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The front page headline on the Aug. 4 issue of the Pantagraph read “Obama: A moral duty to cut coal.” Is it immoral to burn coal? States such as West Virginia and a group of others don’t think so. They intend to sue because of new rules the White House thinks are needed because of climate change.

Scientists and others are worried about climate change. I believe they are deceived because of unbelief of the almighty God. There have been floods and droughts, volcanoes, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes from the beginning of mankind 6,000 years ago. These could cause climate change but only if God allows it.

I really appreciated the letter Richard A. Brown wrote to the editor on the same day. I agreed with him 100 percent. His letter contained results from a popular newspaper’s research of the question, “Do you believe in God?” Sixty-four percent said "no" or "not sure," while only 36 percent said "yes." My thought is, what would be the outcome if the question was asked, “Do you believe in Jesus?” I believe the percentage would be much less than 36 who answer "yes." It’s certain our nation needs to turn to the Bible and find the truth that also leads to the prophecy being fulfilled before our very eyes.

John Gramm

Gridley

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