You can’t prove that Jesus wasn’t a vegetarian!


So many governments have launched numberless campaigns worldwide to make money that in the end will be spent on unlawful ways.

  • You dubbed "hilarious" to kill innocent and helpless animals to the men's satisfaction and greed.
  • You dubbed "hilarious" to think of Jesus as a vegetarian.
  • Can you prove undoubtedly one cannot live by eating vegetables alone?
  • Can you prove undoubtedly Jesus was not a vegetarian?
  • Can you prove undoubtedly Jesus killed animals?

PETA's people are compassionate, good-hearted, and heroic people.

Your arguments are local, Bible-based arguments and quotes. No person, even yourself, can or cannot guarantee the Bible is the ultimate truth and entirely reliable!

If you ask people if Jesus killed animals or ate meat, most people will answer Jesus did not kill animals and Jesus did not eat meat, regardless of their beliefs. Otherwise, Jesus had to be a very incoherent man. To kill and to eat his Father's creatures would make Jesus seem a very ordinary and regular man.

Jesus used to revive animals and dead people. He worked miracles everywhere. He did not kill people and animals everywhere! Jesus was not an ordinary and regular guy. He "wore" a human body, but he was God's Son in spirit.

You should spend your time saving animals and children instead of responding with arguments and quotations you cannot really prove.

I am sure most people would be horrified upon learning the Bible, religious leaders and followers agree with killing animals cruelly to cash in on or to provide meat to greedy and cruel people.

I hope that in the near future you and your counterparts change our mind and see Jesus' teaching and true purpose: Love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:37-39). "The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me'" (Matthew 25:40) -- using your own arguments! Jesus is endless love to everybody and every living thing -- people, animals, nature, the universe.


I see that you've read the article "Was Jesus a Vegetarian?" But as typically happens you saw only what you desired. My article stated that the article by Bill Broadway was hilarious (because of his twisted logic). You took that statement as saying that I found the killing of animals and the claim that Jesus was a vegetarian as being hilarious. Such is not an honest treatment of what I wrote. Given that you've shown yourself less than honest with information, I doubt I'll get through to you, but I will give it a shot.

Your third question, whether I can prove that people cannot live by eating only vegetables does not pertain to the topic at hand. But since you asked, I pointed out years ago that eating a vegetarian diet is not contrary to the teachings of the Bible. See "Are you saying God condemns vegetarians?" Didn't do your research before you came out swinging, did you?

Clearly I did prove that Jesus was not a vegetarian, that is why you condemned the fact that my arguments were based on the Bible. You further claimed disbelief in the Bible being true and reliable. Yet, what we know about Jesus is from the Bible. The original assertion by PETA was that Jesus was a vegetarian and they cited the New Testament for part of their reasoning. I took the same source that they used and proved their contention to be wrong. What is humorous is that though you claim that the Bible is unreliable, you are unable to keep from citing the same book in a vain attempt to prove your point. You can't have it both ways. If the Bible is accurate enough for you to cite as a reference, then it is accurate enough for me to point out the flaws in your reasoning from that source.

Of course, your knowledge of that book is weak. You state that Jesus revived animals, yet such does not appear in the pages of the New Testament. I showed from the Bible that Jesus ate lamb and fish. He instructed his disciples to catch fish and to butcher a lamb for the last Passover feast. He even caught fish and cooked them for breakfast.

You acknowledge that Jesus is God's Son. Then clearly Jesus would not teach contrary to God, including God's covenant with mankind through Noah. "Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. I have given you all things, even as the green herbs" (Genesis 9:3). Jesus taught his disciples and they would not contradict what their teacher instructed. "Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons, speaking lies in hypocrisy, having their own conscience seared with a hot iron, forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from foods which God created to be received with thanksgiving by those who believe and know the truth. For every creature of God is good, and nothing is to be refused if it is received with thanksgiving" (I Timothy 4:1-4).

Clearly Christianity allows butchering, cooking, and eating of animals for food. Your whining against it does not change the fact. If you wish to eat only vegetables, that is your business. If you want to argue that Christians ought to follow your made-up religious beliefs, that is my business. Your falsehoods have been exposed.

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