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Thursday, March 8


The "christian" "right" is very upset with the National Association of Evangelicals because they seem to have jumped the "liberal" climate change and global warming band-wagon. The so called "christian right" should not be confused with actual Christians- these are fascist political operatives.
According to the NY Times:
The conservative leaders say they are not convinced that global warming is human-induced or that human intervention can prevent it. And they accuse the director, the Rev. Richard Cizik, the association’s vice president for government affairs, of diverting the evangelical movement from what they deem more important issues, like abortion and homosexuality.

The letter underlines a struggle between established conservative Christian leaders, whose priority has long been sexual morality, and challengers who are pushing to expand the evangelical movement’s agenda to include issues like climate change and human rights.

“We have observed,” the letter says, “that Cizik and others are using the global warming controversy to shift the emphasis away from the great moral issues of our time.
Wow Human Rights! A moral issue? Score one for the evangelicals. Who are these conservative fruitcakes?
The letter, dated Thursday, is signed by leaders like James C. Dobson, chairman of Focus on the Family; Gary L. Bauer, once a Republican presidential candidate and now president of Coalitions for America; Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council; and Paul Weyrich, a longtime political strategist who is chairman of American Values.
Well no wonder. These guys bask in the profits made from the deliberately oppressed and downtrodden in America today, "Give us your money and Jesus will save you."

Personally, I am happy to read that evangelicals are separating themselves from the xtian wrong.

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