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Fur is the collective set of hairs on many animals, providing warmth and protection from the elements. Fur from animals can also be used for clothing and rugs.


Fur is an outstanding material for clothing worn in cold environments. Because the LORD has given us dominion over all creation, we may morally skin animals to use their fur for clothing. Liberals and atheists argue that doing so is unethical, for they believe animals have rights and equality with humans. God gives mankind dominion over animals to use for our benefit. The liberal activist group PETA advocates against fur or any other use of animals.