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The Anti Christian Green Agenda

Gaian Gobbledygook

Green Pantheism

At the very heart of the Green environmentalist movement is the religion of Pantheism and the goddess worship of Gaia - the inane view that God is everything and in everything - a tree, a blade of grass, a strolling deer, a soaring eagle, even the earth itself. Adding insult to injury, devotees of this ancient cult proclaim this 'god' to be female. Whatever your motivation, be it humble or haughty and like it or not, jump on the Green bandwagon and you're riding with all of its 'sacred' baggage. What continues to astound me is that witless Christians, following like mesmerized drones, seem to accept this stuff without question or qualm.

"Know ye not that your bodies are the members of Christ? shall I then take the members of Christ, and make them the members of a harlot? God forbid. What? know ye not that he which is joined to a harlot is one body? for two, saith he, shall be one flesh". 1 Corinthians 6:15-16

Governments have been surreptitiously infiltrated and the world as a whole has been taken hostage by this Green spin machine and yes, it's all part of the plan. Even churches are going green and in the process are unwittingly laying their tributes at the feet of Gaia. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's incessant pandering to these cranial fringe dwellers was made manifest when he stupidly chose to ratify the terminally flawed and fundamentally dishonest Kyoto Protocol. Few are given voice to protest in the secular media, so kudos to Chris Kenny (Adelaide Advertiser Wed. June 4, 2008 pg. 18) for giving Rudd, Wong and the endless gaggle of green allegiant, tofu terrorists a long overdue serve by pointing out just how dangerous an ideology this whole environmental obsession has become. Chris correctly identified the 'lunacy' of wandering down the Carbon Credit trail and the complete lack of reparative impact it will have. He accurately described it as 'a policy of carbon sadomasochism' one which is 'driven by the Left who see climate change as their salvation: Mother Nature's revenge on capitalism".

How very insightful.

Read Chris' article here: http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,23805765-5016479,00.html

And yet despite the battery of evidence countering the eco evangelist's ramblings, the deceived masses continue to follow the piper green to the precipice near, led both by the nose ring of political correctness and a starry eyed vision of a John Lennon-esque utopia. You know, it is one thing to be 'environmentally responsible' and quite another to deify creation which is precisely what is going on here. Haters of the Eternal God weave ever so eloquently their yarns of contemptible deceit. Some of the tactics used by these groups are absolutely jaw dropping. Imagine an online game which encourages kids to die for being 'environmental pigs'.

Wouldn't exist? Wanna bet? http://www.globalwarminghoax.com/news.php?extend.73

The game is clearly aimed at kids and is called the "Greenhouse Calculator". It was released by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and is subtitled "Find out when you should die".

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This 'game' is proof positive of just how low these gutter dwelling, environmental extortionists will stoop. As GWH so aptly points out...

"Kids are already getting brainwashed in school and on TV that they're harming the planet simply by living. To flat out tell a child that for the good of the planet they shouldn't live past 3 1/2 should be criminal. There are a lot of vulnerable kids out there that already have self-image problems, that may already be told by bullies or bad parents that they don't deserve to live. To have this reinforced and setup martyrdom in their minds is sickening".

Another 'game' called "This Is Your Lifestyle!" and subtitled "See how much you suck!" further exploits the vulnerability of the young. The instruction page says: "find out what kind of a drain you are on the planet" and "'the only game where you find out how much you really suck!".

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GWH again: "This game isn't just about global warming they manage to sneak in other messages as well. Such as messages accusing China of using child labour and sweatshops to encourage people to buy Australian (even though the CO2 cost was about the same). When a collectivist thinker believes they are saving the world they are perfectly willing to sacrifice a few children for the good of the collective. Every socialist government / leader has done that throughout history. Who cares if a few children die if its for the good of the group / movement / revolution / ideal / religion / planet. The individual means nothing to them".

Lest we forget the Australian Labor Party is a Fabian Socialist organisation whose leader and media darling Kevin Rudd, without referendum, committed Australia to this Green circus. How would Rudd participate in a cull of kids? By locking them in a Green friendly classroom (or daycare training facility) and subject them to intellectual genocide at the hands of Gaia worshipping educators that's how. If you, the reader, do not think that is precisely what is happening then you need a reality check.

Emotional blackmail, media manipulation, green guilt tripping en masse, fact twisting, out and out lies, environmental straw men arguments such as ozone depletion, climate change, diminishing food stock, over population and the stage is set for an inevitable holocaust. Factor in Satan's end time agency the United Nations with its global governance grab, especially its one world religion vision and all of this Green insanity makes tragic sense.

In 1992 Dr. Henry Morris Ph.D. of the Institute for Creation Research wrote:

"Ever since Darwin, the concept of natural selection has dominated evolutionary thought, providing a "naturalistic" explanation for the origin of species, and thus (as Julian Huxley used to say) eliminating the need for God. In recent years, however, there has been a strong reaction against Darwinian evolution in many places. Unfortunately, the change has not caused these scientists to return to creationism, but instead, to pre-Darwinian evolutionism. That is, they are abandoning atheistic evolution and returning to pantheistic evolution. In fact, this is the pseudo-scientific rationale underlying the so-called New Age Movement which is sweeping over the world today".

Dr. Stanley Jaki, with doctorates in both physics and theology and author of 32 books, confirms the universality of ancient pagan evolutionism:

All of these ancients were pagan. The essence of paganism, old and new, is that the universe is eternal, that its motions are without beginning and without end. Belief in creation out of nothing is the very opposite of paganism.[3]

As far as the post-Flood world is concerned, this pagan evolutionism originated in ancient Babylon, in the land of Sumer, but then spread around the world with the dispersion, as described in Genesis 11. It came to full flower in Greece, especially through the writings of Homer and Hesiod.

The earth itself was known as the mother of all living things. The Greek goddess of the earth, Gaia (with equivalent names in other ethnic religions), soon became recognized as "Mother Earth" or "Mother Nature."

How did it reach our present secular humanist world? In times that are ancient by human measure, as far back as the earliest artifacts can be found, it seems that the Earth was worshipped as a goddess and believed to be alive. The myth of the great Mother is part of most early religions.[4]

Dr. Morris's entire article can be read here: http://www.icr.org/article/363/

Jennifer Rast of Contender Ministries wrote:

"Anyone who has studied the global environmental movement has no doubt heard the term "Gaia". Gaia is a revival of Paganism that rejects Christianity, considers Christianity its biggest enemy, and views the Christian faith as its only obstacle to a global religion centered on Gaia worship and the uniting of all life forms around the goddess of "Mother Earth". A cunning mixture of science, paganism, eastern mysticism, and feminism have made this pagan cult a growing threat to the Christian Church. Gaia worship is at the very heart of today's environmental policy. The Endangered Species Act, The United Nation's Biodiversity Treaty and the Presidents Council on Sustainable Development are all offspring of the Gaia hypothesis of saving "Mother Earth". This religious movement, with cult-like qualities, is being promoted by leading figures and organizations such as former Vice President Albert Gore, broadcaster Ted Turner, and the United Nations and it's various NGO's. Al Gore's book "Earth in the Balance" is just one of many books that unabashedly proclaims the deity of Earth and blames the falling away from this Pagan God on the environmentally unfriendly followers of Jesus Christ. The United Nations has been extremely successful in infusing the "Green Religion" into an international governmental body that has an increasing affect and control over all of our lives."

Jennifer's complete article is included in this report.

So we have a satanic religious entity with its own press club running amuck in a world where most people will swallow whatever 'fact' is shoveled down their open throats.[2] How is a believer in Christ to respond to this global deception? Support a 'Christian' political party that will bring back some common sense? A party like Family First perhaps? Hardly, they've gone a lily-livered shade of green like the rest of them. Family First unquestioningly believe the UN's IPCC reports and fully support them. Their intellectual credibility and stewardship of the truth is therefore worthless. No, there are several things you can do...

  1. Read the Bible and understand once and for all, that this planet and all it contains, exists in alimentation at the Father's Will and not by human policies or ingenuity. (Gen. 8:22). The heavens and the earth are destined for destruction at the hand of the Father not man (Matthew 24:35, 2Peter 3:10-12). Humanity, no matter how 'clever' it considers itself to be cannot and will not save itself from destruction, regardless of how contrarily the greenies bleat. Pay them no heed, they are clueless!

  2. Treat every secular news report (and especially all United Nations decrees) on the topic with extreme skepticism and with a view to contempt, because both follow after the god of this world.

  3. Do some digging of your own - there is ample scientific refutation of the political environmentalist's fabrications, start here: http://www.globalwarminghoax.com/news.php

  4. And finally, Belch. That's right, June 12 is International Carbon Belch Day and I invite you to join in the chorus of contempt for this great green hoax by letting off some gas of your own.

Why belch?

Visit this site: http://www.carbonbelchday.com/ for more information, and pass the word around.

The following article by the American Policy Centre in Washington DC in the United States, sets out the Green agenda and clearly exposes its Satanic root. Professing believers would do well to remember that when the Father commands His own to have nothing to do with the unfruitful works of darkness He means just that - have nothing to do with them. Even still there is a choice; be one with the world because you'd rather not rock the boat and be seen as a nice compliant person, or stand with God, His own and the truth - You CAN'T have both (Joshua 24:15). The time for sitting on the fashionable fence is over. Today you must choose. The sad reality is that most people are either too lazy or too inept to do the research it takes to expose the agenda at hand. For professing believers however, the indictment is all the more grave and the revealing all the more shameful in light of the command to test every spirit. 1 John 4:1 - Eph. 5:11

The Analytical - Literal Version translates this verse...

"And stop participating in the unfruitful works of the darkness, but instead, even be exposing [them]".

Not only are believers to NOT engage in the world's beliefs and stratagems but we are further commanded to expose them for what they are. Being nicely neutral may well fill church pews, earn collective accolades and temporal peace in a God hating world, but I can assure you the consequences for such gutless behaviour are too horrible to envision.

Your call friend...

In His Everlasting Embrace

Tony Dean

Moriah Ministries Australia

© 2008


The Green Agenda And What You Can Do

By David Rothbard and Craig Rucker

To many these days, being an environmentalist means recycling old newspapers, using cloth diapers, eating organic vegetables, driving small cars, and in general, doing everything possible to limit man's impact on the natural world.

This is certainly the message being driven home in our schools, media, and popular culture as warning after warning is sounded about the need to "Save the Planet." But does this contemporary view square with the tenets of America's Judeo-Christian heritage? And if not, what should our attitude and responsibility be toward the beautiful creation that surrounds us?

Actually, it only takes a brief look at the principles underlying modern environmentalism to see just how radically it stands in opposition to our basic beliefs. In every important area concerning man, nature, and the relationship between the two, Green dogma defies Biblical teaching and puts forth a pagan, New Age world view incompatible with Western Culture. So before we can even begin to understand our true obligations to the environment, we must first examine the differences between the Biblical notion of "stewardship" and the deceptive Green counterfeit.

Both concepts start with a belief about man. But while the Book of Genesis describes man as being created "in the image of God" and unique among all the creatures of the earth Green leaders hold a considerably less favorable view. They see man as nothing more than another animal -- and sometimes even less than that.

Paul Ehrlich, a well-known leader of the environmental movement for more than twenty years, once wrote that "humanity has become the most successful animal on the planet."

"The grizzly bear in Yellowstone Park has as much right to her life as any one of us has to our life," Dave Foreman, founder of the Earth First! environmental group, has stated. "Each of us is an animal and should be proud of it."

The contrast of views concerning nature is no less stark. Here, the Bible teaches of a paradise lost while the Greens seek to preserve the natural utopia they believe still exists around us. According to the classic Judeo-Christian belief, the earth was first created by God. The Genesis story further relates, however, that the sin of Adam and Eve brought death upon a fallen world that will one day pass away.

The belief of Green leaders, on the other hand, can be summed up in the words of Vice President Al Gore who obviously thinks we never left the Garden. In his best-selling book "Earth in the Balance," he actually lambastes Western nations for "bulldozing the Garden of Eden." This is consistent with the writing of Jeremy Rifkin, a prominent Green spokesman who claimed that "anything that harms God's creation is sinful and an act of rebellion against God himself." Rifkin, by the way, believes it is wrong to eat meat and considers raising cattle to be one of the things that "harms God's creation."

This passion to "save what is left of our natural world in its untouched state" (quote from media mogul Ted Turner) stems from yet another distinction between the philosophies -- the worship of the creation rather than the Creator.

There is nothing more fundamental to Judeo-Christian ethics than the worship of a single, all-powerful God who transcends His creation. But among many Green leaders, pantheism and nature-worship is a widespread belief. In Ted Turner's "Captain Planet" cartoon series for children, for example, the environmental super-hero receives his power from Gaia, the ancient pagan earth goddess.

Noted Green author Lynn White mourned Christianity's destruction of "pagan animism." And Vice President Gore claimed in his book that we can gain "new insights" by understanding a "religious heritage" based on the "worship of a single earth goddess who was assumed to be the fount of all life."

With such divergent views on the issues of man and nature, it is no surprise that Green doctrine strays so far from the Bible on the question of man's authority over nature. Throughout the Bible, there are repeated references to the dominion God gave man over "every living thing that moveth upon the earth." The Bible further discussed God's charge to man to "be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it."

Green ideology, however, with its emphasis on the sacredness of nature and the "interconnectedness" of all living things, easily elevates the needs of nature above the health, happiness, and even lives of human beings. This was expressed by Green biologist David Graber who wrote in the Los Angeles Times that "human happiness [and fertility] are not as important as a wild and healthy planet... (the ecosystem has) intrinsic value, more value to me than another human body or a billion of them."

And Paul Watson, a founder of Greenpeace, went even further when he displayed the anti-human philosophy common to many Green leaders. In a recent speech in Oregon, he firmly declared, "We, the human species, have become a viral epidemic to the earth... the AIDS of the earth."

Having seen just how dramatically modern environmentalism departs from our nation's Judeo-Christian heritage, it is now appropriate to consider what the concept of "stewardship" should mean to 20th century Americans. While it certainly entails using natural resources wisely and doing everything we can to protect truly endangered species, any proper understanding must recognize the Biblical parameters that nature is not sacred and that the needs of people are above those of animals, rocks, and trees.

With this in mind, here are some common sense things you can do to fulfil your obligation toward the earth and its creatures:

CFACT is a Washington, DC based public interest group that promotes sensible solutions to current consumer and environmental concerns.

© 2008 American Policy Center


GAIA Worship - The New Pagan Religion

By Jennifer Rast

Anyone who has studied the global environmental movement has no doubt heard the term "Gaia". Gaia is a revival of Paganism that rejects Christianity, considers Christianity its biggest enemy, and views the Christian faith as its only obstacle to a global religion centered on Gaia worship and the uniting of all life forms around the goddess of "Mother Earth". A cunning mixture of science, paganism, eastern mysticism, and feminism have made this pagan cult a growing threat to the Christian Church. Gaia worship is at the very heart of today's environmental policy. The Endangered Species Act, The United Nation's Biodiversity Treaty and the Presidents Council on Sustainable Development are all offspring of the Gaia hypothesis of saving "Mother Earth". This religious movement, with cult-like qualities, is being promoted by leading figures and organizations such as former Vice President Albert Gore, broadcaster Ted Turner, and the United Nations and it's various NGO's. Al Gore's book "Earth in the Balance" is just one of many books that unabashedly proclaims the deity of Earth and blames the falling away from this Pagan God on the environmentally unfriendly followers of Jesus Christ. The United Nations has been extremely successful in infusing the "Green Religion" into an international governmental body that has an increasing affect and control over all of our lives.

So, what is this new cult of Gaia? It is basically a rehashed, modernized version of the paganism condemned by God in the Bible. Science, evolution theory, and a space age mentality have given it a new face, and made it sound more credible to a modern world, but it is the same paganism in all of its evils. There have been other religious movements that have presented similar revelations about the deity of a living earth, but Gaia has succeeded in uniting the environmental movement, the new age movement, Eastern religions, and even the leaders of many Christian denominations behind a bastardized version of paganism where the others weren't able to.

The Gaia hypothesis can be credited to James Lovelock. Lovelock worked for NASA during the 1960's as a consultant to the "life on Mars" Viking spacecraft project. Lovelock's theory claims that the earth's "biota", tightly coupled with its environment, act as a single, self regulating living system in such a way as to maintain the conditions that are suitable for life. This living system, he believed, was the result of a meta-life form that occupied our planet billions of years ago and began a process of transforming this planet into its own substance. All of the lifeforms on this planet, according to Lovelock, are a part of Gaia - a part of one spirit goddess that sustains life on earth. Since this transformation into a living system, he theorizes, the interventions of Gaia have brought about the evolving diversity of living creatures on planet Earth. From Lovelock's perspective in space he saw not a planet, but a self-evolving and self-regulating living system. His theory presents earth not as the rock that it is, but as a living being. He named this being Gaia, after the Greek goddess that was once believed to have drawn the living world forth from Chaos.

The idea of Earth as a living, divine spirit is not a new one. Plato said "We shall affirm that the cosmos, more than anything else, resembles most closely that living Creature of which all other living creatures, severally or genetically, are portion; a living creature which is fairest of all and in ways most perfect." As today's version of paganism, Gaia is eagerly accepted by the new age movement and fits neatly into eastern mysticism, but science was needed to gather in the evolutionists and science-minded humanists. For these people, Gaia was made palatable by Lovelock's Daisyworld model, a mathematical and scientific theory designed to refute the criticisms of Darwin's groupies. Just as evolution eliminates the need for a divine creator, the Daisyworld model provided a theory of evolving life on earth that incorporates natural selection with a world that is interconnected. It eliminates a personal yet separate God, and makes humans a part of the divine spirit that is Gaia.

More appealing to the New Agers and the interfaith movement is the mystical side of Gaia. They can easily relate to the belief that humans can have mystical experiences or a spiritual relationship with Gaia. A connectedness to nature and the belief that humans are a part of this collective consciousness called Gaia appeals to them. Gaia teaches that an "Earth spirit", goddess, or planetary brain must be protected. It is this belief that fuels the environmental movement, sustainable development, and a global push for the return of industrialized nations to a more primitive way of life. Just as with the evolutionists, the humanists, and the other pagan religions of the world, Gaia has named Christianity as the obstacle to human evolution and our spiritual destiny. A document mandated by the U.N.-sponsored Convention on Biological Diversity, the Global Biodiversity Assessment, explicitly refers to Christianity as a faith that has set humans apart from nature and stripped nature of its sacred qualities. The document states:

Conversion to Christianity has therefore meant an abandonment of an affinity with the natural world for many forest dwellers, peasants, fishers all over the world ...The northeastern hilly states of India bordering China and Myanmar supported small scale, largely autonomous shifting cultivator societies until the 1950's. These people followed their own religious traditions that included setting apart between 10% and 30% of the landscape as sacred groves and ponds.1

While condemning Christianity as the root of all ecological evil, the document goes on to praise Buddhism and Hinduism as they "did not depart as drastically from the perspective of humans as members of a community of beings including other living and non-living elements". Non-Christian religions are definitely favored by the global government as good stewards of Mother Earth.

Members of this "Green Religion" will all agree that the Earth is in a crisis state and this ecological emergency is the result of Christian traditions. They believe that the Judeo Christian belief that God assigned man to rule over the earth has caused us to exploit and abuse it. Monotheism, they assert, has separated humans from their ancient connection to the earth, and to reverse this trend governments, the media, our education system, artists, and other areas of influence must revive earth-centered myth and reconnect us to Earth's spirit. Al Gore, in his book Earth in the Balance, expounds on this view:

"The richness and diversity of our religious tradition throughout history is a spiritual resource long ignored by people of faith, who are often afraid to open their minds to teachings first offered outside their own systems of belief. But the emergence of a civilization in which knowledge moves freely and almost instantaneously through the world has spurred a renewed investigation of the wisdom distilled by all faiths. This panreligious perspective may prove especially important where our global civilization's responsibility for the earth is concerned." (pp. 258-259)

Gore praises the Eastern religions and new age spiritualism, while blaming Christianity for the elimination of the ancient goddess religion, and calls for a new spiritual relationship between man and earth.

"The spiritual sense of our place in nature predates Native American cultures; increasingly it can be traced to the origins of human civilization. A growing number of anthropologists and archaeomythologists, such as Marija Gimbutas and Riane Esler argue that the prevailing ideology of belief in prehistoric Europe and much of the world was based on the worship of a single earth goddess, who was assumed to be the fount of all life and who radiated harmony among all living things. Much of the evidence for the existence of this primitive religion comes from the many thousands of artifacts uncovered in ceremonial sites. These sites are so widespread that they seem to confirm the notion that a goddess religion was ubiquitous through much of the world until the antecedents of today's religions, most of which still have a distinctly masculine orientation...swept out of India and the Near East, almost obliterating belief in the goddess. The last vestige of organized goddess worship was eliminated by Christianity as late as the fifteenth century in Lithuania."

If Gore had read the Bible he would know exactly why Christians will not open their mind to these other beliefs as he suggests. The Bible very clearly warns us not to.

"So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness. See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ. For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form, and you have been given fullness in Christ, who is the head over every power and authority." Colossians 2:6-10

Gore also might want to read Romans 1:18 - 25:

"The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities - his eternal power and divine nature - have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened. Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like mortal man and birds and animals and reptiles. Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. They exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the creator - who is forever praised. Amen.

When men began to worship the creation instead of the Creator, the wrath of God was revealed. As societies begin again to turn from the truth of the creation and worship nature, "Mother Earth", or any other deceiving spirit, the evil and deception in their new religion will be made evident by God's response.

Romans 1:26 - 32

Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural relations for unnatural ones. In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed indecent acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion. Furthermore, since they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, he gave them over to a depraved mind, to do what ought not to be done. They have become filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit and malice. They are gossips, slanderers, God-haters, insolent, arrogant and boastful; they invent ways of doing evil; they disobey their parents; they are senseless, faithless, heartless, ruthless. Although they know God's righteous decree that those who do such things deserve death, they not only continue to do these very things but also approve of those who practice them.

Our societies today are becoming a picture of this wickedness, evil, greed and depravity. As the Christian church is brought into the fold by organizations such as the National Council of Churches and the National Religious Partnership for the Environment, we can be sure the results will be a further decline into immorality and chaos. There is a drive by these organizations and others to meld Earth worship with Christianity in the name of tolerance, biodiversity, sustainability, and the preservation of Mother Earth. It is a battle for Christianity and an attack on biblical truth. When this pagan agenda reaches your church or your community, how will you respond? Will you speak up for the truth of God or will you exchange the glory of the immortal God for a global compromise that is leading countless people into spiritual darkness? As followers of Jesus Christ we know the truth and must boldly proclaim it. The opposition is fierce and to those who don't know the joy of a relationship with God, it is an appealing proposition. It is accepting of everything, intolerant of nothing, it deifies the environmentalist, worships the feminist, eliminates all responsibility for sin, and frees you to embrace your sinful nature. The truth of the Bible must first be taught in our churches, and then shared with the world. As churches begin to fall away from the faith and corrupt the Word of God, it is left to Bible-believing Christians to stand up for the truth, contend for our faith, and offer to the world an alternative to God's wrath. If we are ashamed of our faith, if we compromise our beliefs, and if we hide in our churches and ignore what is going on outside of them, we are aiding in our own destruction and countless souls will be lost because of our complacency, selfishness, and inaction.

"For this reason I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, which is in you through the laying on of my hands. For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline. So do not be ashamed to testify about our Lord, or ashamed of me his prisoner. But join with me in suffering for the gospel, but the power of God, who has saved us and called us to a holy life - not because of anything we have done but because of his own purpose and grace." II Timothy 1:6-8

FOOTNOTES

1 - Global Biodiversity Assessment, Chapter 8.1 Introduction: Concepts of the Economic Value of Biodiversity, 68, 69.

2. - The Truth About Global Warming - Grassfire.org - http://www.firesociety.com/article/24204/

3. Stanley L. Jaki, "Science: Western or What?" Intercollegiate Review (Vol. 26, Fall 1990), p. 8.

4. James Lovelock, The Ages of Gaia (New York: W. W. Norton and Co., 1988), p. 208.

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