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Compendium: This is part 2 of 3 posts that are warnings of posts, web pages, and speakers who sound ‘Christian’ but are not. Be sure to check out their origins, statement of faith, etc. It is VERY easy to fall prey to pseudo-Christian cults through deception.
These 3 posts are written by former Mormons, 2 of which joined and then found out later about the lies. They know!
Test the Spirits and know your Bible. 1 John 4:1
Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world.


Mormon Temple in Washington, DC viewed from the Capital Beltway

Glenn Beck: Brain Dead or Arch Deceiver

Saturday, 03 May 2014 15:10
Glenn Beck Visits Liberty University
By Ed Decker (www.saintsalive.com)

I received a call from Brannon Howse, asking me to listen to several video clips of Glenn Beck speaking at this year’s final convocation at Liberty University and to give him my take on them.

First, it exceeds my capacity to understand how one of the great Christian universities with a steadfast commitment of “Training Champions for Christ” could invite an elite cultist to stand before its entire student body and give them spiritual instructions for life.
Is it that, as educated as they seem, they just don’t know that Mormons worship an exalted man/god, serve a different Christ, offer a different salvation, stand on the foundation of false prophets and seek to earn their own godhoods?
My mind went back to 1979 and the days of the “Moral Majority” when Jerry Falwell, founder of Liberty University and father of the present chancellor,joined hands with Mormon Cleon Skousen and his Freeman Institute to further his political cause.

“Like father, like son,” was my initial thought. But I know it goes deeper.
Not wanting to be one who has made a judgment based on selective sound bites, I sat through a video of Glenn Beck’s message offered by Liberty, itself. All 32 professional minutes of it.
I have to say that Beck is good; real good. If the University President gave the core of Beck’s message, I would have applauded him. But he would have probably not called Joseph Smith an innocent martyr who died for his faith in Christ.