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“Climate Change is a Moral Issue”: Prayer session for the Climate at the WH, 15 Jan 2013 (real MLK, Jr, birthday)

January 12th, 2013 · 3 Comments

This coming Tuesday, 15 January 2013, an interfaith coalition will hold a “Pray-In for the Climate” in front of the White House. (Yes, sadly, this will be in front of the White House rather than in it even though this is the sort of “Prayer Breakfast” that the President (and family) should join as part [...]

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Tags: climate change · religion and global warming

Santorum … The pick and choose from Catholic values candidate?

January 6th, 2012 · No Comments

Many are, it seems, agag about Rick Santorum due to the devout nature of his Catholicism.  While JFK assured America that Rome wouldn’t rule him, Rick seems determined to put into people’s minds the reverse.
One of Santorum’s notable stand out features: as serious a climate denial as one can find within a pack of climate [...]

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Tags: 2012 Presidential Election · climate change · climate delayers · climate zombies · politics · religion and global warming · republican party

Hey, Charles: Seems like climate denial is a religion …

February 8th, 2011 · 1 Comment

This cross-post from Steven D addresses, with some passion, Charles Krauthammer’s shallow and ignorance promoting sense of humor when it comes to the realities of climate change science.  Those who are rejecting science — as does Krauthammer — in their blind assertions of falsehoods and truthiness are exemplifying ideologically driven religious passion above scientific knowledge.
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Tags: climate change · climate delayers · environmental · guest post · religion and global warming

Global Warming and the Evangelical movement …

August 8th, 2007 · No Comments

With each warmer day, with the growing clarity of the impact of Global Warming, Evangelicals are turning to environmentalism. 
As one considers the mandate to be stewards of the Earth, it seems logical that an E2 alliance would be a natural relationship — evangelicals and environmentalists. For too long, in the United States, too many in [...]

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Festival of (Energy-Efficient) Lights … A Global Warming Turning Point?

August 8th, 2007 · No Comments

COEJL, the Coalition on Environment and Jewish Life, focused itself this fall on asking the question: “How many Jews does it take to change a light bulb?” and
helped tens of thousands of members of the Jewish community in nearly every state purchase and install energy efficient compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs–Hanukkah “chai-lights”–during the holiday in [...]

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Tags: energy efficiency · religion and global warming