Back in 2006 a few environmentalists produced the Evangelical Climate Initiative, which with the help of the media, portrayed the mainstream of Evangelicalism as onboard with global warming alarmism. It was a wholeheartedly deceptive document, with the names of about 190 Christian leaders -- mostly proponents of a liberal "social gospel" message rather than a literal interpretation of the Bible -- collected secretly as signatories, without consultation from what most people properly recognize as conservative mainstream of Evangelicalism. I wrote about the effort at the time for American Spectator Online.
Answer: Nothing, as theologian Cal Beisner explained on Tuesday at the Fourth International Conference on Climate Change, hosted by the Heartland Institute.
Marvin Olasky today discusses the debate on "social justice" between Glenn Beck and Jim Wallis, and relates his personal experience with the Leftist evangelist.
The National Association of Evangelicals moves in the direction of the National Council of Churches.
A compelling response from an Iowa bishop.
The Evangelical Left's misappropriation of Karl Barth.
How Christian conservatives are losing the culture war.
The evangelical left rallies to the president's cause.
Richard Cizik, now in the employ of Ted Turner's UN Foundation, dutifully advocates for "new" (i.e. liberal) evangelicals.
Nuclear disarmament advocates make common cause -- or is Reagan's former secretary of state being used?