What religion does not eat meat?
Hindus don’t eat beef. They worship the animals. The Muslims don’t eat pork. The Buddhists are vegetarians and the Jains are strict vegans who won’t even touch root vegetables because of the damage it does to the plants.
Is veganism now a religion?
Ethical veganism: a philosophical belief
This means that it should be granted equal anti-discrimination protection under the law as religions and other beliefs. According to theologian Kai Funkschmidt, veganism is indeed a philosophy with religious influences.
Do vegans believe in God?
Christian vegetarians and vegans point out that it was this creation—where all creatures ate plants—that God then declared “very good” in verse 31. Moreover, that God’s initial creation was a vegan creation suggests that this is how God intended all his creatures to live.
What do religions say about eating meat?
God does not want us to eat meat. People are made in God’s image and animals are not, but this spiritual difference is not sufficiently morally significant to allow killing animals for food. Killing another person is a capital crime and a sin. Killing an animal is just a sin.