Kevin Sorbo
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Kevin Sorbo, an outspoken Christian actor, is sharing his thoughts around climate change hysteria. He believes that it is being used as a way to control the public, much like the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Fear’s an amazing weapon in people’s lives and they’re using fear to control our lives as well,” Sorbo told The Christian Post in an interview. “We always tend to have the mainstream media [and] everything in Hollywood seems to push one narrative. They never want to show the opposing views.”

Sorbo is narrating the new installment of “Climate Hustle”, directed by Marc Morano. The film features leading policy experts and scientists and examines scientific claims, media bias, and more around climate change.

“It’s just a wonderful way to say, ‘Hey, let’s get educated on both sides of the issue’ and then decide for yourself what you want to believe,” Sorbo said of the movie. “Look at what COVID is doing right now. Fear’s an amazing weapon in people’s lives and they’re using fear to control our lives as well…we have to look at both sides of the issue.”

Sorbo believes that being more green isn’t a bad thing, and that science and Christianity can work hand in hand. Science, though, doesn’t have to prove Christ.

“The one-word answer is what the left usually seems to have when people don’t want to believe in God or believe in the Bible (they say it’s science). There’s the one famous atheist, Dawkins, he said, ‘Because there’s gravity, it proves that there is no God.’ I’m going, ‘Well, who created gravity?'”

“My biggest statement always for people that don’t have any faith is, ‘You cannot get something from nothing.’ Somebody started all this, the stars, the planets, the multiple galaxies out there. Somebody started this. It wasn’t you, It wasn’t me. You cannot get something from nothing. It’s impossible. Do I have all the answers? No, but I’m not going to say I just have faith. There has to be an intelligent designer, there has to be somebody that started this. We’ll understand it when our time comes but to me you can’t sit there and say science proves there’s no God because it doesn’t, it doesn’t prove it.”

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