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What did the Early Church Fathers think about pets (animals) going to Heaven upon death?
Many people believe that a pet goes to Heaven upon its death. I was curious, what did the Early Church Fathers (e.g., Augustine, John of Damascus, Tertullian, etc.) say about this?
Sep 2 '13 at 19:03
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