Do Animals Have Souls According To The Bible - Animal Souls Christian Belief

Andrew Linzey

Immortal Animal Souls: Joseph Hamilton's Animal Futurity (1877) Together With the Debate Among Karkeek,Spooner, and Manthorp on "The Future Existence of ... (Mellen Animal Rights Library Series)
(Hardcover) by Joseph Hamilton (Author), W. F. Karkeek (Editor), Rod Preece (Editor) 9/05

Do Dogs Go To Heaven? Eternal Answers for Animal Lovers
(Paperback) by Jean Holmes (Author), Norma Jean Lutz (Editor) 12/99

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The Souls of Animals
by Gary Kowalski, Art Wolfe (Photographer), Tom Regan 54 1/99
I stumbled upon this book on accident. As an animal lover, it looked appealing to me though I expected it to be a generic, feel-good read. I was quite surprised! When I read the information that Kowalski had compiled, I cried. The chapters explore our questions on just how perceptive and emotional animals are. Do they feel a sense of love? Are they aware of death? Why do they play? When I read the stories that the author relates, such as the family of elephants who buried the dead and Koko the female lowland gorilla who learned American Sign Language, I was deeply moved. I had not purchased this book planning a lifestyle change but that is precisely what happened. Knowing what I do now about the intelligence and passion of animals, I am a vegetarian, living a happier, healthier life.

The Bible According to Noah: Theology As If Animals Mattered
by Gary Kowalski 62 4/01
Gary Kowalski is one of today's wisest and best writers about animal rights, about animals' place in this world and the reasons we should respect them. Animals have always been his teachers. In The Souls of Animals, he admitted that his dog was his "spiritual guide," something not often heard from a man of the cloth. In this new book, Kowalski includes five chapters based on Biblical stories and then explains how they might be changed to better include many creatures' stories and perspectives. At the end of each, he rewrites these stories. He believes this retelling of Biblical stories is essential if we are to turn around some of our truly appalling attitudes toward other creatures and their habitats. The Bible According to Noah contains timely, kind ideas, and is one of the year's most intellectually challenging nonfiction titles.

Why Is Cancer Killing Our Pets?: How You Can Protect and Treat Your Animal Companion
by Deborah Straw, Gary Kowalski 56 11/00

Science and the Search for God
by Gary A. Kowalski 57 3/03

Souls in the Sea: Dolphins, Whales, and Human Destiny
by Scott Taylor 58 2/03

Veggie Soup for the Chicken's Soul : Shameless Visions and Prayers for World Peace, Inner Peace, and Animal Liberation
by Judy McCoy Carman 63 2/01

Peace to All Beings: Veggie Soup for the Chicken's Soul
by Judy Carman 69 6/03

Animals of the Soul: Sacred Animals of the Oglala Sioux (Earth Quest)
by Joseph Epes Brown 72 9/93

Animal Rights and Souls in the Eighteenth Century
by Aaron V. Garrett (Editor) 5/01

 

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