Thursday, February 03, 2011

Howse Takes on Rockfellers, World Religion, and Glenn Beck

World View Weekend host Brannon Howse, who was in Rogers this weekend, has some very strong writing in the online magazine "Worldview Weekend Digest." He provides documentation that global elites like the Rockefellers were attempting to foist a one-world religion on America in order to advance one world government. He also calls out Glenn Beck as an "informed" Mormon and universalist. Without animus toward him, I also find Beck to be a very odd icon for the Christian right in America. Of course, that may be more of a reflection of the size of the microphone globalist Ruppert Murdoch has given him rather than a function of the CR choosing in the market among candidates for their spokespersons people who worked their way up the ladder in the traditional way.

I recommend the article.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Mormons are wrong and Christians are right? Wish you religious nuts would just agree on one religion.....to many "true" religions nowadays.

8:34 PM, February 03, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a bit more likely that Glenn Beck is on the air due to his popularity than devious strategery.

9:43 PM, February 03, 2011  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

1) There is still only one true religion. That does not hamper man's ability to create new ones.

2) Glenn Beck is saying things that are true that are not heard elsewhere. In some cases, as with Ron Paul and his message about the fed, Beck started by mocking Paul and then switched sides when he saw which way the wind was blowing, then, to mix metaphors, jumped out in front of the bandwagon. That last thing is a lot easier to do when you have FOX behind you.

4:53 AM, February 04, 2011  
Anonymous Rick said...

Maybe Beck, like myself, thought Paul was a nut but then was awakened to see the reality of what he was saying.
Actually there has always been false religions and always will be but Christianity is a personal relationship with God.

1:18 PM, February 04, 2011  

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