This holiday season, show God’s love to all sentient beings.
I was an atheist for much of my life. I didn’t believe in heaven, so I didn’t think it was possible for animals—or humans—to go there.
A PETA staffer reflects on Matthew 14:14 and how it teaches us to turn our compassion into action for animals.
Just as there’s an important intersection between animal rights and other social justice issues, being committed to caring for God’s creation and fighting for our planet’s survival go hand in hand.
Reflections on Isaiah 11:6–7 and its implications for the future of peace on the planet—for humans and all other animals.
‘No Room, Save the Heart’ by author Ann Cottrell Free is a deeply moving exploration of our relationship with—and responsibility to—animals.
The Bible tells us that every living being was perfectly created by God. He alone knows every one of us, including the majestic animals who fill the land, sea, and sky.
Sign our petition urging the Pope to call for an end to the violent torment and killing of bulls, which is often perpetrated on religious holidays.
PETA LAMBS’ Facts About Glue Traps Every Believer Should Read
ShareTweetLooking to the Animals By a PETA staffer “But ask the animals, and they will teach you ….” Job 12:7 The story of Job encapsulates our need to confront and make sense of suffering. He loses everything, yet he clings to his faith and his unwavering hope for justice. After he cries out to God, […]