How should Christians respond to climate change?

How should Christians respond to climate change? As a Christian, I acknowledge there is a crucial need to conserve the environment and various measures should be taken into account to make this possible. However, I disagree with the climate change movement and activists who are making assumptions, claiming that the world will end in a decade if their claims are not taken seriously.

I want to make it clear that the climate change idea is a cult and it has nothing to do with preserving the environment, and I’ll prove this to you in a moment.

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These climate change activists are invoking fear in the masses by giving politically engineered predictions about climate change as a whole. The computer models they use to predict climate patterns are distorted to give a specific output that aligns with the climate change agenda and narratives.

The push for these climate ideas is not intended to protect nature but rather to give power to a few individuals and specifically to the government. It is now clear that the global elite and governments are seeking to have full control of their citizens.

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This was made evident by the way governments handled covid-19, claiming it was the end of the human race. Now we know that the vaccines were ineffective, and the governments knew it from the beginning. They took advantage of this pandemic to launder money and pass stupid legislation.

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Is the climate change movement a cult?

We know that the climate change ideology is not only concerned with environmental conservation, but also it is tied to LQBTQ, abortion, and other “human rights” groups. It is clear that none of these agendas are in any way intended to make life better for the majority.

What does LGBTQ and abortion have to do with climate change? The agenda is simple; to reduce the global population by killing innocent babies and promoting child genital mutilation to ensure there is little to no repopulation.

We also know that nuclear energy is the cleanest form of green energy yet environmental activist denied this fact by pointing to a few examples of nuclear disasters in the past. My question to them is, did we stop building ships because the Titanic sank, or did we stop producing more cars given the statistics of the thousands of road accidents every day?

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They promote solar energy and wind power which are unreliable and expensive. Nuclear energy produces cheap clean energy that can be used to power desalination plants, convert seawater to clean drinking water, make more water available for agriculture, and much more.

Again, we currently have the best nuclear power plant models compared to the previous ones. It is clear these people do not want to solve climate change, but they want to use solar and wind energy since they are tied to other social-political matters such as abortion and human rights.

This is because nuclear power is a threat to the narrative and control of the masses.

I am by no means denying the risks involved with nuclear power. Think of it this way, your body cells are powered by nuclear chemical reactions, the solar system is powered by nuclear energy, and everything else in the universe. If it is a nuclear disaster, we have always been in one since the beginning of the universe.

Should Christians be concerned about climate change?

As I said earlier climate change is a reality that we are all facing and there are various measures we can take to preserve the environment. God has called us to be stewards of his resources

Genesis 1:28
And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth

We are called to subdue the Earth. Therefore, we have the mandate to preserve nature and this can be accomplished by planting trees and using alternative clean energy sources like hydro, geothermal, nuclear, solar energy, gas, and wind energy.

Christians should not let any narrative make them fearful as “God has not given us a Spirit of fear but of power self-control and love”. (2 Timothy 1:7)

“Remember fear is the greatest weapon in the enemy’s arsenal. It is a tool of control.”

What does the Bible teach about climate change?

Jesus made it clear in His prophecy concerning the end-time, that there will be climate change-related disasters such as famine and earthquakes. From this, we know that these things will certainly come to pass as we draw closer to the coming of Christ.

Matthew 24:7-8
For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places. All these are but the beginning of the birth pains.

Moreover, we know that the causes of such natural disasters are attributed to the wickedness in the world, just as it was during the siege of Samaria in the days of Elijah. (2 Kings 6:24-33, 7:1-20). The other examples are the flood of Noah; when God punished the whole Earth because of wickedness, and Sodom and Gomorrah; who were burnt by fire. (Gen 6:1-9, 13:13, 18:20,19:24).

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