Evangelical Skepticism about Global Warming
By E. Calvin Beisner (Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, Newsletter, May 10, 2008)
National Spokesman, April 29, 2008
Only by using an unjustifiably broad definition of “evangelical,” provided by a theologically indifferent, secular polling organization, can the ECI claim widespread evangelical support for its view.
For a view that better represents evangelicals, see “A Call to Truth” and [click here] for a list of its signers. And for thorough explanation of why evangelicals should not be alarmed about global warming, see [this]. (more, and better qualified in the science and economics necessary to assess the issue, than the ECI). The Southern Baptist Convention, representing over 16 million Southern Baptists, adopted a resolution diametrically opposed to the ECI. And for thorough explanation of why evangelicals should not be alarmed about global warming, see [this].