What? Maybe you should read my post again.
Ok- I did. Sure sounds to me like you are saying environmentalists are a religous group that are following a false God.
I exhibited no "pridefulism," but that is an interesting word.
Thanks. It's was perhaps a little over-the-top sarcasm to show that I, like many, don't like being told what my beliefs are.
What prejudice do you claim in me? I made no generalization about Christians either, or if you perceived it that way I apologize.
You implied a generalization- that Christians cannot be environmentalists, or belief in global warming implies non-Christianity. If that is not what you meant, I apologize as well for misinterpriting you. However, I don't see anyway around that from your post. And- that's the problem with message boards- it's easy to be misinterprited don't worry about it.
"I am the LORD your God, you shall have no other gods before me." Agreed, that is very important, THAT is why it was first.
Ah, but that's not the first commandment- it's the first in the 10 commandments. The first instruction from God is to be good stewards of the world, naming and working with it. This shows we not only DO have the power to change the environment, we should use that power to be good stewards. Mass extinctions are not part of good stewardship.
My post was dealing with the fact that way too many have fallen for lie and have strayed away from The Truth which is found in a biblical world view.
True. And my prideful point was on your (seeming) assumption that you know exactly what the entirity of that Truth is. Personally, I don't think we can know the entirity of God. It was just a call to humility, one that I need to follow as well many times. CS Lewis said the greatest sin was pride (the sin of Lucifer), and the most seductive. I think he's right.