Originally Posted by Nosu3
I'm not purposely posting anything deceptive, they are just passages from a search result of vegetarianism in the bible.
Deceptive, nonsensical, and out of context passages.
There's no point to be made when bringing religion into this. Whatever the bible says, I will still ask these questions: Why would god make humans part of the animal kingdom if killing animals was ok?
Why not ask God? Maybe you misunderstand his intentions, or maybe we aren't animals. (the bible states we aren't, by the way)
If animals were created for humans, why do some exist in inaccessible areas?
Stupid question. Inaccessible to who? Humans can access pretty much every area of this planet. Why does he make oxygen in inaccessible areas? Why are there planets other than earth with an earthlike atmosphere? Dumb.
Why are some dangerous to humans?
Someone who believed in God enough (I.E. not me) would tell you that if you use God as your shield and your spear, then no animals are dangerous to you. I'll just tell you that this is a stupid question. Why are some rocks dangerous to humans?
Why would god make them able to feel pain and suffer?
All living things feel pain and suffer. It's a pretty essential part of life.
Why do people have a natural compassion for animals if they are to be killed?
You say this like it's a fact. It's not. Nor are the two things mutually exclusive. It is entirely possible to have compassion for an animal, and then kill and eat it. If you don't believe in the bible, and are unfamiliar with it, please stop quoting bible scriptures. At LEAST be familiar with it. It becomes even more apparent that you have no idea what you are talking about than normal otherwise, and you are likely to piss someone off. In other words, you should learn to keep your mouth shut about things you don't know anything about. Probably my main issue with you.