There's a great article out in the Wall Street Journal today about the split in the Evangelical movement over the issue of global warming, too bad they've put it behind a 'subscriber only' section.
For those that have an account, here's the link. For those that don't, here's the gist:
One side of the US evangelical movement believes that, ” Christians have a biblical mandate to be “good stewards of God's creation… so, Texas Baptists should demand that controversial plans to build a slew of coal-fired power plants be put on hold.”
While the other side believes, “God, [is] sovereign over his creation and no amount of coal-burning will alter by a millisecond his divine plan for the world. Fighting environmental damage is like chasing rabbits. It just distracts from core Christian duties to spread the faith and protect the unborn.”Discuss amongst yourselves.