Fact: We are pumping and mining billions of tons of hydrocarbons out of the ground each year, and then burning most of it.
Fact: The earth's climate is warming faster than it typically has during previous warming episodes.
You are probably not a very rational person if you don't believe these facts. They are simple measurements that have been taken in multiple ways. One may choose to focus on outliers that disagree with the bulk of the data, but such a focus is not rational.
You are also probably not a very rational person if you don't accept that the above facts are likely related to each other. It is exceedingly unlikely that such a dramatic rate of consumption would not have atmospheric and thus climatic impacts. One may as well believe that the oceans are too big to be polluted or over fished.
That there is a correlation between such irrational points of view with conspiracy theorists and the religious right is hardly surprising. If one is irrational about their religious point of view, or political, or historical they are likely irrational in other ways as well.