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"Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge? ... I will demand of thee, and answer thou me.
Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth? declare, if thou hast understanding" (Job chapters 38-41)
"all things were created by
him and for him: and He is before all things, and by him all things consist"
"While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease" (Genesis 8:21-22).
"And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new" (Revelation 21:1,5a).
Gaia Hypothesis, 'Mother' Earth
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Let's Kill Babies and Put Them to Good Use (25 March 2014)
"We have come to the place where we slavishly worship the earth and do all we can to preserve animal and plant life, yet we kill babies with impunity at the same time..."
The Green Agenda: The Gaia Hypothesis (No Date. Possibly 2007)
"Anyone who has studied the global green movement has no doubt heard of 'Gaia'. believers in Gaia, or 'Gaians' as they often refer to themselves, claim that the earth is a sentient super-being, an ancient goddess spirit, deserving of worship and reverence. ... Gaians teach that the 'Earth Goddess', or Mother Earth, must be protected from destructive human activity. it is this belief that fuels the environmental movement, sustainable development, and a global push for the return of industrialized nations to a more primitive way of life..."
The Green Agenda: Gaia's Gurus (No Date. Possibly 2007)
"From a Gaian activist's perspective the theory of Global Warming presents a dream scenario. It strikes at the very heart of 'Gaia's greatest threat' - capitalism and modern industrial society. ... [M]any of the most vocal politicians and scientists currently raising alarms about Global Warming are also actively involved in the Gaia Cult and Deep Ecology. ... these are not the members of some fringe green New Age cult. These are people in positions of significant power and leadership..."
The Green Agenda: The Green Web (No Date. Possibly 2007)
"The leaders of the Global Green Agenda are deadly serious about their intention to 'transform humanity into an interdependent global sustainable Earth Community, based on reverence and respect for Gaia', and they have been spreading their tentacles into every area of global politics..."
The Green Agenda: Global Consciousness (No Date. Possibly 2007)
"When I read what [the Gaians] proposed 20 years ago and then see it unfolding before my eyes I have to take their proposals for developing a global consciousness in order to reconnect with Gaia very seriously..."
The Green Agenda: The Earth Charter (No Date. Possibly 2007)
"Unlike Agenda 21, which is a hard law document, the Earth Charter lays out the principles which laws and regulations will have to promote and enforce. ... Again, unlike Agenda 21, the Earth Charter is not being forced on local communities from above. The United Nations is quietly fostering a grass-roots mainstream movement where people personally commit themselves to the Charter. They believe that this personal commitment will be necessary to bring about the societal transformation that the Charter requires..."
"We should all want to be wise and careful stewards of the beautiful planet we call home. But most of us realise that humans in general are not being good stewards. We are wasteful with our natural resources and have reduced biodiversity. Therefore, when we read about groups and organisations calling for a 'green revolution' and a new relationship between humanity and nature it is easy to agree with their ideas. However, certain aspects of the modern green movement that is permeating every segment of our society are not about protecting the environment. You don't have to dig very deep to discover the true beliefs of the influential leaders who are using genuine concerns about the environment to promote an agenda of fear and control..."
All of the books recommended here should be obtainable from one or more of the online bookshops listed at usedbooksearch.net
The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism (2013)
"Do you believe we should bomb our economy back to the dark ages? Carpet our beautiful countryside with bat-chomping, bird-slicing eco-crucifixes? Indoctrinate our kids with scary North Korea-style propaganda nonsense in order to deal with the alleged perils of 'climate change'? Neither does [this author]..."
"If global warming isn't real then how come the ice caps are melting? Why would all the world's top scientists lie to us? What exactly is so wrong with biofuels, wind farms, carbon taxes, sustainability and preserving scarce resources for future generations? And what about Bangladesh, the drowning Maldives and all those endangered polar bears? [This author] has all the answers - and they're not the ones Al Gore would like you to hear. In Watermelons [this author] tells the shocking true story of how a handful of political activists, green campaigners and voodoo scientists engineered the world's biggest, most expensive and destructive outbreak of mass hysteria - one that threatens the very fabric of Western Civilisation. As the world stands on the brink of a new Great Depression, [this author's] message could not be more timely or urgent. In order to save our planet must we really surrender to the green movement's misanthropic tyranny? Or might there be a better way?"
The Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World (2001)
"The idea for this book was born in a bookstore in Los Angeles in February 1997. I was standing leafing through Wired Magazine and read an interview with the American economist Julian Simon, from the University of Maryland. He maintained that much of our traditional knowledge about the environment is quite simply based on preconceptions and poor statistics. Our doomsday conceptions of the environment are not correct. He stressed that he only used official statistics, which everyone has access to and can use to check his claims. I was provoked. I'm an old left-wing Greenpeace member and had for a long time been concerned about environmental questions..."
Under the Spell of Mother Earth (1992)
"Concern for the environment has joined with mysticism to spark a return to ancient forms of nature worship. ... Living under the spell of Mother Earth can mean: * Elevating Mother Earth from legend to religion; * Basing environmental concerns in ancient myths and pagan practices; * Personalizing, even deifying the earth and its creatures; * Depersonalizing God and people; * Seeking a Goddess Mother as the source of all life; * Blending Christianity with Babylonian spirituality now seducing the Western world. [This book] will alert you to the fast-spreading influence of nature worship in [the West]. It will also show you how to resist this insidious religion, especially when you and your children encounter it in unexpected places." http://www.crossroad.to/text/1-books.htm
Three Views of the Earth