A heated debate among evangelicals is taking place across the US, with some Christians protesting in the name of protecting the Earth and others not seeing it as existing at all.
Evangelicals have traditionally been the bedrock of conservative US politics, including on climate change, but some are taking action. One group has even built a chapel in the way of an oil pipeline and a radical pastor has encouraged his congregation to put themselves in the way of the diggers. However some resistance remains – a climate scientist who denies the world is warming and a preacher in Florida who sees the fact his home was flood as a welcome sign of divine presence.
The documentary The Climate and the Cross follows US evangelical Christians and their tussle with climate change. We want to know what you think and whether you’ve crossed from one side of the debate to the other.
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We’d like to hear from those who have changed their opinion on climate change. Was there a moment that convinced you? Or a moment in conversation that made you question what you believed? You can share your experiences by filling in the encrypted form below – anonymously if you wish. We’ll feature some of your responses in our reporting.