No, religion cannot touch dogs. There are too many restrictions in the Bible that prevent the worship of dogs (see Exodus 21:6, Deuteronomy 23:17). Not one of the major religions that are known to exist in this country, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hindus, or Buddhism, allow the worship of dogs. Yet, the idea that dogs are animals and that dogs’ owners are not entitled to religious rights is a major reason for the many laws which restrict religious rights in this country.
The dog in most countries, even countries called “religions,” is considered a servant, obedient animal. Dogs are often killed on the spot and their owners are given a token payment in food or, in some cases, money. These laws stem primarily from the belief that dogs do not live up to the expectations of God. This belief was developed by the Biblical prophets who prophesied of the future state of Israel, not a dog, for the prophet Isaiah (Isaiah 64:2-3) wrote: “Your heavens, O LORD, are on high; there is no one to dwell on them. But all of them are as nothing to your servant, a man’s servant, and his maid, and the ox and the donkey and all her possessions and the cattle and all the people that you have made.”
It is important that a person’s beliefs do not prevent him from treating animals kindly. This should not mean that a person is morally correct to kill dogs without hesitation. It is only a matter of personal preference, and the fact that we may personally prefer a dog to a person (even when they are not closely related) does not mean that another person’s beliefs should prohibit him from interacting with and eating the one that he chooses to deal with.
A dog-lover who would prefer to treat a dog “justly” must not restrict other people’s rights. An attack on a dog will happen. This happened to a person on an airplane in 1967, when two men were arguing over which was the proper way to act when a dog attacks. They argued with each other. A dog attacked. The plane was flying at low altitude. There were no restraints on the plane; it was the man who was flying it and the two others on it, and he was not restrained. He opened the cockpit door to attack the dog. The dog bit him on his back and he died.
There are many cases where dogs have been intentionally injured. On December 6, 1978
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