Meantime, there's no such thing as global warming, is there?
We reap what we sow. How many canaries do we need before we act? Dying bee population not enough warning? Or coral reef? Then we get what we deserve. We treat this blue jewel like an asset on a balance sheet instead of a life-sustaining gift from God. But an asset is subject to depreciation, amortisation, or consumption - until it is all used up. Then what? Oh yeah, I know. 'We'll cross that bridge when we get there.'
The only remaining question is how long God will allow this insanity to continue. He gives us a pretty good idea of what's in store for us in Rev. 18.
hes just another crackpot on an island in the north atlantic. who can ever really take him seriously? the competition with him taking himself seriously is fierce beyond comprehension.
meanwhile, in the north pacific...
japan is best japan
My plan? Certainly not this one:
Bizarre coincidence that this program turned up on the tv schedules tonight. Still, it was a fascinating watch. But no, you cannot empty all the cities of the world onto non-existent farmland and expect them to survive. The Khmer Rouge tried that, and it didn't work out too well, did it?
I think we're well past the point of no return, but I believe God will intervene long before we make a complete hash of His creation. In that sense, I'm no pessimist.
You mean just like the Episcopalians, Methodists, Baptists, Congregationalists, Lutherans, Reformed, Pentacostalists..... perhaps even Catholics? Well I never.
Unless they subscribe to an article of faith that contradicts foundational truth, they are our brethren.