The IRD goes green. Not

Sarah Posner of the American Prospect has the story:

In a new initiative launched last week, a group of conservative Christian organizations that deny the role of human activity in global warming, call for helping the poor by advocating against environmental regulation. This coalition takes direct aim at the "creation care" movement -- a different coalition of evangelicals who advocate for environmental protection.

Read number 4 on her most recent Fundamentalist.

Comments (1)

Yup. If you read Ms. Posner's post #4 and follow the link to the "We Get It!" coalition's website, there's the IRD as bold as brass!

The IRD is not only hostile to the Episcopal Church (as well as the United Methodist Church and the Presbyterian Church (USA)), they are also dangerous to the whole of humankind and to God's green earth.

I see Dr. Radner is no longer listed as a member of the IRD board. Has he had a conversion experience?


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