The Christian Vegetarian Association (CVA) is an international, non-denominational Christian vegetarian organization that promotes responsible stewardship of God's creation through plant-based eating. The CVA advocates vegetarianism from a biblically-based, Christian perspective and sees dietary choice as a valid way to bear witness to Christ's ministry of love, peace, mercy and compassion, and prepare for the Peaceable Kingdom as foretold in the Bible.
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... The Christian Vegetarian Association (CVA) was founded in 1999 by Nathan Braun and Stephen H ... Evidently resonating with many Christians who see their vegetarian diets as reflections of their faith, the organization quickly grew ... published the first edition of Good News for All Creation Vegetarianism as Christian Stewardship (2002 Vegetarian Advocates Press) and a revised, second version ...
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