Rabbi brings warnings of climate change to Kansas churches

The Cult Of Gore continues to infiltrate real religion

(Kansas City.com) Rabbi Moti Rieber travels the politically red state of Kansas armed with the book of Genesis, a psalm and even the words of Jesus to lecture church audiences, or sermonize if they’ll let him, about the threat of global warming.

“My feeling is that I’m the only person these people are ever going to see who’s going to look them in the eye and say, ‘There’s such a thing as climate change,’” Rieber said. “I’m trying to let them know it’s not irreligious to believe in climate change.”

He is at the vanguard of religious efforts — halting in some places, gathering speed elsewhere — to move the ecological discussion from its hot-button political and scientific moorings to one based on theological morality and the right thing to do.

Of course, it’s not about any sort of disbelief in science. Skeptics understand that climate change happens. We disagree over causation, as well as solutions. Is it any wonder religion and morality are dying out when religious leaders attempt to push far left political issues?

He’s not the only one mixing theology of stewardship with hardcore politics

Led by an Episcopal priest, Sally Bingham, the organization is a network of 15,000 churches across 41 states, including some of the most conservative in the country. Members often begin with promoting green technology in a church — efficient light bulbs and solar panels — before turning to the morality of environmental stewardship.

Maybe they should worry more about preaching the Gospel.

Her effort is not alone. The United Methodist Church promotes a Green Church Initiative. A core mission of the Episcopal Church is “to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the Earth.”

In May, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops urged the Environmental Protection Agency to draft new carbon-pollution rules for power plants. For years, the leader of the 300-million member Christian Orthodox faith — Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, known as the “Green Patriarch” — has declared planet stewardship a spiritual duty.

It’s bad enough that Warmists ruin real environmental concerns by putting them under the banner of “climate change”: now we have religious leaders mixing religion with “climate change”. Turn they’ll wonder what happened to all their parishioners, and why there’s been such a loss of morals.

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3 Responses to “Rabbi brings warnings of climate change to Kansas churches”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Thank gawd there’s no link between conservative politics and religion!!

  2. John says:

    Teach is in a bit of a bind here he wants to think he is a good Christian but now sees most Christian leaders speaking out about AGW
    Even the freakin Pope !!

  3. Jeffery says:

    Yes, Teach would prefer churches not talk about abortion, homosexual marriage, healthcare, global warming, poverty, immigration, separation of church/state functions or taxes.

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