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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    Pollution.
    Ugh.
    "Those who believe in Christ" are all the Christians, Catholic or not.

    @Nee_Nihilo

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    What if climate change is real and human caused--what should Christians do about it?
    What if the popularly parroted phrase, "climate change", is really meaningless, and is just one, more, sorry prop in a vast ploy to divert the attention of people, especially that of Christians, away from truth and away from endeavoring to serve God?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralfy View Post
    Since Christianity in general teaches its followers to take care of the environment, then it's clear that Christians will have to find ways to minimize the effects of climate change.
    "the effects of climate change"??

    Wait a second! I thought that "climate change" was supposed to be an effect. But now we're supposed to worry about the effects of some effect called "climate change", in addition to worrying about "climate change", itself?

    Where, in the Bible, is man taught to "to take care of the environment"?

    What (if anything) do you mean by your phrase, "the environment", and what (if anything) do you mean by your phrase, "take care of the environment"?

    I do not even find the word, 'environment', in the Bible, so, of course, the Bible is not going to tell me what (if anything) you imagine you mean by your phrase, "the environment".

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