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Animals are Feeling Beings Too

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animalsarefeelingbeingstoo.com

Supporting animal organizations is just one way I help animals. On my blog, I write about a wide variety of topics and types of animals, and I usually share links so you can check out the organization/topic being discussed.

 

Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals

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http://www.aswa.org.uk/

We are an Anglican (Church of England) organisation founded over 30 years ago. We are called to make Christians and others aware of the need to care for the whole of creation. In particular, we are concerned with the abuse of animals.

 

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Arnold, Revd John

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http://www.salforddiocese.net/bishop-arnold

Roman Catholic Bishop of Salford, spokesman on the environment for the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales and Chair of the Trustees of CAFOD

 

Adam, Margaret B

 

 

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http://oxford.academia.edu/MargaretAdam

Theologian, ethicist, author and former lecturer at Loyola University Maryland and the University of Glasgow. Currently Visiting Tutor at St Stephen’s House, University of Oxford.

becreaturekind.org

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http://www.becreaturekind.org

Our Mission is to encourage the church, other religious institutions, and Christians to participate in animal protection, for the health and safety of all of God’s creatures. Our core message is that we are CreatureKind  together with other animals, and ought to be CreatureKind in how we treat them.

 

Oxford Center For Animal Ethics

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http://www.oxfordanimalethics.com/home/

Our aim is to create a world-wide association of academics from all disciplines who want to pioneer ethical perspectives on animals. We intend to create a new intellectual force – a select Fellowship – composed of accomplished academics able to make the ethical case for animals.

Shepherding all God's Creatures

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W: https://shepherdingcreation.com

F:https://www.facebook.com/BeCreatureKind/

E:becreaturekind@gmail.com

We are Disciples of Jesus who love His animal kingdom!  I, Kathy, started a Spiritual venture a few years ago that has led me to this blog endeavor when one day I was awakened to the industrialization and incorporating of animals into factory settings.  Animals today are exploited on every level by man:  factory farms, vivisection, fur farms, puppy mills, canned hunting and hunting in general as a sport, animals in entertainment, and others.

Sampson, Dr Philip J.

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Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics

http://www.oxfordanimalethics.com/home/

 

 

McManus, Dr Alan

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An ex-Franciscan friar, is the author of Alchemy at the ChalkfaceOnly Say The Word and Life Choice, all of which discuss the ethical implications of the work of the American philosopher Robert M. Pirsig.

You can follow him on twitter @gumptionology

Berkman, Prof. John

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http://catholicmoraltheology.com/contributors/john-berkman/

Lecturer in Moral Theology at Regis College, University of Toronto.  Previously professor at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA and at Duke University in Durham, NC. 

 

Campolo, Dr Tony

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http://tonycampolo.org/

Professor emeritus of sociology at Eastern University, Baptist minister, author, public speaker and former spiritual advisor to U.S. President Bill Clinton

Clough, Prof. David

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http://www.becreaturekind.org/

Professor of Theological Ethics, University of Chester, President of the Society for the Study of Christian Ethics, Founder of CreatureKind, and Methodist lay preacher

Walker, The Rt Revd. Dominic

 

 

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http://www.aswa.org.uk/

https://www.rspca.org.uk/home

President of the Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals, former Bishop of Monmouth and Honorary Vice President of the 

 

Web,Stephen H.

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https://thenephesh.wordpress.com/

Author of many articles and books on animal welfare and theology including Good Eating: The Bible, Diet and the Proper Love of Animals (Grand Rapids: Brazos Press/Baker, 2001) and On God and Dogs: A Christian Theology of Compassion for Animals (With a Foreword by Andrew Linzey) (Oxford University Press, 1998)

Valerio, Dr. Ruth

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ruthvalerio.net/about-me/

Churches and Theology Director for A Rocha UK, environmentalist, theologian, social activist and author on justice, environmental and lifestyle issues.