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23 August, 2010 / theexpositor

Following Glenn Beck’s Divine Destiny or God’s Word

 

Brannon Howse, Worldview Times-

Would you approve or disapprove if some of America’s evangelical pastors and religious leaders announced they were going to show up at "Oprah’s Divine Destiny" meeting at the Kennedy Center for an evening that would include uplifting music and nationally-known religious figures from all faiths as they unite in prayer and recite historical speeches? Would it concern you if you knew that on her radio program Oprah has taught the book called A Course in Miracles written by Helen Schucman? This book and the workbook include such quotes as:
"A slain Christ has no meaning."
"The recognition of God is the recognition of yourself."
"Do not make the pathetic error of ‘clinging to the old rugged cross’."
"My salvation comes from me."

True Bible-believing Christians would not approve of evangelical pastors and leaders uniting with Oprah in a self-described, religious and spiritual meeting. Why? Because most Biblically thinking Christians do not agree with Oprah’s liberal politics and they know that the truth of God’s Word and Oprah’s pagan spirituality do not mix.

However, many of these same Christians will have no problem when some of America’s evangelical pastors join radio personality and television host Glenn Beck for a spiritual program, because unlike Oprah, they share Beck’s conservative, political views. To many it makes no matter that Beck is a self-described Mormon because his politically conservative views seem to trump his religious views and for this reason many will justify taking part in "Glenn Becks Divine Destiny" program at the Kennedy Center on August 27th.

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One Comment

  1. mmmmmmm / Sep 23 2010 2 50

    don’t care. didn’t know he was a mormon though. interesting. 🙂

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