Thursday, 23 September 2010
In response to a request from a member of his audience to explain the path of a Christian pacifist and vegetarian given the historical teachings of Jesus Christ:
"I think probably, if He were here today, He would be both."
From the memoir Tower Hill 12.30 (Epworth Press, 1963, p.91)
Monday, 20 September 2010
An early Salvation Army contribution to the subject which remained on the fringe of vegetarian ideology throughout the twentieth century.
From The Vegetarian Messenger (December, 1900)
See also: 'Food reformers and the Salvation Army' and 'The Death of General Booth'
Saturday, 11 September 2010
The vegetarian clergyman became Dean of Westminster Abbey in 1974 and took an active role in the Christian Consultative Council for the Welfare of Animals, as Chairman, following his retirement in 1985.
From the July/August 1966 edition of The British Vegetarian