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Megachurch Pastor Brags About How Much He Does for Climate Change While Preaching in Huge, Air-Conditioned Building

by | Sep 22, 2022

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The climate change movement has become a new religion in and of itself as its followers gather around to worship the creation rather than the Creator which God demonstrated his wrath against in Romans 1. It has gotten to the point that people will abandon all reason and logic to hold on to these “scientific” claims about the climate to the detriment of anything else that matters. For example, people are so desperate to do something about climate change that they’ll go out and spend 100 thousand dollars on a new Tesla electric car that has a larger carbon footprint in manufacturing, not to mention, charging the vehicle, than most gas-powered four-cylinder vehicles.

But, science y’all.

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But what about when the Church buys into the new religion? What about when preachers are preaching “climate science” rather than the Word of God? Well, that’s what one megachurch pastor, Greg Boyd is doing.

Boyd, who pastors Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, Minnesota, recently preached a sermon bragging about how much he’s doing to reduce trash so that he can impact the client. But, this is nothing more than virtue signaling as he preaches this in a 195-thousand square-foot air-conditioned building. Honestly, if he’s serious about it, he should tear that building down, recycle all the parts in it, and go preach in the woods. But let’s be real, he isn’t serious about it.

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