Will we "pollute" ourselves from entry into heaven?

11:03 AM

THIS (excerpted below) article, noting the idea of the new president's science advisor, recommending "limiting population" to improve the environment is aligned with the Culture of Death.

We live in a world where people see children as a burden to their finances and freedom and where old people are equally inconvenient. The world has responded to devalue life...choosing abortion, birth control and euthanasia.

I hope and pray that mankind can and should recognize our personal responsibility to not pollute the earth....but a child does not necessarily equal a threat to the earth! How we pollute is a learned behavior, not an innate one...so, take away the SUVs first and educate/lead us to cleaner choices! Consider that ice once covered the land we tread right now...BEFORE man was on it to make the carbon emissions. There ARE different theories in the scientific community.

" ...2008 has been a year of records for cold and snowfall and may indeed be the coldest year of the 21st century thus far. In the U.S., the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration registered 63 local snowfall records and 115 lowest-ever temperatures for the month of October.
Global thermometers stopped rising after 1998, and have plummeted in the last two years by more than 0.5 degrees Celsius. The 2007-2008 temperature drop was not predicted by global climate models. But it was predictable by a decline in sunspot activity since 2000.

When the sun is active, it's not uncommon to see sunspot numbers of 100 or more in a single month. Every 11 years, activity slows, and numbers briefly drop near zero. Normally sunspots return very quickly, as a new cycle begins. But this year, the start of a new cycle, the sun has been eerily quiet.

The first seven months averaged a sunspot count of only three and in August there were no sunspots at all — zero — something that has not occurred since 1913.

According to the publication Daily Tech, in the past 1,000 years, three previous such events — what are called the Dalton, Maunder and Sporer Minimums — have all led to rapid cooling. One was large enough to be called the Little Ice Age (1500-1750).

The Little Ice Age has been a problem for global warmers because it serves as a reminder of how the earth warms and cools naturally over time. It had to be ignored in the calculations that produced the infamous and since-discredited hockey stick graph that showed a sharp rise in warming alleged to be caused by man."

and more......

"In a speech at Harvard last November, Harvard physicist John Holden, President-elect Obama's choice to be his science adviser as director of the White House Office of Science and Technology, presented a "top 10" list of warming solutions.

Topping the list was "limiting population," as if man was a plague upon the earth.
This is a major tenet of green dogma that bemoans the fact that the pestilence called mankind comes with cars, factories and overconsumption of fossil fuels and other resources.

R. Timothy Patterson, professor of geology and director of the Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Centre of Canada's Carleton University, says: "I and the first-class scientists I work with are consistently finding excellent correlations between the regular fluctuations of the sun and earthly climate. This is not surprising. The sun and the stars are the ultimate source of energy on this planet."

Indeed, a look at a graph of solar irradiance from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows little solar activity during the Little Ice Age and significant activity during recent times.

Don't blame Dick and Jane — blame sunspots."

A wider approach than blame should include admitting our selfishness. Mankind is smart enough to make changes that reduce and reuse but change is not always convenient. Extra effort is not easy and we don't like to "suffer" even though suffering is redemptive.


Let's honor and respect the earth AND humanity. Let's make smarter,faithful choices for the earth AND it's inhabitants without devaluing LIFE. In the beginning (Genesis 9:7) God said, " 'increase you and multiply, and go upon the earth, and fill it. " Life is a gift from God...it is a grace. Do we shut ourselves off from His graces to "save" a planet? We were made to procreate...internal and external organs DESIGNED for it....the most NATURAL thing we do.


If we believe in God and His Word then there's another question....one with longer reaching, eternal consequences Are we made for this life...or the next? Happy here or Happy hereafter?


Will we "pollute" ourselves from entry into heaven?

8 comments:

carmelitemom said...

This was AWESOME Allison! Thank you for sharing. I will be passing it along...Theresa

Nadja Magdalena said...

I was just reading a sunspot article I found a link to on Spirit Daily.

All people should be good stewards of the earth, as human kind was meant to do from Adam on, but to do as some environmentalists do, as one woman I read of ("I refuse to have any children...to do so would be adding to the strain on our environment.") is pure stupidity, but it shows the attitude of many who lack faith in eternity. If this world is all we have, then it must be protected at the cost of anything else. But then, if you have no children, for whom are you protecting it?

Great post, Allison!

Therese said...

Thank you for sharing this...I pray that we can all be the example that limiting family size is NOT the answer.

Christine said...

Great post! I do think there is too much pollution...but only because humans want so much stuff. Wal-mart is loaded with "junk". Why do we need so much "JUNK?"

Journey of Truth (Sarah) said...

Well said.

Jamie said...

Great post. I got sick to my stomach when I read the part about more children being pollution.

Cheryl said...

Allison,
May I put this post and a link to your site on my blog? It is so wonderful. I actually have friends that think this way about children. It is very sad. I would like them to read it. This was just wonderful! Thanks!
Cheryl

+JMJ+ said...

Ok Cheryl.

There are a lot of links in this post that I do think are thought-provoking.

Thanks!

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