4) Fortunately from what I heard, Glenn Beck did not promote Mormonism. But he did promote "God", and that's a good thing.
it's just that the terminology is so very similar, it can go unnoticed.
You have to realize exactly what he MEANT with the things he said. He
said that the American Indians were 'God's chosen people', a reference
to the Mormon belief that there was a lost tribe of Israel that
migrated to the North American continent and was visited by Jesus here.
He started right off the bat 'promoting LDS' beliefs. Remember when he
says 'God', he does not mean the Christian God...when he says 'Jesus',
he means someone equal with us and Satan, in fact, Jesus, as are
we...are 'brothers' of Satan...definitely NOT the Jesus of the Bible.
Until we have a Christian Leader leader with national recognition
willing to stick his "neck out" (correction, willing to risk losing his
401 c) 3 tax exempt status), we will have go with what we've got.
God looked for a man to stand in the gap, and (apparently) Glenn Beck
said, "I'll do it!"
would our God, choose a non-believer, a person who does not know Him,
does not promote Him, in fact REJECTS Him to do anything? I know God
can work through anything/anyone...but the fact is the god that Glenn
Beck serves is NOT our God. In fact, everything they believed is based
on LIES...so, who might they serve? The LDS church loves that Glenn
Beck did what no one has been able to do in 200 years, equate Mormons
with Christians. Frightening.