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07 September, 2010 / theexpositor

The “God” Of Glenn Beck

Apprising.org offers this accurate and direct exposition of Mormonism and it’s most famous follower of the day, radio and TV host Glenn Beck. I agree with it completely.

In closing this, for now, it’s an incontrovertible fact that Mormonism is polytheistic (many gods c.f. Abraham 4:1), whereas Christianity is monotheistic (one God c.f. Isaiah 43:10). We’ve seen that the LDS Heavenly Father—whose name is Elohim—has a body; however, the eyewitness testimony of the Apostle John in his Gospel deposition quotes the real Jesus telling us that the one true and living God of the Bible — is spirit (John 4:24). So Bill McKeever of the leading Christian work Mormonism Research Ministry is proven correct in his God the Father According to Mormonism when he tells us:

The Mormon doctrine of God is not the same as the historic Christian view. It holds that God and man are essentially of the same species, and that God the Father has a body of flesh and bones. He is not uniquely self-existent, transcendent, or eternal…

The traditional Mormon view of God is summed up by the famous Lorenzo Snow couplet, “As man is God once was, as God is man may be.” The historic understanding of this strongly implies that God the Father was once a sinner, and that we ourselves may model our mortal experience unto godhood after the mortal experience he once participated in.” (Online source)

But since the god taught by the LDS Church, which Glenn Beck is believing in, is clearly not the God of the Bible, then according to the opening text above the Mormon god doesn’t even exist. And so the question now becomes: Just what exactly is a non-existent god going to do for America even if she does turn to it?

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