Bryan Fischer had Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance, the wingnut world’s go-to guy for anti-environmental idiocy, on his radio show last week and they had their typically ridiculous conversation. They said that not using all the coal, oil and natural gas that God provided for us is an insult to God, just like being negative when you get a Christmas present you don’t like. Oh, and God buried them really deep because he likes to watch us find them.
So wouldn’t it also be an insult to God not to use the sun and the wind to produce energy? Or does this only apply to fuels that are buried deep in the earth and relatively difficult to find and extract?
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