Why Do Christians Think Humans Are Special and Does This Impact Concerns for Our Environment?

Why Do Christians Think Humans Are Special and Does This Impact Concerns for Our Environment?

Why Do Christians Think Humans Are Special and Does This Impact Concerns for Our Environment?

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Cold case detective, J. Warner Wallace, answers questions following a presentation at Ohio State University. Why do Christians think humans are special compared to other animals? Doesn’t this notion allow humans to abuse other species from a position of “superiority”?

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1 thought on “Why Do Christians Think Humans Are Special and Does This Impact Concerns for Our Environment?

  1. Szusza Webster

    I think we also have some kind of moral obligation to any domesticated animal, because they aren't really a part of nature as in the natural world, but have been given to us (like sheep were) for certain purposes, to care for, protect, and as far as using for work animals, or clothing or meat, or milk, etc., we have an obligation of mercy. Even God said not to muzzle the ox while he's treading out the corn. And as for the question of whether there will be animals in heaven, all I can say is I know there are horses according to the book of Revelation, so why not others?

    February 11, 2021 at 10:17 pm Reply

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