IRD President Testifies Before Senate 'Religious Organizations' Views on Global Warming
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WASHINGTON, June 4 /Christian Newswire/ -- On Thursday, June 7, IRD President James Tonkowich will testify before The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. The full committee hearing is on "An Examination of the Views of Religious Organizations Regarding Global Warming."
Religious leaders across denominational lines are continually faced with the public debate on global warming within their church communities. Creation care versus zero population growth versus Evangelical Climate Initiative are all ongoing debates that are affecting the Christian community. Religious leaders have been invited to participate in a hearing addressing this debate that rages on in the church pews.
Event Details ---
When: Thursday, June 7, 10 a.m.
Who: Senate Environment and Public Works Committee; IRD President, James Tonkowich testifies
What: "An Examination of the Views of Religious Organizations Regarding Global Warming"
Senate Majority Committee Members:
Barbara Boxer (Chairman)
Joseph I. Lieberman
Thomas R. Carper
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Frank R. Lautenberg
Benjamin L. Cardin
Senate Minority Committee Members
James M. Inhofe
George V. Voinovich
Larry E. Craig
Christopher S. Bond
Where: 406 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC