#2 reason you shouldn’t worry about global warming
In reason #1, Del Tackett and Dr. Larry Vardiman discuss how, when you understand the earth is only thousands of years old, it was designed, and it only tipped into an Ice Age after the cataclysmic Flood, then that will have you looking at global warming catastrophism differently than if you believe the planet is millions of years old, was created by chance, and has gone through repeatedly cycles of catastrophic weather in the past.
Reason #2 relates to how history shows us that whenever doomsday predictions run up against the Bible, they’ll eventually be shown to be wrong. That happened with overpopulation fears, which presented children as a curse, rather than the blessing God says they are (Prov. 17:6, Ps. 113.9, Ps. 127:3-5). Of course, that some global warming proponents now also think of children as being a curse isn’t absolute proof they are wrong about the danger of global warming. But we can be confident that solutions that require fewer children are absolutely wrong.
Environmentalist pushes for less solar and wind and more nuclear (17 min)
While this presenter may or may not be a Christian, his approach to reducing greenhouse emissions aligns with Christianity better than zero population initiatives (which conflict with Prov. 17:6, Ps. 113.9, Ps. 127:3-5) or carbon taxes that hurt the poor (which conflict with Prov. 14:31, Is. 1:17, etc.).
I was America’s first ‘nonbinary’ person. It was all a sham. (10 min. read)
A man who tried to become a woman shares how he “should have been stopped, but out-of-control transgender activism had made [nurses and doctors] too scared to say no.”
Best bit of premarital advice we got and love to give…
This isn’t profound, but it is wise.
Is your child enslaved by a complaining spirit?
Moody teens most often start as complaining kids. How can we help them in their early years?
Sex matters – everyone knows men and women are different (4 min)
Philosophy professor and Christian apologist Sean McDowell on how it takes a lot of effort to keep denying the obvious.