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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    I think you are onto something there.

    Don't tell Orion. That nut thinks ancient peoples didn't eat meat, even Jesus was a vegan according to him.
    Never read any of the fishing stories, huh?
    Last edited by Matt DilIon; 12-01-2022 at 12:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt DilIon View Post
    Never read any of the fishing stories, huh?
    Maybe they threw them all back...?

    BTW, did you ever notice that parties and events, when held by the usual omnivores, will often offer a "vegan option", but when they're held by vegans you never see a "carnivore option" offered?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Standing Wolf View Post
    Maybe they threw them all back...?

    BTW, did you ever notice that parties and events, when held by the usual omnivores, will often offer a "vegan option", but when they're held by vegans you never see a "carnivore option" offered?
    It may be if they feel as this man did:

    Pythagoras: "As long as Man continues to be the ruthless destroyer of lower living beings, he will never know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other..."
    Plant farms, animal sanctuaries by just compensation~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion Rules View Post
    The hostility shows as you fail at reading comprehension. Regarding ancient peoples there is Genesis 1. My signature does not state Jesus was a vegan but a vegetarian. Evidence is cited not just by contemporary historians but those who lived when Jesus lived and more. In my signature it is written:

    Church Fathers And Other Later Voices Affirming the Existence of the Earlier Veg Tradition

    “Jacobus [James], the brother of Jesus, lived of seeds and vegetables and did not accept meat or wine.” (Saint Augustine)

    “The consumption of animal flesh was unknown up until the great flood. But since the great flood, we have had animal flesh stuffed into our mouths. Jesus, the Christ, who appeared when the time was fulfilled, again joined the end to the beginning, so that we are now no longer allowed to eat animal flesh.” (pro-vegetarian early church father Hieronymus [St. Jerome] who apparently read the Gospel of the Hebrews and was influenced by Ebionite views)

    “The eating of meat was unknown up to the big flood, but since the flood they have the strings and stinking juices of animal meat into our mouths, just as they threw in front of the grumbling sensual people in the desert. Jesus Christ, who appeared when the time had been fulfilled, has again joined the end with the beginning, so that it is no longer allowed for us to eat animal meat.” (another version of the same passage attributed to Saint Jerome/Hieronymus)

    “Sacrifices were invented by men to be a pretext for eating flesh.” (Clement of Alexandria)

    Origen of Alexandria “…was a teetotaler and a vegetarian and he often fasted for long periods of time.” (Wikipedia, citing Greggs 2009, p. 102., and McGuckin 2004, p. 6.)

    “The steam of meat meals darkens the spirit. One can hardly have virtue if one enjoys meat meals and feasts. In the earthly paradise [Eden], no one sacrificed animals, and no one ate meat.” (Saint Basil the Great)
    "27 And he said unto him, Thy brother is come; and thy father hath killed the fatted calf, because he hath received him safe and sound."
    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke+15%3A11-32&version=KJV

    "11 And Jesus took the loaves; and when he had given thanks, he distributed to the disciples, and the disciples to them that were set down; and likewise of the fishes as much as they would."
    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage... 6&version=KJV
    ^That's a very important Bible verse; It lays out the entire plan right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt DilIon
    ^It lays out the entire plan right there.
    A world follows what you cite as "the entire plan" to wars and rumors of wars, pestilences, earthquakes in diverse places, men lovers of themselves. If one takes notice of your source, it contains contradictions, as the original plan was written over, made to be less, as one may suspect the reason. Do you see a world filled with peace or one of violence, pain, and suffering? A world is falling apart and it includes many nations.
    Plant farms, animal sanctuaries by just compensation~
    Genesis 1:29-30, 2-3, Lev. 24:18-22, Ps. 50, Isaiah 1, 11:6-9, 65, 66:3,17, Daniel 1, Hosea 2:18, Revelation 20-22
    Creation of horses: Zechariah 6:1-8, 14:20

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion Rules View Post
    The hostility shows as you fail at reading comprehension. Regarding ancient peoples there is Genesis 1. My signature does not state Jesus was a vegan but a vegetarian. Evidence is cited not just by contemporary historians but those who lived when Jesus lived and more. In my signature it is written:

    Church Fathers And Other Later Voices Affirming the Existence of the Earlier Veg Tradition

    “Jacobus [James], the brother of Jesus, lived of seeds and vegetables and did not accept meat or wine.” (Saint Augustine)

    “The consumption of animal flesh was unknown up until the great flood. But since the great flood, we have had animal flesh stuffed into our mouths. Jesus, the Christ, who appeared when the time was fulfilled, again joined the end to the beginning, so that we are now no longer allowed to eat animal flesh.” (pro-vegetarian early church father Hieronymus [St. Jerome] who apparently read the Gospel of the Hebrews and was influenced by Ebionite views)

    “The eating of meat was unknown up to the big flood, but since the flood they have the strings and stinking juices of animal meat into our mouths, just as they threw in front of the grumbling sensual people in the desert. Jesus Christ, who appeared when the time had been fulfilled, has again joined the end with the beginning, so that it is no longer allowed for us to eat animal meat.” (another version of the same passage attributed to Saint Jerome/Hieronymus)

    “Sacrifices were invented by men to be a pretext for eating flesh.” (Clement of Alexandria)

    Origen of Alexandria “…was a teetotaler and a vegetarian and he often fasted for long periods of time.” (Wikipedia, citing Greggs 2009, p. 102., and McGuckin 2004, p. 6.)

    “The steam of meat meals darkens the spirit. One can hardly have virtue if one enjoys meat meals and feasts. In the earthly paradise [Eden], no one sacrificed animals, and no one ate meat.” (Saint Basil the Great)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion Rules View Post
    It may be if they feel as this man did:

    Pythagoras: "As long as Man continues to be the ruthless destroyer of lower living beings, he will never know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other..."
    Pass me the beef tartar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt DilIon View Post
    "11 And Jesus took the loaves; and when he had given thanks, he distributed to the disciples, and the disciples to them that were set down; and likewise of the fishes as much as they would."
    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage... 6&version=KJV...
    Only bread, no fish, is mentioned in Matthew 16:9-10 and Mark 8:16-21 re: the feeding of the 5000 and 4000. More detail is in my signature.
    Plant farms, animal sanctuaries by just compensation~
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    Creation of horses: Zechariah 6:1-8, 14:20

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    https://twitter.com/WildHorseEdu

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