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We must not ignore the prophets

Gathered journeys could help in the fight against global warming, says Alan Storkey

THERE is a great deal in the Bible about prophecy that is ignored. When God sends his word through prophets, they are met with incomprehension by rulers and people alike. Of course, biblical prophecy will never be matched in depth or authority, but there are today second- and third-order prophesies which have exactly the same response.

For example, those who are even half awake will be aware of the prophecies associated with global warming and peak oil. In the case of the former, ...

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