'A billion acts of green ®' to save the planet, millions in church for Good Friday and Easter to save their souls and a few drone launched hellfire missiles to kill some arabs.
Love the earth, be a good Christian and cheer on the killing. Seems like a disconnect to me but who am I to judge.
Religion and environmentalism are very similar. Both require beliefs, some of which are useful to society and some of which are nothing but deceptions for profit and control. War requires beliefs too. Blind believing in leaders and the inability to see through propaganda. Beliefs that the enemy is always out there somewhere and let's get them before they get us. Beliefs that our government would never kill their own and blame it on others. You might think that religionists and environmentalists would find common ground and join together to battle wars of lies that pollute both the spirit and mother earth but I guess that's just too much to ask.
Here's a couple of Good Friday stories from different perspectives that sort of merge onto the same path ...
Jews Expressing Their Love of Jesus and Resolving the Plot. When self described Christians and atheists come to some of the same conclusions, well, maybe there is hope.
And for those who need a little old time religion but are just too busy to go traditional routes, there's a former bank in Nashville that now has for a limited time only ... drive through services. Casting out the money changers takes on a whole new meaning.
Proof came to Nashville that Lady Gaga is not a demon spawn using occult symbolism to corrupt the youth. A 33 year old fan at her recent show here died and was brought back to life.
No, she didn't die during the song Judas and it was actually medics with a defibrillator that brought her back but surely Gaga wearing crosses as nipple covers had something to do with this miracle.
As they always say, "The Lord works in mysterious ways."