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Monday, April 26, 2010
Joseph Farah's Sin Footprint
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Joseph Farah's April 24 WorldNetDaily column is all about how we shouldn't worry about our carbon footprints -- global warming is "one of the biggest hoaxes in the history of the world," after all. Instead, he writes:

Your "carbon footprint" means nothing to God.

It's your sin footprint that counts.

Are you leaving behind a sin footprint? That's what I would concern myself with.

The Bible tells us that sin is the problem in the world. It's going to get worse before it gets better. You can see it already throughout the world. Don't concern yourself with the superstitions of men – things like "carbon footprints." Concern yourself with the priorities of your Creator – things like your sin footprint.

Farah doesn't mention what his own "sin footprint" is. But given that he uses his website for spreading falsehoods and unbridled hate about Barack Obama, it's clearly a very large one.

Posted by Terry K. at 12:41 AM EDT

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