Climate change? Don’t worry, be happy!
WHY? Because an “expert” in the subject says weird weather patterns are a sign of Jesus’ imminent return.
Who is this dumbbell? Why, none other than Matthew Hagee, executive pastor of the 20,000 member Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas.
Speaking on his “Hagree Hotline” yesterday, he kicked off by informing viewers that in situations where “men are saying things that contradict God’s word; God’s word is accurate and men are wrong” … and that is why Christians should not believe in climate change.
Hagee explained that the views put forth by scientists and experts on any subject are not to be believed if those views are at odds with what the Bible teaches. So the extreme weather events that the planet has been experiencing are not the result of climate change but are rather signs of the End Times and the imminent return of Jesus Christ.
The Bible says that whenever we approach the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ[and] that there would be strange weather patterns. Jesus said this in Matthew the twenty-fifth chapter.
So we have a decision to make: do we believe what an environmentalist group says and choose to live in a world where we’re attempting to make everything as clean in the air as possible, or do we believe what the Bible says, that these things were going to happen and that rather than try to clean up all of the air and solve all of the problems of the world by eliminating factories, we should start to tell people about Jesus Christ who is to return?
This bilge follows an earlier Hagee broadcast this month in which he called on conservative Christians to become more “spiritually violent” in fighting against such evils as gay marriage and abortion because secularists who support such things have:
Become violent with people of faith.
There is a value in spiritual violence and it is time that you considered the role that you are playing or not playing and whether or not it’s time for you to become more aggressive in your beliefs.
Hat tip: Penigma