God and Climate Change

Nice to see the President bringing God into the conversation.  And by the way naturalists, this would do more in a decade in a positive way for change, than naturalist’s pontificating about the purposeless, meaningless, nothing will matter in a million years, universe (but we still need to care about some things) argument could in a 100 years.  And I’m being generous when I say 100 years.

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2 Responses to God and Climate Change

  1. upwardcall says:

    I will offer the obligatory cynical critiqur of Obama's tip of the hat to God and say, “Words are cheap and they are, very often in the political arena, the currency for the purchase of support not the heartfelt conviction of the speaker.”

    I hope he believes it.


  2. Darrell says:


    Ha! True enough. I hope he does too. I want to give the benefit of the doubt here–believe the best.

    I also think it's important simply because of who he is–the most powerful man in the world. I hope it was a small gesture toward those who see creation as a meaningful gift to be treasured rather than an accident to be plundered.


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