You know, what really floors me today isn’t that there are Glenn Becks out there, it’s the fact that those who listen to him and other similar voices, don’t care one iota if what they’re hearing is true or not. Guess what I’m really saying is few care about truth anymore. Is it like (as one author puts it) “The three monkeys: see no evil- hear no evil- speak no evil….we make believe that we do not see nor hear what is taking place and so we say nothing about it”, or is it simply a symptom of loving to have our ears tickled and hatred for the truth?
As far as Beck (a Mormon) being a guest speaker…well frankly I could care less. Christians United for Israel (and it’s leader John Hagee) are not even remotely related to biblical Christianity anyway, it’s just a political action group which masquerades as “Christian”.
Last night, Glenn Beck traveled to Washington, DC to address John Hagee’s annual Christians United for Israel conference….
During his speech, Beck boldly declared that the United States was “established for the establishment of Israel,” meaning that the United States was established by God specifically for the purpose of re-establishing the nation of Israel. And, as proof that our Founding Fathers were well aware of this, Beck pointed out that even our dollar bill contains a Star of David, as well as representations of the cloud and fire that led the Israelites while they wandered in the desert. It’s not true, of course, (See: The Great Seal, Remarks and Explanation by Charles Thomson – June 20, 1782) but that is what happens when you get your history from people like David Barton. (source)