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By Carter LeCraw, CEO, American Values Investments, Inc., May 22, 2024

This article was originally published by Carter LeCraw, CEO, American Values Investments, Inc. on X (formerly Twitter). Republished with permission.

 

God, in His infinite wisdom and mercy, has arranged the earth, together with its climate, to be stable, self-correcting, and able to handle billions of people. Furthermore, God remains active in the ‘management’ of the earth and its climate for the benefit of its inhabitants.

(LifeSiteNews) — The discussion on climate has been primarily from a fact-based or scientific perspective. But what about a theological perspective? Might God actually have something to say about the climate He made? Hubris is certainly a danger in trying to determine God’s opinion, but an attempt to discern His thoughts on this important subject seems worth the risk. Hopefully, theological truth will be presented, and more discussion will be generated about God’s view of His climate.

The Bible will be the main source of reference. We will explore seven basic theological premises. This article is not designed to be an in-depth theological treatise and will, therefore, keep the discussion on a basic level. To be clear, the author is not a professional theologian, but one who does believe in the truths contained in the Bible. …