The Religion of Climate Change

An email sent out by the Tennessee Interfaith Power and Light organization reveals the false religion of climate change. In their own words they promote offering,

“…a spiritual response to climate change.”

They further add,

“We respond to climate change through upholding the sacredness of all life, protecting vulnerable communities, and caring for the Earth.”

In promoting their newsletters and website they state,

“…members witness spiritual values by reducing carbon emissions within our daily lives, by releasing the spiritual power of our faith communities,  and by advocating effective climate protection and justice policies.”

Those who worship “Mother Earth,” also referred to as the Greek mythological god “Gaia,” believe the oil that runs through the veins of the earth is the lifeblood of the planet, therefore it should not be extracted as doing so will cause the earth to die. They also believe animals should not be used for meat or clothing, nor should population be increased to cover the whole earth. Their false religion reaches into the lives of everyone on the planet.

God has ordained this earth for man to enjoy. His instructions to Adam and Eve were to “Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth” (Genesis 1:28). The Apostle Paul wrote in Romans 1 of those “Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator,” (vs 25). Contrary to those who worship “Mother Earth” and promote its ungodly philosophy,

  “The heavens and the earth, which are now, 

 by the same Word are kept in store, 

reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition

of ungodly men.”

II Peter 3:7

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4 thoughts on “The Religion of Climate Change

  1. In one short article you’ve managed to misidentify and conflate three different, unrelated groups of beliefs and believers. I’m assuming it’s out of ignorance, so I’ll clarify for you, and suggest you read more about each separate term. People who don’t want to eat or use animal products are vegans. Gaia worshippers are neo-pagans. And the TIPL is that state’s informal affiliation of people from different church communities (none of which are either vegans or pagans) who seek ways to address climate change by reducing wasteful habits. Climate change is a fact, not a religion.

    You might also want to study the Christian theology of “stewardship”, which is where these faith-based environmental groups all come from. The Biblical bases for this movement include Genesis 2:15, Leviticus 25:1-5, Psalm 24:1, and Matthew 25.14-30

    1. Thank you for your comment. Those who espouse climate change promote it as if it were a religion as they hold prayer vigils, focus worship on water, land and food, and even hold Vacation Bible Schools that teach about food, gardening and local food economy. The dictionary definition of religion is “a cause, principle, or system of beliefs held to with ardor and faith.” To believe man by his actions has the power to change the climate one way or another is in essence saying man has more power than God over this earth.

      1. But isn’t that the very essence of free will, a power granted to us by God out of love? The freedom and power to make of the world what we choose? God made the world, but left humans in charge to manage it, and we DO have the power to make it uninhabitable – at least by humans. Are you suggesting that after not stopping Hitler or nuclear weapons proliferation or the 9/11 terrorists, God will miraculously reverse course and step in to correct our over-reliance on fossil fuels?

  2. There is great fear among those who accept the theory of evolution that the making of fossil fuels took millions of years to form, hence it will take millions of years for more to come about. Those who take God at His Word believe fossil fuels came about from the trapping of plant life that was destroyed by the universal Flood in Noah’s day between mud layers as the waters rapidly receded. Throughout the history of the world the abundant use of oil has only occurred since the mid-1800s when the internal combustion engine was first developed. No need for God to step in as generations before our time survived without all the modern conveniences we have. As long as this earth is to survive according to His Plan, God will provide what is needed even if because of man’s wicked devices there are only eight righteous souls to be saved as in the days of Noah (Genesis 6; I Peter 3:20).

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