Katherine Hayhoe Working To Unseparate Church And State

It’s Holy Week in the Arctic Circle

A spiritual dimension to global warming can transform it into one of faith and discipleship. This is demonstrated by the Rev. Dr. Jim Ball, author of “Global Warming and the Risen Lord: Christian Discipleship and Climate Change.” How appropriate a title and theme at Easter!

Another spiritual guide is: “A Climate for Change: Global Facts for Faith-based Decisions,” written by the Rev. Dr. Andrew Farley, an evangelical Christian pastor and Dr. Katherine Hayhoe, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in Science and a committed Christian. They have put global warming on the world map for all with eyes to see.

It’s Holy Week in the Arctic Circle | News Virginian

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4 Responses to Katherine Hayhoe Working To Unseparate Church And State

  1. suyts says:

    Energy depravity is antithetical to Christianity. This would be clear for even children brought up properly. As children, we even sang songs about letting our “Light shine!” God doesn’t want us to sit in the dark in delusional terror of something we can’t control.

    While I cannot attest to other religions, I suspect many of them teach that tomorrow doesn’t belong to us.

    This crossing of religions by deifying things such as the earth in the form of Gaia, is something Christians are strictly forbidden to do. They just as well cast a golden calf.

  2. DirkH says:

    “Dr. Katherine Hayhoe, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in Science”

    What?

  3. “They have put global warming on the world map for all with eyes to see.”

    Otherwise it would be (and is) all but invisible.

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