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LETTER: God is in control of climate

To the editor:For the past years now, we have been reading and hearing over the news about man causing global warming. Al Gore even got a million dollar Nobel Peace Prize for a book he wrote on global warming. He even states that the cow herd has...

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To the editor:
For the past years now, we have been reading and hearing over the news about man causing global warming. Al Gore even got a million dollar Nobel Peace Prize for a book he wrote on global warming. He even states that the cow herd has to be reduced because the cows’ gas emission was causing severe global warming.
Man is not causing global warming. God the creator of the universe is still in control over what is happening in our world.
About five years ago, there was a large article in the Fargo Forum entitled The earth is wobbling and tipping on its axis; Scientists are puzzled.
In the beginning, God created the universe and put the Earth perfect on its axis. Then came God’s judgment on the Earth with Noah’s flood that covered the whole Earth. After the flood, God had to do something with all the excess water so he tipped the Earth 23-1/2 degrees on its axis, causing the waters to rush to the poles, where he froze the water immediately into the glaciers.
What is happening now is that God the creator is slowly tipping the Earth back to its original position on its axis. Therefore, the Earth’s temperature is slowly changing and causing climate change around the Earth. The glaciers are slowly melting and some are breaking loose and starting to move around.
Because God is tipping the Earth back to its original position on its axis, it is causing earthquakes, floods, and weather changes around the world.
So man has nothing to say or do about the climate changes. God the creator is in control and he is coming back soon to take control and create a new Earth and Heaven.
Erhardt Dallmann
Alexandria, MN

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