Debates about abortion, euthanasia, and the recent case of Alfie Evans all turn on the question of personhood.
We all agree murder is wrong, but what counts as murder? 709 more words
Perhaps the most famous explicit application of vegetarianism in the Bible is that of Daniel: as an Israelite arriving in Babylon, he continually ties to preserve his identity in God, and uses his distinction – first his physical perfection and intelligence, and then his strict vegetarianism – as a means of showing to the Babylonians the authority and power of his God, and the wisdom he provides. 1,035 more words
Many Christians seem insistent, most notably in social gathering, I never forget I am a vegan; a distinction which, though often announced in affection, I am often very quick to downplay from fear of providing the impression to those in earshot who know me less or not at all that my identity lies in my diet over the inheritance I have received Christ. 289 more words