Attitudes Toward the Treatment of Animals: A Study of Christian Groups in Australia

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One hundred and eighty-seven active churchgoers were surveyed regarding their attitudes toward the treatment of animals. Participants were members of five Christian denominations selected as representing theological positions ranging from liberal to conservative. The chief expectation of the study—that a more positive (i.e., humane) attitude would relate to a more liberal theological position—was confirmed.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: March 1, 1989

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