Former Vice President Al Gore has been using a dramatic, biblical line to make a case about battling climate change for more than four years.
"Every night on the TV news is like a nature hike through the Book of Revelation," Gore said in an interview airing Sunday on CNN.
Gore is fond of his analogy to the last book of the Bible; Revelation contains apocalyptic images of earthquakes, fire, and dragons, among other things.
He's been doing it since a January 2013 appearance on "Today," and he's used it least 10 times since then to make the urgent case to combat the effects of climate change.
He even dropped the line in all three Sunday show interviews he did on June 4 with Jake Tapper, George Stephanopoulos, and Chris Wallace.
Gore is currently promoting his climate change documentary An Inconvenient Sequel, the follow-up to his Oscar-winning An Inconvenient Truth from 2006.