Being Protestant means being bad

May 2nd, 2016 | By | Category: Spirituality

Religious dogma has been replaced by secular dogma, and few dogmas are more dogmatic than those of the current environmental movement. To question any assertion made by an environmentalist is to invite criticism, much of it ad hominem, from the disciples of the Green gospel.

The present Green narrative finds its roots in Rachel Carson’s 1962 book Silent Spring. The Green narrative demonises Protestant Christianity, claiming that after the Reformation God was transcendent and otherworldly, and that nature became disenchanted, lost its magic. According to the narrative, a mechanistic account …