Rush Limbaugh says you can’t believe in God and man-made global warming at the same time


The mind boggles at the thought that countless Limbaugh Dittoheads are going to embrace THIS NONSENSE:

Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh chastised Secretary of State John Kerry during Monday’s show for having the audacity to believe in God and climate change at the same time.

Limbaugh evidently took issue with recent comments Secretary Kerry made while speaking before the State Department’s Office of Faith-Based Community Initiatives, particularly his assertion that climate change was “a challenge to our responsibilities as the guardians–safe guarders of God’s creation.”

According to Limbaugh, Kerry’s prayerful call to protect the planet was simply too much for the mind to handle:

See, in my humble opinion, folks, if you believe in God, then intellectually you cannot believe in manmade global warming … You must be either agnostic or atheistic to believe that man controls something that he can’t create.

Rush Limbaugh may not be a master of theological nuance. Still, his core assertion — that someone can’t believe in God while also believing that humanity has contributed to global climate change — dusts off an old conservative myth that, like climate change-denying in general, ignores data, facts, and the lived experience of billions of people across the globe.

In reality, millions of church-goers in the United States already recognize that the evidence for climate change is undeniable. A December 2012 survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute found that strong majorities of most American faith traditions agreed that the recent string of natural disasters were the result of climate change…




  1. Lisa A. Leitter

    Will someone please put a cork in Limbaugh’s blow hole? We could all use a rest from this nonsense.

  2. You should stop listening to him Lisa.

  3. ken ketchum

    Rush can say what they tell him to say, whether he believes it himself or not, he still said it.

    They know that it would hurt their economy if everyone slowed down on excess and lived a little more cautiously and appreciative of what God has given us.

    As for his mention of God I assume he means “HaShem”.

    The bible specifically says that mankind will be ruining the entire world.

    It says that in revelation, that God returns, to cast judgement upon those who are destroying the earth.

    There are God’s judgments of course listed, but afore all that, it says that the earth will warm, begin to burn mankind’s flesh and that the seas shall rise and cause storms, etc, etc…

    That all can be found in the words of the apostles, etc.

    The bible says that man will be the cause of that, due to greed and the evil desire of their hearts.

    IF Rush believes what he says is true, then he obviously has not read the bible, or is of some other religion.

    The bible states it very clearly that mankind will be destroying the earth, and what those causes are. And it’s obvious it will be man made, if it says, God is coming to judge those who are destroying the earth.

    Rush, read the bible.

    I know you have done unheard of things to the world yourself, with your callous words and actions, but you can be saved and healed.

    Sure, sure, your family, your foundation, your corporation and all those little incorporates that fund you and make sure you can buy anything you want and live in luxury will turn on you, but though a man gain the whole world, what can he give in return for his soul?

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