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What Is A Necrovore? A Quote From The Book “A Call To Christian Veganism.”

The following is a footnote from my book “A Call To Christian Veganism” where I explain that it is a misnomer to call animal flesh eaters “omnivores:”

A necrovore human is a person that eats decaying flesh (erroneously referred to as an omnivore human). Humans are not carnivorous, as they do not eat the fresh flesh of their prey. They eat the decaying and putrefying flesh of dead animals, generally that other people killed. Even hunters do not eat the freshly killed flesh. Animal flesh in stores may be months old and have undergone bleaching, dying, or other processing to make it look “fresh” and cover up the decomposition of the decaying flesh.

A Call To Christian Veganism, By Ryan Hicks



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    So
    June 22, 2020 at 8:46 am

    I recently listen to you audio book, A Call to Christian Veganism. You really shed light on the scriptures and the true meaning of what it means to have dominion over the animals. I’ve been vegan on and off for about 7 years -more on than off.
    But I really felt a conviction in my spirit after listening to your book.
    The term necrovore is creepy and disturbing. I immediately thought of buzzards 🤢😵

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      Ryan Hicks
      June 22, 2020 at 9:22 am

      Hi So,

      I am glad the book was a blessing for you. I tried to make the book positive and pointing to the perfect will of God, but also points like necrovore were helpful to wake some up to the truth of what they are consuming.

      In future months my book “Why Every Christian Should Be A Vegan” will be available on audiobook as well. It is available in ebook and print versions and deals with all the standard objections and questions people have about veganism. If you have not read it, it will be a blessing for you.

      Have a blessed day,

      Ryan

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