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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:31 am
Phillip Adams realises something:
And it seemed to me that not only did this demonstrate that there was a quasi-religious fervour in the environmental movement, but people were actually willing the end, they wanted the end.
You’ll find that line about 37 minutes into the above-linked audio clip.
(Via Gary S.)
“More and more evangelicals are coming to believe creation care is an integral part of their calling as Christians. It is becoming part of their faith,” said Melanie Griffin, director of partnerships for the Sierra Club and an evangelical.
[Founder of the Evangelical Environomental Network Calvin] Dewitt said evangelicals will not call themselves environmentalists.
“They are going to call themselves pro-life,” he said. “But pro-life means life in the Arctic, the life of the atmosphere, the life of all the people under the influence of climate change.”
UPDATE II. Religion News reports:
Faith leaders across the country have joined together to mobilize a religious response to global warming. On October 1st–8th, in churches, mosques, synagogues and halls of worship across the nation, congregations are participating in an unprecedented inter-religious screening and discussion of educational films about global warming, featuring Paramount’s An Inconvenient Truth, HBO’s Too Hot Not to Handle and the independent documentary Lighten Up.
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