Evangelical Christian Pastors Issue Evangelical Climate Initiative On Global Warming

Recently 80 evangelical Christian pastors are endorsing the Evangelical Climate Initiative, a "politically correct" agreement that the United States should abide by the U.N.’s Kyoto Protocol which address the supposedly "green house effect".

Are they blind to the hidden United Nation’s agenda of bringing down, economically the United States to the level of a third world country. All the while third world countries are exempt from the Kyoto Protocol enabling them to gain from the United States loses.

Rev. Jerry Falwell has spoken out against their action. Although many are his friends, he does not believe their action is in the best interest of our nation. In his column in World Net Daily, he writes:

Many of the people who signed this document are my friends – some are dear friends. Nevertheless, I have felt compelled to oppose their effort because I believe that global warming is an unproven phenomenon and may actually just be junk science being passed off as fact.

In addition, I believe that so-called solutions to global warming – and particularly the Kyoto Protocol, which is the politically correct international agreement to fight greenhouse gas emissions – would devastate the American economy if adopted by our nation. Further, studies have shown that costly efforts to stem greenhouse gas emissions would just barely reduce global temperatures.

Paul Driessen, senior policy adviser for the Congress of Racial Equality and author of "Eco-Imperialism: Green Power, Black Death," recently stated, "By making energy less affordable and accessible, mandatory controls (on greenhouse-gas emissions) would drive up the costs of consumer products, stifle economic growth, cost jobs and impose especially harmful effects on the earth’s poorest people."

That’s a bottom line our nation cannot endorse.

I agree with Rev. Falwell that this "greenhouse effect" can not be proven scientifically. In fact he points out that the weather does change through cycles. If you look back 20 to 30 years ago,  it was believed we were heading into an ice age.

The only thing we are heading in to if we follow the U.N.’s Kyoto Protocol is economic disaster.

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