Tuesday, November 17, 2009


I have not studied the issue myself and I do not have any firm opinion about global warming but notice the statement below: that the hottest year and decade (on record) were the 1930's when we didn't have as many people or the same environmental aspects as today. Notice the concern for economy if we pursue vigorous green policies overnight.

It occurs to me that God could allow us to deceive ourselves over this issue as part of our national downfall because we are choosing to worship creature more than Creator (again). He could even give us an untypically warm year this year (as last year seemed untypically cold)so that we will continue in our own folly of self-deception. Yes, I know, that view of God as bringing judgments to nations in order to bring repentance is a popular theme with atheists. They don't like a God of Judgment and Justice, giving us what we deserve, so they just decide He doesn't exist at all, and reject the idea of the God of Love who sent the Christmas Gift of Redemption in Christ.

Join us to see this video about the next "religion" threatening Christianity:

Important free broadcast - Not Evil Just Wrong – Global Warming Science or Religion?

Who: Everyone, all skeptics are welcome.

Where: AFA Action Alert Video webcast and AFR radio stations nationwide.

When: Tuesday November 17, 2009 7pm CDT or 8PM EDT

Tim Wildmon and Crane Durham of AFA will be joined by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer, the makers of the movie "Not Evil Just Wrong," along with other guests including members of Congress and business people as we discuss the Green Religion that is being scared upon us by the secular humanists. Get the facts and counter the myths. We have brought out the experts to arm you. The webcast will clearly lay out the distortions and the marketing strategy involved in this deception. See why our leaders have embraced this movement to grab total control of our lives and use population control to satisfy their reckless desire for power. There will be live blogging from the audience and phone calls as we expect the turnout to be large as this issue is critical to our families' future.

The documentary is available for purchase if you miss the webcast. We will also make the 2 hour broadcast available on DVD.

Movie Facts
Global warming alarmists want Americans to believe that humans are killing the planet. But Not Evil Just Wrong, a new documentary by Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, proves that the only threats to America (and the rest of the world) are the flawed science and sky-is-falling rhetoric of Al Gore and his allies in environmental extremism. The film drives home the realities of that extremism. "Turn off your lights. Turn off your heat when you get cold. Turn off your air when you get hot," one man on the street says. "And then think about that."

Not Evil Just Wrong
warns Americans that their jobs, modest lifestyles and dreams for their children are at stake. Industries that rely on fossil fuels will be crippled if the government imposes job-killing regulations on an economy already mired in recession. Small towns in the heartland, like Vevay, Ind., will become bastions of unemployment and poverty. Breadwinners like Tim McElhany in Vevay will lose their jobs -- and will have to start borrowing money again just to buy bread for their families.

The damage that would be wrought is unjustified by the science. Not Evil Just Wrong exposes the deceptions that experts, politicians, educators and the media have been force-feeding the public for years. Man-made pollution is not melting the polar icecaps. The ocean will not rise 20 feet in a flash. And the only polar bears dying because of man are the ones who try to eat men.

McAleer and McElhinney debunk what, for a time, was the environmental movement's most powerful weapon of disinformation, the infamous "hockey stick" graph that attributed a supposedly unique burst of warming in the 20th century to humans. They also shatter the myth that the hottest years in the United States were 1998 and 2006. The hottest year was 1934, and the hottest decade was the 1930s -- when there were half as many people and no SUVs or jumbo jets.

"God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance and have eternal life."--the Bible


steve said...


AndThenSome said...

The following scientific organizations, among others, agree that global warming is indeed occuring and caused by greenhouse gases emitted by human technology:

American Association for the
Advancement of Science

American Chemical Society

American Geophysical Union

American Institute of
Biological Sciences

American Meteorological

American Society of

American Society of Plant

American Statistical

Association of Ecosystem
Research Centers

Botanical Society of America

Crop Science Society of

Ecological Society of America

Natural Science Collections

Organization of Biological
Field Stations

Society for Industrial and
Applied Mathematics

Society of Systematic

Soil Science Society of

University Corporation for
Atmospheric Research

While there isn't 100% agreement in the scientific community (and there never is), the overwhelming majority contend it is a real and potentially disasterous problem.

mud_rake said...

And then some- She doesn't "believe" in any of those sources; only the Bible.

Barb said...

Time will tell!

Meanwhile, did anyone see the podcast? I had to attend a lovely home school music concert during that hour. I wonder if it's up today at that website....

Jeanette said...

I can remember in the seventies everyone was all up in arms because we were going into an ice age.

This is all cyclical. I read something the other day that stated if all human pollution were taken away it would account for only 2% of the gasses contributing to what is called global warming.

Jesus told us in the last days people would become upset about these types of things. That their hearts would fail from fear. This is a big factor and would cause fear to someone who believes it.

Right now we seem to be preparing for a cold winter. Colder than usual.

I think I'll start a business selling air in a bottle. I'll tell people it has no bad gasses to harm the environment and I'll plant a twig (calling it a tree of course) for every bottle they buy. Some fools will buy it.

Has anyone ever thought that maybe it's caused by the sun? Was it Mars that has experienced the same type of warming and as far as we know there are no humans there to pollute the planet?

I just don't buy the argument, but then I'm just a simple Christian who doesn't worry about those things. Why borrow trouble when there's plenty already around? Try feeding the poor in the world instead of speculating on something no one can agree on. Al Gore has made a fortune selling carbon credits though. That's where I got my idea of selling air in a bottle.

mud_rake said...

Jeanette believes in the dome theory, too. You know- that ancient Jewish belief that there is a transparent dome just above the clouds through which god watches the people and occasionally sends lightning bolts through into the souls of the wicked.

Odd, though, Jeanette, 'back in the seventies' that those astronauts and cosmonauts didn't 'break' it when their rockets blasted through it! It was most fortunate, you'd have to agree Jeanette, that Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, was from the USSR- that ATHEIST nation that didn't believe in the god-dome.

Imagine if he were a born-again, fundamentalist christian! He'd never have taken off in his Vostok 1 for fear of smashing the god-dome above the earth!

Luckily, though, he was a secular humanist who learned in his secular humanist school that earth's atmosphere was not a dome, not some imaginary impenetrable layer over which a deity hovers.

Jeanette- your Mars/Sun/global warming theories reflect your ignorance of science. Tell us, how many science courses have you taken- the ones that qualify you for some scientific speculation?

Keep reading your bible, Jeanette. Speaking of reading, have you ever read the very funny novel, Just a Daisy in the Meadow?