Our last "Theology at the Forge" discussed the Christian and his environment. We looked, from a redemptive-historical perspective, at how Christians, while not worshipping the earth, should be stewards of it, more than all others. I noted that at the recent SBC Annual Meeting, a resolution was made against global warming. You can read about it here. Now I certainly don't deny that global warming is but a theory, and it very well could be false. But why such a resolution? Did someone sit down and think, "Gee, I wonder how we can comment on a peripheral issue to the world that will reinforce the idea that we are unsophisticated rednecks?" It was a success, let me say. Good grief.