As scientific data increasingly supports observations of human induced climate change, however, many are now taking action.”It is a very appropriate move in terms of a biblical basis and, in fact, long overdue,” said Fred Van Dyke, who teaches environmental ethics at Wheaton College. “The evangelical community has long associated the environmental agenda with a liberal agenda, but they are getting over it.”Roy Spencer, principal research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and former senior climate scientist with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, said he is concerned that the initiative focuses too strongly on activism and not enough on science. In the monograph, the alliance said that climate change science remains inconclusive.”We cannot say for certain how much the planet may be warming, how much is due to human activities versus natural cycles, or whether these changes in global temperature would be mostly good or mostly bad for the majority of people,” Spencer wrote in the monograph.Other prominent evangelical figures such as Focus on the Family chairman James Dobson, and Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship Ministries have also said they are concerned about the Evangelical Climate Initiative stance on environmental policy.The media, in particular, has misrepresented the effort as the majority opinion among evangelicals, said Cal Beisner, an associate professor of historical theology and social ethics at Knox Theological Seminary and an adviser for the initiative.

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