Minister And ABC Producer Declares Scepticsm A “Disorder”

Posted on Tue 12/24/2013 by


Bolt New 01By Andrew Bolt ~

An Australian Anglican Church Minister, Chris Mulherin has exactly the beliefs on global warming you’d expect from his profile, so closely does he (and the ABC) hew to the stereotype:

Freelance writing & radio production, ABC Radio National 2010–present

Associate Minister, St Jude’s Anglican Church, Carlton 2007–present

Adjunct lecturer and tutor, University of Melbourne, Ridley Melbourne, Melbourne School of Theology, MCD University of Divinity 2007–present

acdcord_thumbIn fact, so convinced is he of the global warming faith – and so few sceptics has he apparently met as a minister, lecturer and ABC producer – that he considers scepticism not the product of reason but of sickness. Writing in The Melbourne Anglican in the quote shown in the image at right:

What treatment would Mulherin suggest for my disorder – an exorcism, shock therapy or some needles? Is there a clinic that specialises in the treatment? Should some of the world’s great climate scientists – Professor Richard Lindzen, for instance – be forced to take treatment, too, and is Mulherin just the man to give it to them, his eyes bright with faith?

Andrew Bolt is a journalist and columnist writing for The Herald Sun in Melbourne Victoria Australia.

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