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From: Starcett
To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Sunday, February 07, 2016 9:30 AM
Subject: About your “vegan” post

Hi, I am not Christian but an agnostic athiest.

However I do have to say that I totally agree that being judgemental and being militant will get one nowhere.  I am terribly sorry on behalf of the hatred you have recieved from vegans.

I am a non-judgemental vegan myself.  

Just want to clear up one thing (and to me Anita could have explained it better), veganism is causing the least amount of harm possible to the animals and the entire planet, whith all that is available to you.  I personally view animals as sentient beings.  Now I am not trying to turn them into humans, but I truly believe that they should be left alone.  I know that animals and humans are very different, but according to research I have done, I truly believe that they are just as sentient as we are.

Having said that, I agree that not everyone can sustain on a vegan diet, and I also respect that humans are natural omnivores.  I also would never call anyone names or send Death threats all bc I disagree with the other.  That is not even close to constructive.

I wish you nothing but the best and I do apologize once again on behalf of any vegan that sent you pure hatred.  

From: Paul Cohen & Victor Hafichuk
To: Starcett
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2016 7:33 AM
Subject: Re: About your “vegan” post

Hi Starcett,

Thank you for writing us, although your apology on behalf of Anita and other vegans isn’t necessary and doesn’t change anything about the holier-than-thou nature of those who adhere to veganism and promote it as a religion saving the world. 

I’m also getting some of that vibe from you. Not sure why you’re telling us you believe animals are sentient, for example, as if that’s an argument for veganism. We know that God’s creatures are sentient, and state the same in the posting you’re responding to. 

You also make the following proclamation without any factual support: 

Just want to clear up one thing (and to me Anita could have explained it better), veganism is causing the least amount of harm possible to the animals and the entire planet, whith all that is available to you.

Of course we know and say that factory farming is immoral and abusive to the animals, land, and human beings. No question it’s destructive and must stop. And that’s why we farm the way we do, because it’s humane and beneficial to the land, birds, insects, micro-organisms, animals, plants, and human beings – all sentient. It’s that simple, and proven. We’ve provided the information in the article, and there’s lots more where that came from. 

I’m not trying to talk you into giving up your diet, but since you’re venturing an opinion that is contrary to fact, truth, and the welfare of everyone and everything, we can’t let that pass.

And should you come to believe in the Creator rather than thinking things came into existence by themselves, you’ll discover His Wise Way of Design and what we ought to do with every aspect of it. Try the Ten Commandments, for example. And look to Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, Who alone can give you the power to accurately see, hear and understand. It’s all in the Bible, practically any version you choose.

Paul Cohen & Victor Hafichuk
www.ThePathofTruth.com

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