Why conservative Christians don’t believe in climate change

@article{Zaleha2015WhyCC,
  title={Why conservative Christians don’t believe in climate change},
  author={B. Zaleha and A. Sz{\'a}sz},
  journal={Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists},
  year={2015},
  volume={71},
  pages={19 - 30}
}
American Christians have become increasingly polarized on issues of climate change and environmental regulation. In recent years, mainline Protestant denominations and the Roman Catholic Church have made explicit declarations of support for global climate action. Prominent Southern Baptists and other evangelical Protestants, on the other hand, have issued statements that are strikingly similar to the talking points of secular climate skeptics, and have attempted to stamp out “green” efforts… Expand
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