"It is clear from Scripture how our Lord regards hypocrisy. Yet, it appears that the 'Anglican Journal', and perhaps the Anglican church itself, is complicit in taking a gratuitous, adversarial position against the fossil fuel industry, placing it amongst such undesirables as 'pornography', whereas most of a fuel's carbon footprint by far results from its end use. Is it not hypocritical to point a finger at the speck in the industry's eye while ignoring the log in the consumer's eye (all of us who drive, fly, use plastics, etc. ) ? I worked my entire career professionally in the oil industry, in many disciplines, and with several companies. Since most of my income derives from my company pension, I wonder if the church is comfortable accepting contributions from such supposedly ill-gotten gains. How about the PWRDF ? Should I discontinue giving ? .... I have followed the climate change debate closely over the years, and am of the opinion that the issue is wildly over-hyped. .... I consider fossil fuels to be a gift to humanity, and am grateful for them".