Former Vice President Al Gore is considering becoming a Catholic because Pope Francis (who is ordering his church to believe in global warming) is such an amazing man of God.
“I’m a Protestant, but I’ll tell you, because of Pope Francis, I really could become a Catholic. He is really an amazing spiritual leader,” Gore told Father John S. Rausch, who appeared with him on CNN Tuesday as part of a climate change town hall event.
Gore, who was raised a Southern Baptist, went on to recommend that people of all faith traditions read Pope Francis's Environmental encyclical letter Laudato Si, “which really addressed the question that you’re asking here.”
Pope Francis and Al Gore have a lot in common. Both claim to be men of God. But don’t seem to read the Bible.
The pope wrote, the Earth “is protesting for the wrong that we are doing to her, because of the irresponsible use and abuse of the goods that God has placed on her. We have grown up thinking that we were her owners and dominators, authorized to loot her.”
God gave Adam and Eve dominance over the Earth in the Garden of Eden. So, if the Bible is correct, then yes homo sapiens do have dominance over the earth. Now that is not to say these men are purposefully intending to con people every time they open their mouths. But, it sure does seems mighty suspicious that the will of God happens to align with their pocketbooks.
Just listen to almost Catholic Al Gore’s take on loving Jesus and global warming,
“Now I was taught in my church that the purpose of life is to glorify God and if we are heaping contempt on God’s creation, then we’re not living up to the duty that God is calling us to,” Gore said. “And so this — the way we live our lives is definitely connected to this. It is — it’s not a political issue, it is a moral and spiritual issue. And thank you for bringing that up.”
Where do people get the notion that believing global warming is not going to kill us all anytime soon equates “heaping contempt” on God’s creation?
That is a ludicrous jump of logic. But, clearly, Al Gore doesn't expect anyone hearing the words coming out of his mouth to be capable of rational thought.
Is Al Gore a vegetarian? Wouldn’t that be “heaping contempt” on an animal to kill and eat it? Wouldn’t that be following the order of life outlined in Genesis where man had dominance over the food chain and ecosystem? And we all know Pope Francis, Al Gore, and the rest of the gang are re-writing the book for “The Religion of the New World Order”. They want to live how God intended the world while milking and subjecting the common man. You do know that, right?
Just listen to how co-panelist, priest, and Pope Francis advocate explained the Catholic Church's stance on global warming to Al Gore and Anderson Cooper,
Glenmary priest John S. Rausch, an environmental activist, said that his experience as a priest in Appalachia has led him to believe the climate crisis is a crisis in spirituality.
“There are many who are living in poverty, and they’re not only living in poverty, they’re living right next to polluted streams and mountains that have been destroyed,” Rausch said.
O goodness. People are hungry. But, that’s not the half of it! They’re hungry next to a polluted stream. For the love of Jesus get that stream a water purifier and a multi-thousand dollar government initiative to stop global warming. Whew. Crisis averted. Humanity is saved.
And it’s all thanks to our liberal saviors like Al Gore, and Father Rausch for being willing to enjoy fast paced jet-setting lifestyles to help the common man understand preserving the earth for the global elite 1,000 years from now perchance a hypothetical disaster strikes is more important than feeding hungry kids or fighting human trafficking, and other humanitarian endeavors.
Father Rausch has said that he drives many thousands of miles each year, but whatever environmental degradation that ensues is worth it because of the important work he is doing
“Dealing with issues in Appalachia requires me to drive 22,000 miles a year,” he said. “My carbon footprint may be big, but the region is ever expansive and demanding my driving.”
Nonetheless, other people should probably be driving less, the priest suggested, such as those who drive “100 miles for some sporting event” and think nothing of it.
“For essential driving,” he said, “we rely on community members to contribute some of their ‘carbon miles,’ so others can bring compassion to outside situations.”
Perfect sense. We all get to change our way of life, deliberately prioritize helping the planet vs. helping people, so you can go around telling us what to do next with a scot free green conscience.
The real “crisis in spirituality” going on right now is that the man supposedly leading the Catholic Church claims having a “personal relationship with Jesus” is “harmful and dangerous” while ordering priests to manifest total obedience to the church's positions on topics such as global warming or be excommunicated.
Jesus didn't come down to Earth to stop global warming. He came to literally tear down the veil in the Temple separating men from having a personal relationship with Jesus. It is beyond suspect that the unbiblical new heresies being taught by Pope Francis are the only things supporting the Church's shift away from helping people to helping the trees.