Connecting the Dots – Environmentalism as Spiritualism


Download: RNNCTD – June 8, 2017

...is the new green religion really good for humanity?

Tonight we will be examining the new green religion that seems to be competing with, co-opting, and destroying our traditional Christian belief system. Has “saving the earth” and climate change become the religion of choice for many Americans? Moreover, are many of our traditional Christian Churches falling into the trap of supporting this new religion, all the while ignoring the obvious Pagan characteristics that make this new religion heresy?

Key to the new Green Religion is an acknowledgement that man is nothing more than one species in a world filled with species, and that we are no more important or vital than any other animal, or plant. Human exceptionalism as taught in the Bible is twisted and wrong according to the new Green Religion, and control of human activity from cradle to grave becomes a necessary part of the salvation of Mother Earth, aka Gaia.

Please join us for a very stimulating discussion of what constitutes the new religion, who the primary actors and financiers are, and who will benefit from the new green religion. Ask your priest or pastor to listen to this program and to compare the information provided with the world that he/she sees evolving around them though public education and environmental pressure groups.
Paul Driessen Eco-Imperialism web site

John Larabell Article – Green Religion

PAUL DRIESSEN is senior policy analyst for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and Heartland Institute, public policy institutes that promote environmental stewardship, enhanced human health and welfare, and personal liberties and civil rights. He writes and speaks regularly on environmental, energy and economic development, malaria eradication, climate change, human rights, corporate social responsibility and sustainable development issues.
Driessen’s book, Eco-Imperialism: Green Power – Black Death, documents the harm that restrictive environmental policies often have on poor families in developing countries, by restricting access to life-enhancing modern technologies. It is has been published in the United States, Argentina (Spanish), India (English), Germany (German) and Italy (Italian). He also wrote Cracking Big Green: Saving the world from the Save-the-Earth money machine (with Ron Arnold), Miracle Molecule: Carbon dioxide, gas of life, and Climate Hype Exposed.
Paul Driessen complete bio

John T. Larabell is the copy editor at TNA. He does editorial work for The New American’s print magazine and website and occasionally writes articles.
John has a Bachelor’s degree in Theology.

Other Articles by John Larabell:

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Rise of Doublethink

The Future According to Green

Scandinavia: Successful Socialism?

The Rise of the Robots


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