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Glenn Beck's Mormon Agenda

Does Glenn Beck have a Mormon agenda? Is Glenn Beck attempting to promote Mormon doctrines?

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daisychic27-- Clarification, please. Who is your post of 3/3/11 addressed to? And to what post are you referring?
---Donna66 on 3/4/11


Is your description in this post of God's children truly in keeping with the spirit of Christ?

It represents a spirit of bitterness, anger, and malice that is unhealthy for the soul.
---daisychic27 on 3/3/11


CraigA --- Only one church I know of holds up signs saying "God hates Fags". Almost everyone (Christian and non-Christian) agrees that they in no way represent the Christian church or Jesus Christ. They a small self-important group and do not attract followers!
---Donna66 on 1/15/11


Taking a stand against a person's political truth ...
---Elder on 1/11/11

Surely you jest??
---NurseRobert on 1/15/11


I have nothing against Mr. Beck nor do I have anything against his political views some of which I agree with. But I stand firm against his confessed religion(Mormonism). I am also convinced that tolerance is a branch of the great tree
"delusion" which is overtaking us in the last days. Just as complete and total freedom leads to chaos so too does complete and total tolerance lead to confusion and chaos.
---mima on 1/12/11




When it comes to someone in leadership (formal or informal), I'd be for anybody who has high moral standards! I have nothing against Mormons. I don't stand against any of them. They are misled in their religion. And as much and often as possible, we should make an effort to bring them to the truth.
---Donna on 1/11/11


mima//When a blood bought Christian...must take a stand against Mormonism, against Jehovah witnesses...//
Although I think I agree with you in the underline concept, I tend to focus on what I stand for, the living Jesus Christ, rather than what I stand against. To drive the darkness out, just turn on the light.
---Rod4Him on 1/11/11


I believe that Glen Beck is a good man and has our country's best interest at heart. The only thing I have ever heard him say about his faith is that he was drawn to the strong family values they aspire to. Nothing wrong with that. I admire him for all he has done to educate the public about America and her history. I believe his success comes from God. No wonder it drives the left crazy.
---tsweet on 1/11/11


I believe that Glen Beck is a good man and has our country's best interest at heart. The only thing I have ever heard him say about his faith is that he was drawn to the strong family values they aspire to. Nothing wrong with that. I admire him for all he has done to educate the public about America and her history. I believe his success comes from God. No wonder it drives the left crazy.
---tsweet on 1/11/11


Where do we draw the line, Mima?

When "contending for the faith" is used as an excuse to hate people in the name of Jesus its gone too far.

Some church's even justify such hateful things as holding up signs saying "God hates fags!" as though they are somehow superior because of their knowledge of Christ.
Instead of being thankful and more merciful to the lost, they become more snotty and judgemental.

That is not the picture of Jesus Christ that is painted in the gospels and I personally believe this has hurt the cause of Christ more than anything. You cant teach the love of God if people HATE in the name of Jesus.
---CraigA on 1/11/11




"When a blood bought Christian fails to understand that they must take a stand against Mormonism, against Jehovah witnesses and such..."
mima
Taking a stand against a person's political truth because they are a Morman is not Christian.
I condemn Mormanism because it is wrong. I do not condemn Beck as he proclaims his message against corrupt politicans no matter what his faith is. Why don't we condemn some of our political leaders because of their faith, or lack of it. Yet we just electing them.
---Elder on 1/11/11


but he shows love for other in everything he says. He is doing exactly what "us" christians need to be doing.
---shira3877 on 1/8/11

You're kidding, right??
---NurseRobert on 1/11/11


When a blood bought Christian fails to understand that they must take a stand against Mormonism, against Jehovah witnesses and such one need not wonder why we're slipping quickly towards the end of time.
---mima on 1/11/11


Well, if ya can't dispute the truth of his message then ya must use something else to discredit him.
There are people who don't want the public thinking so things can go on like they always have.
---Elder on 1/11/11


I don't watch Glenn Beck, but listen to a few minutes of his radio show if I am in the car. I really don't have any significant bone to pick with him. If the only thing I can do is label him a mormon and then use that as a "bone to pick" I think that makes me pathetic. If he were a "samaritan" would that make it alright to hate him? Or, do I have a responsibility like Christ's parable of the good samaritan, to overlook such differences and just be good to people despite the differences of race and religion.
---chris on 1/10/11


I do watch Glenn Beck and I love his show. I have heard him mention mormanism a couple of times but he shows love for other in everything he says. He is doing exactly what "us" christians need to be doing.
---shira3877 on 1/8/11


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lol that was a jumbled mess

lemme try that again

"if you cant see the love of Christ in him then youre prejudice against certain denominations and hatred is hardening your heart"
---CraigA on 1/7/11


CraigA
"but if you cant see the love of Christ in him then youre prejudice against certain denominaand hatred tions is hardening your heart." Count me guilty as charged above.
---mima on 1/7/11


The man might have doctrinal differences with a lot of us, but if you cant see the love of Christ in him then youre prejudice against certain denominaand hatred tions is hardening your heart.

Havent we ripped apart our brothers and sisters in Christ enough already? We're supposed to be fighting our enemy - not each other.

Lead people to Jesus Christ and let the Holy Spirit judge. Thats not our job.
---CraigA on 1/7/11


Elder-- They are out there. They just don't get the exposure of Glenn Beck. And they don't draw attention to themselves.
A local business owner where I live owns a beautiful summer camp where children (even poor ones) can spend a week hearing the Gospel and having fun. He has a weekly radio spot encouraging integrity in business and in life. (he's not a Mormon)
I'm sure there are others like him around the country, but they are not well known.
---Donna66 on 1/6/11


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I am not supporting the Morman "faith" but where are the Christians that are doing what he is?
---Elder on 1/6/11


Harry Reid is also a Mormon (supposedly) yet Mr. Beck was perhaps his most vocal opponent. I really don't think that Mr. Beck cares much about whether someone is Mormon or not. Did anyone see his 8/28 rally? His agenda doesn't seem to be to promote mormons, but to promote values. At 8/28 he promoted men, women,hispanics, blacks, christians, jews and about anyone that would stand up and be counted for solid traditional principles. I'm sure Mr. Beck also seeks to promote himself, but so long as he does not go against principles to do so, I really don't have a problem with it.
---chris on 1/6/11


I don't see how anyone who watches Glenn Beck would feel inclined to become a Mormon, even if he is! He doesn't proselytize.

I don't agree with Mormonism, but am grateful for any "celebrity" who promotes honor and integrity, both of which are in short supply.

If someone is seriously interested in spiritual things, I'd expect them to look for a church. They won't get what they want from Glenn.
---Donna66 on 1/6/11


Either believe the Bible AND Book of Mormon OR modern LDS doctrine regarding successive gods. It is impossible to do both.

Isa 43:10 - - I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.
Isa 44:6 - - I am the first, and I am the last, and beside me there is no God. KJV

Book of Mormon: Mormon 9 For do we not read that God is the same yesterday, today, and forever, and in him there is no variableness neither shadow of changing?

Moroni 8:18 For I know that God is not a partial God, neither a changeable being, but he is unchangeable from all eternity to all eternity.
---Reader on 1/6/11


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I believe that GB's agenda is not only to promote Mormonism, but to help get Mormons elected to further their agenda of bringing the Kingdom of God on earth. Please be aware of this as we enter the next election. However, as far as "Gods" .. You read in Genesis 1,v. 26 that God is plural. God the Father and God the Son ..two separate Beings .. working side by side and using their power (Holy Spirit) to create the heavens, earth and all that is in them. It's not hard to understand and makes a WHOLE lot more sense than the 3 into 1 lie. Just think .. to whom was Jesus Christ praying to when he was asking, if possible, that the cup be removed from Him? In the beginning was the Word and the Word WAS God and the word was WITH God.
---Julie_Martin on 12/21/10


'We cannot seperate ourselves without causing death, but who is to say that God cannot?'--JackB on 9/3/10
That is exactly what God did.
Matthew 27:46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?
---micha9344 on 9/4/10


HappyLDS...Of course, you believe Jesus is a God. According to LDS doctrine, everybody will be a god eventually. Jesus being a God is not LDS doctrine.
---KarenD on 9/3/10


Please dont be "ignorant of his devices"!

Isaiah 14:13-15

" I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds, I will be like the most High

"Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit!"

You think the desire you hold is from Gods Holy Spirit? Its already been proven deadly by someone else...
---JackB on 9/3/10


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Well KarenD - I stand corrected! LOL

I'm not a celebrity but I am also trying "reach out to those unfamiliar with our doctrines and beliefs." Unfortunately Mormons are constantly having to answer blatantyl false statements such as:"black people were not accepted in the LDS religion until it became politically incorrect to do so?" Blacks have always been welcome in our church. Blacks were not permitted to hold Priesthood until 1978. I'm pretty sure that Black Mormons have full knowledge of our past - there is a website dedicated to the Black LDS.
---HappyLDS on 9/3/10


\\Sounds more like "Zeus"
---JackB on 9/3/10\\

I don't know to whom this remark is addressed, but the words Zeus, theos, and deus are cognates.
---Cluny on 9/3/10


Glen Beck has said in front of millions that God created the heavens and the earth. He says there is one God. I agree with that statement. I agree we should get on our knees and pray. I don't know about his God, but my God created the heavens and the earth and there is one God. I agree we should get on our knees and pray. I believe Jesus is the only begotten Son of God, born of a virgin. I watch Glen Beck and listen closely to every word he says. I don't know if he is a christian or not. I know he says we should be good people (mormon belief) but the bible says there is not one who does not sin.
---shira3877 on 9/3/10


On Mormonwiki website:
Dana King wrote, "Gladys Knight is one of those converts, having been a member of our faith for more than 10 years now. Using her celebrity, she has a personal mission to bridge the cultural divide within our faith, and reach out to those unfamiliar with our doctrines and beliefs.


Guess Gladys Knight does have an agenda to convert people to the Mormon faith. I wonder if she was told that black people were not accepted in the LDS religion until it became politically incorrect to do so?
---KarenD on 9/3/10


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JackB - I believe that Jesus created the earth under the direction of God the Father. I'm assuming you've read Genesis, specifically the creation. The words "our" and "us" are used -why would that be? After Jesus was baptized, did he throw his voice to introduce himself? While he was being crucified did he forsake himself? Did he pray to himself in Gethesmane?

I believe that Jesus is a God but not the same as God the Father. He was the Word - with God - is God. My belief in separate personages makes a whole lot more sense to me - always did - even before my conversion.
---HappyLDS on 9/3/10


//God the Father, Jesus the Son and the Holy Ghost are three separate and distinct personages...one in purpose// --- HappyLDS


If they arent ONE being, then how do you know they will always be in agreement with one another?

Man is created in Gods image. Body, spirit and soul (1 Thes 5:23) and yet we are ONE being.

Doesnt it stand to reason that God is the same way? Three but yet ONE.

We cannot seperate ourselves without causing death, but who is to say that God cannot?
---JackB on 9/3/10


Sounds more like "Zeus"
---JackB on 9/3/10


Doria - as a Mormon myself, I can assure you that Glenn Beck believes that Jesus is the Son of God. It is this belief that so many have a problem with - that God the Father, Jesus the Son and the Holy Ghost are three separate and distinct personages...one in purpose. Mormons are not Trinitarian but we are Christian.

As for the answer to the blogs question - OF COURSE! Just like Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), Stephanie Meyer (Twilight), Gladys Knight(singer) and of course Donny and Marie...we are all secretly trying to take over the world - pushing our agenda to unsuspecting Evangelicals all over the world! LOL Harry Reid is problematic - he has positioned himself so that not many listen to him.

This is truly a SILLY question!
---HappyLDS on 9/3/10


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At least someone is promoting God and not man.
---shira_3877 on 9/3/10

Yes, but how honest is he in presenting his God. Mormons believe that God was born as a mortal man somewhere in the universe.

He Died and Was Resurrected to the Celestial Heaven and Was then Appointed to be the God of Earth by the Other Ruling Gods of the Universe.

He Exists and Rules as Man-God of Flesh and Bonesin Heaven and With his Many Wives Produces Spirit Children Who Populate the Earth.

This God now Rules the Earth and Progresses Onward to Greater Existences as a God into Eternity.

Does this sound like the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob?
---NurseRobert on 9/3/10


Mormon doctrine....As God is man may become and as man is God once was. Which God is Beck discussing? The one he may become or the ONE TRUE GOD?
---KarenD on 9/3/10


I like the politics that Glen Beck touts, but as a Morman, he does not believe that Jesus is the Son of God. Should that make a difference to (Christ)ians of other beliefs?
---Doria on 9/3/10


Glenn Beck has told everyone what his faith is and while I don't agree with his doctrine, he is not promoting anything except God, Jesus and prayer. At least someone is promoting God and not man.
---shira_3877 on 9/3/10


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So what do you think is Glenn Beck's Mormon agenda? To push the false cult?
---John on 9/2/10


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