Biblical creationists are often accused by secularists of denying climate change. The truth is we don’t deny climate change for different reasons to them, but do deny the climate change being claimed by today’s climate change religion! And yes, the climate change movement of today that has brainwashed so many people including most in the younger generations is a religion. It’s a religion where man worships the creation (and worships man) and believes man can save himself and save the planet. It’s a religion where the creation has dominion over man instead of the other way around.
Biblical creationists certainly believe there has been massive climate change since the Flood and in a fallen world there will continue to be climate change.
Bill Nye, TV’s popular “Science Guy” and vocal evolution defender, visited Australia in 2015. News stories indicated that he would be spreading evolutionary propaganda in an attempt to influence educators and politicians to indoctrinate school children in evolutionary naturalism (really, an atheistic view of origins—his religion).
On the Sydney Morning Herald’s (Australia’s largest newspaper) website, an article presented an interview with Nye about his Australian speaking tour.
In this article, Nye was reported as stating the following:
“Climate change is the biggest problem facing humankind,” said Nye. “But keep in mind that Mr Ham and his Answers In Genesis group deny climate change routinely. It's part of their big picture. The denial of climate change seems to be very important to him.
“Generally, climate change is generational. That is to say, there are very, very few young people who are in denial of climate change.
“My concern with Ken Ham and his people is that they work so very hard to indoctrinate schoolchildren. They have a very expansive education program; they want to raise a generation of kids in denial of climate change.”
Bill Nye also appeared on the American TV news program CBS This Morning to talk about his anti-creationist book, saying, “It’s not a coincidence that the creationists also deny climate change. It’s this really important thing to them.”
Well we do have a number of articles on our AiG website that deal with climate change. Anyone can easily search out our views and read them.