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Ted Turner, the founder of CNN, once said in an interview that “We’re going to have a planet in a very short period of time that’s uninhabitable, and then we’re going to die” (Boote 8:17-8:19). Turner and other critics attribute this seemingly inevitable unlivable condition of Earth to the ...Read more

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