Bible state it is ok to kill animals for food

Anyone who uses the Bible to justify killing animals is either a hypocrite or a simpleton.
The Bible supports other social evils such as:

Sexual abuse
Numbers 31: 17- 18 shows Yahweh giving Moses and his men command to kill all the women who were not virgins. As for the virgins, the men were allowed to keep them. It’s obvious that they would rape those virgins or force them for marriage.

Killing prisoners of war and people of enemy nations
Deuteronomy 7: 2: When the Lord your God places these people in your power and you defeat them, you must put them all to death.

There may be a few good passages in the Bible, but most of the Bible is nothing but plain hypocrisy and madness. There are also countless of self-contradictions in the Bible.

Lots of evidence says that Jesus was a vegetarian. His teachings were corrupted by people like Paul. Paul wasn’t one of the twelve apostles, wasn’t handpicked by Jesus, and if you read his letters, you will see that his teachings contradict the ones of Jesus. Jesus rejected most of the Old Testament. The Old Testament says “An eye for an eye” but Jesus taught his followers to turn the left cheek when slapped on the right one. Jesus also opposed animal sacrifice which is clear in passages such as Matthew 9: 13.

It is obvious that Jesus also opposed killing animals for food. There are hundreds of evidence to support this claim. For more evidence, visit-

Even though the corrupted Bible is full of self-contradictions and inconsistencies, it still has a few passages to justify a plant-based diet.
Proverbs 12:10 says - “A righteous man has respect for the life of his beast, but the evil are cruel to theirs.”
Proverbs 23:20 says- “Do not be among winebibbers, or among gluttonous eaters of meat.”

Whether Jesus was a vegetarian or not is not the point. The point is that if he lived in today’s world, he would obviously be one because today meat-eating, in addition to causing pain to animals, is also causing world hunger and global warming.