Evangelicals go green

A group of 86 evangelical Christian leaders launched a campaign today to educate Christians about climate change and urged the U.S. Congress to enact legislation to curb global warming. The initiative marks the first time that influential evangelicals have defied the White House on an environmental issue, going so far as to equate stopping global warming to their commitment to “protect unborn life.”

There are also evangelical groups working for peace and who oppose the Iraq war, they’re hardly all Pat Robertson types.