Religion is being used by animal rights groups to advance a radical agenda according to an ordained Baptist Minister.
Dr. Wes Jamison, an ordained Minister as well as a professor of Communications at Palm Beach Atlantic University, spoke at the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s eighth annual stakeholder summit, held May 12-13 in Virginia. Dr. Jamison boldly stated, "Animal rights activists are using religious messages to recruit a segment of the millennial generation that has little doctrinal anchor in order to advance their vegetarian agenda."
He went on to explain that there are two factors pushing animal rights’ groups in this direction:
Religiously devout individuals often are generous donors; and
Religiously devout individuals maintain high levels of devotion to causes for long periods of time.
Dr. Jamison warned that animal rights’ groups are intentionally selecting certain biblical passages that focus on individuals’ compassion and guilt. He concluded by cautioning, “people against buying in to such messages and encourage people to do their own review of Biblical scripture and literature.”
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