Saturday, 25 December 2010

Merry Christmas!

Just a little Christmas Day post to wish all my fellow vegans and christians a very happy christmas time! May your day be filled with compassionate cooking, love and laughter.

Here's a link to a wonderful christmas post by Ben of Not One Sparrow. Enjoy. :)

Peace and goodwill to you all. :)


  1. Hayley, thanks so much for sharing this post! A belated merry Christmas to you, and a most happy 2011 as well! best wishes, Ben

  2. I recently posted a selection of historical veggie-Christian campaign material from Britain on my blog which highlighted Christmas celebrations ('Christian vegetarianism - an archive).

    For those who may be interested the theme is further explored in my recently published book: 'Familiar Strangers: The Church and the Vegetarian Movement in Britain (1809-2009)'.

  3. I have recently become a Vegan and am also a Christian and so many people have told me that the 2 don't go hand in hand. Is that crazy or what? I am looking for a church that is not so "New Age" Christian but really believes that Jesus is our Lord and Savior, that He died for our sins and that He is the ONLY way for us to have salvation. Does anybody out there know of a web-site that has church listings or a way of finding Vegan/Vegatarian Christian churches in the San Antonio, Texas area. ANY sugesstions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks and God bless.

  4. All Christians were Vegan, yet they crucified that part of it. (John 3:16) This is so important to me because I do care. I don't want something to happen to you. Look at it closely. Share it with the family. This is the key to the real ancient Jews. I would like to send you this; it is important. Here is the quail that the people with Moses ate, one of the cleanest animals in the Bible. The Jews ate the quail and died spiritually, although they were allowed to.
    (Numbers 11:31-35) In the Law of Moses, all animals which ate meat were considered unclean. If a bird ate meat, then it was unclean. The people were allowed to eat animals if they were clean, but in the Bible, to eat means to read. (Revelation 10:8-11) (Ezekiel 3:1-2) What it meant is that if the animal was clean, then the people could read it, and follow its eating habits to find healthy food to eat. I am a real Jew, spiritually and in lineage. Not something to be great by. It is a simple truth. Jews didn't eat meat, they were all Vegan. (2 Corinthians 4:3) That is the truth about Jews. I have also been studying the Talmud on Apostacy and eating meat. This isn’t an attack. Apostacy came upon by going back to meat, even though they were forced to when taken to Babylon. They forgot and went back to sleep like in the book of Jeremiah. All Jews were Vegan. They did not murder animals, and they did not steal from animals. Homey meant wisdom. And milk meant the pure love of scripture, as well as there were other types of milk that the Jews made.


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