Check out this new Presbyterian hymn worshiping the climate and tell me Wokeism isn't a religion
· Oct 28, 2021 ·

This is an actual new hymn from the long-heretical PCUSA denomination:

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I really, really can't make this up.

Let's look at a few verses here:

The climate is changing! Creation cries out! Your people face flooding and fire and drought. We see the great heat waves and storms at their worst. We pray for the poor Lord, for they suffer first.

Uh, I hate to break it to you guys while you're singing about all these great climate fears you have, but Jesus has a message for y'all:

And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not alarmed, for this must take place, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places. All these are but the beginning of the birth pains.

There's also that thing about how Creation is in "bondage to corruption" and "groaning" because of our rebellion against God, and will one day "obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God" when God renews all things. And I shouldn't have to tell you this, but the Bible teaches the only hope of that renewal comes through Jesus Christ, not through Greta Thunberg and the Paris Climate Accord.

Let's continue with the song:

We pray for the animals here in our midst who cannot defend their own right to exist. We pray for the mountains and forests and seas that bear the harsh footprint of our human greed.

There's definitely no pantheism or animism at play here.

I'm totally certain they aren't getting their theology from Disney's Pocahontas... right?

We'll skip to verse four, also known as the "Ode to Al & Greta":

We thank you for leaders, courageous and brave, who know that the earth is worth fighting to save, who care about justice and what they should do, who listen to science and work hard for you.

Try to convince me that this climate insanity isn't a religion.

...Because you've literally got churches that claim to follow Jesus that are writing hymns about how the world will burn unless we pony up a few trillion dollars in indulgences to have John Kerry ward off the sun god.

These minstrels are paying homage to a new priestly caste. Their words do not honor the God of Abraham, Jacob, and Isaac, but some god of their own making.

The Jesus they profess is not the Jesus who reigns over all things.

The Apostle Peter would say they are "ignorant and unstable," twisting Scripture "to their own destruction."

You can be concerned for stewarding the earth God created without joining the cult!


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