who does not eat meat is called what?
a vegetarian.
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what is a vegan?
a person who will not eat any products derived from an animal.
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what is fur trade?
a business of farming or hunting wild animals for their fur to be made into clothing.
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what is the ivory trade?
the sale of ivory from elephants' tusks, often illegally.
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what is animal experimentation?
testing on animals, either for medical or cosmetic purposes, to ensure the product is safe for humans.
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what is genetic modification?
plants and animals that have had their natural makeup altered by scientists.
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what is cloning?
when plants or animals can be created with the same genetic makeup as the original, because the DNA of the original is used.
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what is a 'pet'?
a domestic or tamed animal kept for companionship or pleasure and treated with care and affection.
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what is a quote from the bible about animals?
christians believe God created the world, including animals and people, and put humans in charge.
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what does the church of england think of animals?
treat all living beings with respect: the holy spirit is present in all creation.
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what does hinduism teach about animals?
all creatures should be respected, they are part of Brahman. Samsara. Hindus have a duty to protect.
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what is a modern christian view of animals?
Animals are weak compared to humans, Jesus taught us to be kind to the weak and helpless.
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what is a Christians view of animal experiments?
animals and birds are valuable to God. Accept only for finding a cure for diseases.
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what is a Hindus view of animal experiments?
deities appear as animals, reminds worshipper of qualities in animal world. Animals should not be harmed (part of the great wheel of samsara).
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what do christians believe about animals in sport?
some believe it is justified, God told humans to bring animals under control. Others say animals are part of God's creation + humans have a duty to protect them.
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what do hindus believe about animals in sport?
hunting is cruel and unnecessary, all creatures are part of Brahman, hindus should practise non-violence (ahimsa).
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what do christians think about animals?
God created animals for humans to use, animals did not have souls; humans did. This made them inferior.
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this is great! thanks!

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