The quick answer is absolutely no! To continue to advance this is spiritually and intellectually dishonest. We now know that many scientists, computer models and Al Gore were way off in predicting cataclysmic events with sea levels rising so as to submerge major coastal cities by 2014. In 2008 ABC’s Good Morning America featured Bob Woodruff who made predictions about global warming (GW). He said that by 2015 NY City would be underwater, gas, because of GW would be $9.00 a gallon (average this June is $2.75) and a gallon of milk would be $13 (as of June the average is $3.39).
The most significant moral crisis of our day? Hardly. Why even the current pope has recently been found promoting this fiasco. Have you heard the polar caps are melting? Well, truth is, while polar ice caps have waxed and waned in size and thickness for thousands of years, they have, over the last couple of years, actually been significantly growing. Don’t take my word for it. This is based on reputable science. Polar ice caps according to Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF), the European Space Agency, the Danish Meteorological Institute, the University of Illinois Cryrosphere Project, the Cryo-Satellite Institute, NASA, John Coleman who co-founded the Weather Channel and many others confirm that they are more stable and much thicker than once predicted they would be.
Biblically, the moral dilemma of our day is NOT about global warming; it IS about un-repentance and not believing in the gospel which is about the substitutionary atonement for our sins. Since the dawn of humanity there has been rebellion against the one true God (manifest in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit) who created and sustains all things. God the Father has provided one way back to him and that is through His Eternal Son. So GW is a distraction both politically and for the cause of legitimate environmentalism. It is not only a lie foisted to strangle business and free enterprise; a lie to not only tax and tax some more, but is essentially a new religion to get one’s eye off the message of what the Bible says is of first importance which is the gospel of Jesus Christ (see I Corinthians 15:3-4). The Apostle Paul wrote these words to his understudy Timothy: “For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want tot hear.” — 2 Timothy 4:3