Climate Change

Environmentalism: A Biblical Perspective

"While Dr. Northcott and others prescribe abandonment of industrial civilization, or what Dr. Northcott calls 'the machine world,' and a return to a hunter-gatherer, or at most a 'primitive,' subsistence agricultural social order, as the solution to environmental problems, we believe a technologically advanced society and ecological well-being can co-exist, and indeed that they must coexist" - E. Calvin Beisner

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A Challenge to Evangelical Climate Scientist Katharine Hayhoe

"Dr. Hayhoe’s bifurcation of belief (faith) and scientific knowledge (as derived from observation) is a common misunderstanding. ...She writes as if thinking that 2 + 2 = 4, or that human activity is driving dangerous climate change, is not belief, but thinking that Jesus rose from the dead, or 'that God’s love has been poured in our hearts,' is." - Cornwall Alliance

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“Politics and grievance are the cheap substitutes for cultivating young minds when meaning and theology have left the building”

"Despair is what results, and it’s what I heard beneath my neighbor’s lament. Such despair and empty moral imperatives also are on display in global protests over climate change." - WORLD

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“The latest in a long, long string of examples signaling the increasing popularity of the neo-pagan climate religion...”

“The latest in a long, long string of examples signaling the increasing popularity of the neo-pagan climate religion comes from NBC News, which unveiled an online confessional this week for those who want to denounce themselves publicly for their environmental sins. This is a real thing being promoted by a real newsroom. And it is actually titled, ‘Climate Confessions.’” - Washington Examiner

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We’re Waiting for Media’s Corrections on Ocean Warming

"Joshua Emerson Smith, a reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune, has picked it up, and the U-T gave his story prominent placement: 'Climate contrarian uncovers scientific error, upends major ocean warming study.' . . . Smith reports that the original study’s authors acknowledged their error and thanked Lewis for pointing it out and have submitted a correction to Nature." - Cornwall Alliance

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