Building a better world for animals and humans
The story of a great Medieval priest for the ages
A Fairy Tale about hunting and the magic of the power of truth
Why hunting is the polar opposite of Christianity Christians
THE CRUEL SCIENCE
The book recounts the history of animal research from ancient times to the present. It provides an overview of the history of animal research starting with the ancient Greeks and offers a unique perspective on the impact of Aristotle’s hierarchical view of nature on animal research that continues to the present day. The book shows that animal research claims that language is a prerequisite for consciousness cannot be maintained in light of the evidence.
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WHERE FLEW THE SPARROW
When Jesus spoke about animals it was always with kindness and respect. Why then, are Christians today so indifferent to the brutalization of animals and their suffering, showing care and concern only for their own household pets?
The author makes the case that the early church fathers abandoned the teachings of Jesus and adopted in their place Aristotle's
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SO YOU VANT TO CONDUCT DER ORCHESTER is a musical spoof on conducting. Drawing on his many years experience as an orchestral musician, author David Irving has created this humorous portrait of a conductor, Herrn Professor Van Von Unordnung, lecturing on how to become famous like him. While the reader will have to decide whether Van Von Unordnung's advice leads to fame and fortune like he claims, it does lead to a good time carried forward by Van Von Unordnung's antics. For those who enjoy having a little fun in their reading, this may prove to be a worthy adventure.
This is a reconstruction of Chapter 5 of the author's book The Cruel Science: Animal Research from Aristotle to the 21st Century.
This book tells the story of animal trapping starting at the beginning more than 80,000 years ago. It will bring readers face to face with trappers and into close contact with the business of manufacturing fur while dispelling some of the common myths associated with trapping. And it will ask why the Congress of the United States is unable to break off its romance with this cruel industry and put the trapping of animals to an end. No argument can
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THE PROTEIN MYTH
An incisive analysis of current key public health concerns, deserving a must-read recommendation.
Dr. Samuel S. Epstein, recipient Right Livelihood Award (Altrnative Nobel Prize)
IS IT CHRISTIAN TO HUNT
....very well-written and thoughtful book makes a convincing argument...We should be grateful to writers like Irving... for providing the arguments we need to show that oppression and abuse of nonhuman animals fundamentally violates Christian ethics.
Stephen R. Kaufman, M.D. Co-Chair
Christian Vegetarian Association
UNTYING THE KNOT OF
Just who were our prehistoric ancestors and how did they perceive life around them? What is their legacy to us both good and bad? This book takes us back to the dawn of human existence to trace the path of human interactions with the animal kingdom. It shows how humans managed to coexist with humans for millions of years. Then started the sequence of events leading to an ever widening divide between humans and animals. It began with the development of language.
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Peter Jenkins is a bright and rising star in the world of academia when he learns that some very cruel animal experiments are being conducted at his university. Caught in an act of civil disobedience, he is arrested and prosecuted under the 2006 Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act. The novel addresses a multiplicity of questions concerning science and animal research and explores the meaning of the AETA for civil liberties and the kinds of actions that are required for repealing this infamous and unconstitutional act.
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IN THE SHADDOW OF THE INNOCENTS
Trappersville, USA is a well-researched, vivid portrayal of trapping from prehistoric times to the present....This short book will go a long way toward putting an end to trapping once and for all by exposing what goes on "beyond the scenes."
Marc Bekoff, author of The Emotional Lives of Animals and Rewilding Our Hearts: Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence