Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Food for Earth Day Thought

There's a proverb that says - "The first to present his case seems right, till another comes forward, and questions him." Or, in other words, it's always good to hear both sides of a story, before you decide who is right.

With that in mind, and because Earth Day is this week, making it a good time to stop, and consider what sort of a job we're doing taking care of our planet, I'd challenge you to go, and watch an Answers in Genesis, video on demand, called Global Warming: A Scientific and Biblical Expose of Climate Change (you can find it by clicking - here).

Most of us have heard the theory, that excess carbon emissions are causing global warming (did you know it was only a theory?). This video presents an alternate, scientific theory for the causes of climate change, without denying their existence. It's sort of a rebuttal to Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, and if nothing else, it makes for some interesting food for Earth Day thought.

It's great to be a homeschooler.


Debbie said...

Thank you for sharing! I've always said that while we haven't helped our planet, we are not the only reason for Global warming. History definately supports this!

Unknown said...

I am DEFINITELY incorporating this clip into our lessons for "Earth Day!"

I believe God gave us a responsibility to take care of his creation, but some of this "Going Green" propaganda is "Going OVERBOARD" in my humble opinion.

Ticia said...

So going to go watch this, there is a big difference between caring for our planet and worshipping it.

An Almost Unschooling Mom said...

Ticia - Yes! My husband was worried after the Earth Day cookies we made, people might think we were Earth worshipers - so I thought this would be a good link to share :)