Global Warming and the Bible

Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Salty, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. Salty

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    Not bad for a politician. Unheard of inside the Beltway!
     
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    I wonder if he is thinking 2012?
     
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    Then he will vote against flood control dams as satanic? If God wants a local flood . . . .
     
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    I suppose it would be too big a jump for you to attempt to grasp the meaning of "destroy the Earth with flood..."


    Seems pretty straightforward to me. Oh well.
     
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    Could God destroy 90% of the earth and still keep his promise to Noah? 98%?
     
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    Depends - are they blue states or red states?
     
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    WOW! Bad theology!

    From the link: "Rep. John Shimkus is helping his chances to lead the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee by arguing that climate change is a myth because God told Noah he would never again destroy the Earth by flood."

    This is a very sad example of a well-meaning Christian bringing disrepute on Christ's Word and Church by such a careless, poorly thought-out statement.

    He needs to educate himself on the science and attack the global warming hysteria with facts not with quoting Scripture that has nothing to do with it.

    God won't destroy the world by flood? No, but there will certainly be terrible floods like that in Pakistan. And the global warming hysteria is about heat and drought [of course, they have been blaming ANYTHING and everything that happens on CO2, e.g. "Pig bites Seoul resident; CO2 blamed"]
     

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