Athanasius and the Resurrection of Non-Human Creatures

Recently, Pan-Orthodox Concern for Animals put up a short article of mine arguing for the bodily resurrection of non-human creatures. You can find the article here or here.

Pan-Orthodox Concern for Animals is an Eastern Orthodox charity, headed by Met. Kallistos Ware, Dr. Christina Nellist, Fr. Simon Peter Nellist, Bishop Isaias of Tamasou & Orinis, and Dr. Fr. Andreas Andreopoulos. From their website:

Our Mission is the advancement of Christian respect and responsibility for the animal creation with special reference to Eastern Orthodox teachings – ancient and modern, in order to reduce the suffering of animals.  Our aim is to promote Christ’s loving compassionate care for all of His creatures and to advance the Patristic teachings that we as Image are to replicate Christ’s love and compassion for all of His created beings. We also aim to inform our readers that this subject has been discussed both in the Bible and by the early Church Fathers.  It will also disseminate news/articles/interviews on compassionate care and relationships with animals from across the Orthodox world, together with articles and research on a wide range of contemporary animal issues.

Current issues are engaged with on our Mini-Posts, Facebook and Twitter pages. We are registered as a charity with the Charity Commission number  1175072.

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