Given what John Kerry just said, one might reasonably ask a question adapted from an often-repeated liberal argument, “What about the separation of Church and State Department?”
At a special ceremony on Wednesday in Washington, the Secretary of State once again visited a subject he has frequently championed — the need to address global warming and its supposed man-made causes. But this time, Kerry connected a few rather interesting dots.
The Secretary of State pointed to Scripture, claiming it is the United States Biblical “responsibility” to “confront climate change” to help protect “vulnerable Muslim-majority countries.” Kerry did not, however, cite Bible passages to support his argument that this responsibility “comes from God.”
As one watches the video of what could be characterized as Kerry’s “sermon,” it’s also curious to note that, in referencing “Muslim-majority countries,” the U.S. Secretary of State would seem to suggest that nations can be characterized by their dominant religions. Would he be implying, then, that the United States is a Christian-majority country?
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