What interests you?
One thing might be that God gave mankind the responsibility to name the animals. You don't name something you're setting out to destroy. Another might be that animals were created "good," as God says, so not something to be exploited or wiped out, and that mankind was made to be a steward of the Earth, not a destroyer of it.
But what else is of interest?
Because everybody does that.
Well, let's see if that's true.
Even eastern religions are only practiced by humans. They teach us humans to be responsible for the tigers and monkeys; they never teach any tigers and monkeys to be responsible for us. And does any eastern religion teach fish and flowers to save humans?
So eastern religions recognize that mankind is unique, and above animals, and responsible for what happens to them and to the environment. So it's a myth that they put everything on the same level. Perhaps some would say that animals are as morally valuable as humans, or even are reincarnated humans...that we could say...but not one of them says animals are responsible FOR humans. They all see it the other way around.
Even in somewhere like India, the cars stop for the cows. The cows are not ever responsible to stop for the cars.
Easy. I'll give you just one...well, many actually, but as one.ok, provide your evidence, so we may discuss.
Do you know what the expression "Lord Jesus Christ" that Paul uses so much ( for example, in Romans 5, but also all over his writings) actually means?
"Lord" is a title of God. "Jesus" identifies the specific person being spoken of. And "Christ" is the Greek word "Messiah." So the expression "Lord Jesus Christ" means "God Jesus Messiah." All three titles in one.
Every time Paul speaks of Jesus as "Lord" or "Christ," he's saying exactly the same thing.
Yes, very well. Bored with all this COVID lockdown stuff, but then, everybody is.