Easter Is The Perfect Time To Reflect On ‘Climate Change’ Or Something
That’s not really the point of Easter….
The meaning of Easter is Jesus Christ’s victory over death. His resurrection symbolizes the eternal life that is granted to all who believe in Him. The meaning of Easter also symbolizes the complete verification of all that Jesus preached and taught during His three-year ministry. If He had not risen from the dead, if He had merely died and not been resurrected, He would have been considered just another teacher or Rabbi. However, His resurrection changed all that and gave final and irrefutable proof that He was really the Son of God and that He had conquered death once and for all.
….but, then, the Cult of Climastrology likes to hijack pretty much most days of meaning, along with most issues. I mean, if we want to get political, we could say that we should reflect on the utter immorality and heartlessness of murdering the unborn through abortion. Anyhow, here’s Warmist Rod Oram
Easter is the perfect time for us to consider how well we’re looking after our life support system. Many of us have a few days off in places urban, rural, seaside or wild to savour nature, the source of everything we need for our survival; and for those of us of the great faiths of the world, all founded in the northern hemisphere, this is our spiritual spring, a time of rebirth and renewal.
We think nature is boundlessly abundant. Yet, it is astonishingly scarce. The biosphere, home to all living things from our largest plants and animals to our tiniest microbes, is just a gossamer thin layer of air, water, soil and sea enveloping the planet.
The atmosphere is barely 100km deep, with virtually all the air we breathe in the bottom 10 km. If all the atmosphere was collected in one place at sea level pressure, it would be a bubble just 2,000km in diameter, less than the drive down our north and south islands. Yet into this bubble we humans pumped last year 37 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide, compounding our climate catastrophe.
Perhaps Warmists should consider living back in nature. Give up their modern homes, live in huts and caves, no more vehicle travel, no more anything past 2000 B.C. Unfortunately, they conflate a little bit extra of carbon dioxide with the actual environment.
Yet this biosphere, our one and only, supports teeming life forms, including 7.7 billion people. But we humans have tripled in number in the past 70 years, wreaking havoc on our very life support system.
The obvious inference here is that there needs to be a population reduction. How do we do that? And how does population reduction work in the meaning of Easter and the teachings of Jesus? Well, wiping out a couple billion people doesn’t.
Now, Oram does continue on in discussing the actual environment and taking care of it, which, I think would be part of the teachings of Jesus and God, but once you’ve put it under the wing of the idiocy of anthropogenic climate change, you’ve made it all nutty political.
So, this long weekend, should you take a brief break from communing with nature to read about nature, please my I recommend an excellent companion piece to Environment Aotearoa 2019 – Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical Laudao Si’, On Care for our Common Home.
How many Warmists actually commune with nature? Some. Most live in urban areas and think a manicured park is communing with nature.
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