Jeffress with more theo-lunacy


Absolute idiocy. Cringe-inducing. Embarassment to any thinking, rational Christian. ” Somebody needs to read poor Greta Genesis chapter 9 and tell her the next time she worries about global warming, just look at a rainbow; that’s God’s promise that the polar ice caps aren’t going to melt and flood the world again ” — Robert Jeffress

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Propagation of “the gospel” is NOT something APART from Earth-keeping


A particularly troubling portion of a comment in a thread under one of my posts in a Facebook group (“The New Methodists”): “we must care for the planet, and yet our priority is the propagation of the gospel of Jesus” This is the problem with the above: We see in that brief sentence fragment a very disjointed, disengaged notion (from Continue Reading

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Gnostic heresy is earth killing


The Ecological Crisis represents what is the most direct assault and consequence of the disengagement from life of the gnostic heresy. To segregate salvation and spirituality into some “internal” transaction is a false move and a distortion of the gospel of Jesus. For sure, there are things happening “within us” as we engage the world from within The Kingdom of Continue Reading

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Bad headlines


This headline is woefully inadequate. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2019/09/22/no-one-seemed-to-notice-greta-thunbergs-critique-of-the-green-new-deal But hey, that’s headlines for you. It’s not specifically “Green New Deal”. It’s the political game around it, which has become “IT” because “it” is the present expression of the urgency brewing in the “left” ranks. But many of the people behind the Green New Deal would be the first to tell you that Continue Reading

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Doing something about Climate Change is “Gospel”


“The gospel call to love one’s neighbor is, in our time and place, most fully a call to do something about climate change,” he said, “because at the moment, we’re drowning our neighbors, sickening our neighbors, making it impossible for our neighbors to grow food.” — Bill McKibben  ?The dominant theological issue?: Environmentalist Bill McKibben wants your pastor at the Continue Reading

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