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Oxymoron – A Christian Believing in Climate Change

Oxymoron - A Christian Believing in Climate Change

As a former Atheist and now a Christian for the past forty-plus years, I am baffled by my Christian friends and churches who believe in manmade global warming, climate change. The ongoing propaganda visit through sixteen-year-old Greta Thunberg is a perfect representation of the madness that numerous Christians buy hook, line, and sinker. I don’t get it.

Do you believe God made the heavens and the earth and all that is in it? Do you believe He sent his solitary begotten Son, Jesus Christ to die for our sins? Those are astounding things in that general area. Do you believe Christ died and was resurrected on the third day? On the off chance that you do believe these things as I do, how is it you think we simple mortals here on earth have progressed so far in a simple barely any thousand years that we are comparable to God? We are comparable to Him because we’re sure we’re affecting his planet and changing His patterns He set up from the earliest starting point.

In Matthew 7:20, the Lord tells us, “Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.” Exactly what are the fruits of the folks disclosing to us the sky is falling? The Competitive Enterprise Institute starting late distributed a new paper named, “Wrong Again: 50 Years of Failed Eco-prophetically disastrous Predictions.” It’s critical to recall that colossal numbers of these, shall we say wrong predictions or analysis, were made by some top scientists and leaders of the day.

In August of 1969, the New York Times cited Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich as he warned: “The trouble with almost all environmental problems is that when we have enough proof to persuade people, you’re dead. We must understand that unless we are blessed, everybody will disappear in a cloud of blue steam in 20 years. What was the product of that forecast?

The Competitive Enterprise Institute noticed an expectation by Ecologist Kenneth Watt in 1970. If present trends proceed, the world will be around four(4) degrees colder for the global mean temperature in 1990, yet eleven degrees colder in the year 2000. He included. This is about two times what it would take to place us into an ice age. Less we think this is a new issue, read on.

In 1939, a long time before the first Earth Day, the U.S. Branch of the Interior anticipated that American oil supplies would last for just an additional 13 years. In 1974, the U.S. Land Survey said that we had just a 10-year supply of natural gas. Vitality Information Administration estimated there were around 2,459 trillion cubic feet of dry natural gas in the United States. That is sufficient to last us for almost a century.

In later times, the ‘fruits’ we have been partakers of have gotten considerably zanier. David Viner, a senior research scientist at the University of East Anglia’s climate research centre, anticipated, in 2000 that in a couple of years winter snowfall would become an uncommon and destructive event. Children will not know what snow is. In 2004, the U.S. Pentagon warned President George W. Bush that significant European cities would be underneath rising seas, and Britain will be diving into a Siberian climate by 2020.

In any discussion on ‘, climate change wouldn’t be complete without referencing Mr Al Gore, the man who made climate change a household word and made a billion dollars in the process. Among his numerous predictions, Gore said in 2008 that the polar ice cap would be gone in a simple 10 years. Following his lead was the U.S. Branch of Energy’s study drove by the U.S. Naval force that anticipated the Arctic Ocean would encounter an ice-free summer by 2016. Do you see an example here?

The truth of the matter is, the climate has always changed and always will until our God in paradise decides otherwise. Does that mean we shouldn’t be acceptable stewards of the planet, of course not? We should be acceptable stewards, and each does what we can to keep the planet livable. Yet, we shouldn’t teach our children how Greta’s parents have done and scared the bejeebies out of them. Nothing we are doing is having any effect on the climate. Enough already.

We are living in a time when the issue is never the issue. The issue is not now nor ever has been about the climate. The issue is about control and power. The issue is bringing the people of the world together by making a common enemy without having a universal war, which in today’s reality would be the end, all things considered, If the ‘climate’ is our enemy and we are the ’cause,’ we must all gather as one kumbayah and thrashing the enemy. To unite as one, we ‘get rid of borders,’ and where does that lead? To a one-world government, and the framework is set up, it’s known as the United Nations.

In this day and age, I get the masses being hoodwinked. We live in a free agent world where it is about me, me, me. I don’t understand my kindred trusting Christians now think we are as powerful as our God and Jesus Christ. Our Savior said, ‘know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.’ You’ve been tricked by Satan and his minions. It’s time to wake up and see the sorry state we’re in.

Ed Kugler is a former Marine sniper with two consecutive tours in the Vietnam War. He is also a former atheist and now a Christian. He has been changing lives. He is a recuperating alcoholic, a successful business leader who made it to VP of Compaq Computer with no professional education, failed secondary school English and has written six books.

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