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In what ways does Judaism call for a life of compassion, peace, and service, and how does this matter to animals, the earth, and what we choose to eat? What do sacred stories and the prophets teach about how to live our daily lives, and how is this shaping the lives of Jewish activists? Enriched with thoughtful and inspiring quotes, this concise and well-written book answers all of these questions—and many more.
Animals and Judaism is part of a book series created by Tapestry as part of the in-progress Animals and Religion website. Each book in this series explores ethics and rightful relations with animals as outlined in one of the world’s largest religions, highlighting core sacred teachings (such as compassion, humility, service, and simplicity), inspiring spiritual integrity, and helping to work toward a more peaceful and compassionate world.