Call to Compassion: Reflections on Animal Advocacy from the World's Religions
Lisa Kemmerer, Anthony J. Nocella
Lantern Books, 2011 - Nature - 303 pages
Covering doctrine and the lived experience of the world's religious practitioners, Call to Compassion is a collection of stirring and passionate essays on the place of animals within the philosophical, cultural, and everyday milieus of spiritual practices both ancient and modern.
From Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism, through the Abrahamic traditions, to contemporary Wiccan and Native American spirituality, Call to Compassion charts the complex ways we interact with the world around us.
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