Man and Beast: Our Relationships with Animals in Jewish Law and Thought

Zoo Torah, 2006 - 248 páginas
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"Rabbi Natan Slifkin's new book, Man and Beast, offers a comprehensive view of Judaism's attitude and concern towards the animal world. It is skillfully researched and it is a thoroughly enjoyable read on a subject that otherwise could be considered arcane. There is great information and wonderful insights provided into the worldview of Judaism and its relationship to the other creatures that inhabit God's world with us humans." — Rabbi Berel Wein "Man and Beast is a fascinating and important work. It presents an aspect of Judaism that many of us do not even realize exists - its comprehensive principles and laws regarding our interactions with the natural world, in this case, specifically the animal world. Rabbi Natan Slifkin, the world-renowned "Zoo Rabbi," has accomplished amazing things in his seminal works on these topics. This new book of his will doubtless be treasured by educators and anyone seeking to enhance their understanding of the Torah's view of man's interaction with his fellow-inhabitor of this planet, the animal kingdom." — Rabbi Chaim Malinowitz

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The Religion in Conservation 39
Man Vs Beast 61
Animals on Trial 93
When Bad Things Happen To Good Animals 109
The Importance of Sensitivity 131
When Animal Lovers Go Too Far 151
Hunting Animals 177
The Propriety of Pets 211
Laws for Petkeepers 229
Selected Bibliography 247
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Rabbi Natan Slifkin is widely renowned for his pioneering work in researching, teaching and writing about the relationship between Judaism and the natural world. A native of England, Rabbi Slifkin now lives in Israel and is a popular lecturer worldwide.“Rabbi Slifkin has made a career of reconciling Jewish Scripture with modern natural history... he is a young up-and-comer in the sober world of Jewish scholarship.” - Alex Mindlin, The New York Times

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