The assertion that we are all God’s children has been all the rage for a very, very, very long time and has very recently been reiterated by Glenn Beck, Nancy Pelosi and President Barack Obama.That we are all God’s children...
Worldview Weekend’s Brannon S. Howse posted an interesting article about the ongoing spiritualism of both Glenn Beck and Oprah Winfrey.
Recently, he stated that the reason that he became a Mormon is that he saw how great Mormon families are. He actually and specifically stated that in order to get that sort of family he was willing to, and this is a direct quote, "drink the Kool-Aid."
This week, Glenn Beck made some interesting comments about why he became a Mormon.
In essence, his reasons will not surprise apologists.
He simply stated that a, one, or one of, the reasons was Mormonism’s concern for the family. He actually stated that if his family could turn out like the picturesque, perhaps ideal, Mormon family he would be willing to “drink the Kool Aid.”
I have been contemplating issues Glenn Beck related as of late, particularly with regards to his recent Washington DC gathering.
Gregg, of the blog Gospel-Driven Disciples, recently posted Glenn Beck: The Usurping of the Christian Agenda and this seemed a good opportunity to play off of his musing, some of which follows: