COP21: Pope’s adviser urges Catholics to join climate marches

The Pope’s closest adviser on ecology has urged Catholics to join global climate marches planned for Sunday.
In an internal letter to bishops, Cardinal Peter Turkson says people should be “encouraged” to exercise their “ecological citizenship”.
The letter says that climate negotiators meeting in Paris need to hear the voice of “God’s people”.
Activists say the call is evidence of a step-change in the Church’s approach to climate change.
Major demonstrations across the world have been planned to mark the start of the global climate conference, known as COP21. CONTINUE

Sheila Zilinsky w/ Dave Hodges: The Green Agenda and Aborted Fetal Cells In our Food

I am not really a fan of Ms. Zilinsky’s show. They sometimes seem over-the-top and I got the impression she does not believe in the pre-trib rapture. If this is not the case, then please correct me in the comments. Anyway, I share this for you to once again prayerfully consider and, as always, be a good Berean in addition to praying for wisdom and discretion.