Thursday, September 30, 2010

History according to Glenn Beck

“The story of America is the story of humankind. 5,000 years ago, on the other side of the planet, God’s chosen people were led out of bondage by a guy with a stick who was talking to a burning bush. Man first began to recognize God and God’s law. The chosen people began to listen to the LORD. At the same time, those things were happening on this side. On this land. Another group of people were gathered here and they too were listening to God. How these two people were brought together again happened because people were listening to God. They didn’t have the right to worship God the way they saw fit. And so they got down on their knees. They didn’t want to come to this land, they just did because they felt that’s what God was telling them to do. And with malice towards none they got into their boats and they came. God’s chosen people. The Native Americans. And the Pilgrims.”

As he is a Mormon, let us look at what Mormonism teaches about history.

Christians.....Please wake up.
I know it's hard, and I know Beck says a lot of things that we would agree with, but please, let us realise that what he is doing is Anti-Christian to the core.
It may be a case of the "rocks" crying out in a sense, but his god is not the God of the Bible. He uses terminology that sounds Christian, and please keep in mind that the rally video at the top, he spent more time talking about god, theology and the need to return to god than he did about the constitution etc.

What god is he asking America to return to?
What history is he preaching?
Does the Bible agree with Beck and his Mormonism, his false history, his random quoting of scripture and his use of overtly Christian terminology.

And of course professing Christians are not influenced by all of this, right?

Is he pulling the wool over your eyes dear Christian?

More here......

1 comment:

Bill said...

Beck is proving how little discernment is in the Church. Too many people will follow anyone they think will help them get what they want. Keep sounding the alarm to wake up.

It really is a shame that many Christians seem to know more about what Beck says, instead of what God says in His Word.

We still need to study to show ourselves approved unto God and to preach/teach the Word in season and out of season.

Thanks for the post.