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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Have Angela Simmons Embrace Eastern Philosophy Thinking?

After becoming a vegetarian last month Angela Simmons sign a pledge with  PETA that she would not eat meat.  Angela Simmons is the younger daughter of Rev. Run and is one of the Pastry shoes designers.   Young Angela decided to promote her vegetarian lifestyle with a strong message: “Eating Meat Is a Sin”. 

Let me say if you're young and you get a wild idea you would like to pose nude for the world to see.  At least do it in good taste like Angela did. The“Adam and Eve” inspired ad for PETA features Angela posing with a single vine down her body, holding an apple.  Personal I think the pictures for the ad are done in good and wonderful taste.

 Now lets talk about her idea that "Eating Meat Is a Sin." I really believe Angela has mixed up her Christian belief  with her Eastern thinking. The Bible never stated that eating meat is a sin.
"I really want people to know what happens to animals … Animals have feelings, and I think it's important we take action," Angela explains. Angela believes that God's creatures deserve love and compassion and wants to raise awareness about the billions of cows, pigs, chickens, and other animals suffering on factory farms.
The Bible warns us that in the last days there will be a host of doctrines that will point man away from the truth, instead of towards it. One of these such doctrines, is the worship of the "deity of nature."   Vegetarianism is a part of the belief and idea that all of nature is God. I know while this may sound nice, it simply is not true. Any time a religious belief  Eastern philosophy , elevate animals, even insects, to equal status with humans it is no longer Christianity.

 Angela  idea and thinking really prevents her from knowing God as He is. God is not in everything He created. However He's reflected in everything He created. The Bible never said eating meat is a sin. God's original and perfect plan excluded the eating of flesh. However, because He Himself has given us permission to eat flesh, it should not be considered wrong or a sin. (Romans 14:2-3) ((((Thanks for the email!)))

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