Ought to Christians eat much less meat?

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The pandemic shows the ‘hard limits’ in our treatment of animals, says David Clough. Interview by Abigail Frymann Rouch

Meat only on request: David Clough with some neighbours

Meat only on request: David Clough with some neighbours

IMAGINE trying to get an issue on to the Church’s agenda, and finding that a disaster related to it suddenly dominates life the world over. Such has been the lot of David Clough, Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chester and a Methodist lay preacher, who is pouring his energies into reforming industrialised animal agriculture and — with some success — encouraging Christians to eat less meat.

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