Glenn Beck, why do you talk?

Good Lord, this kind of idiocy just makes me angry.

Glenn Beck says you should run from a church if it talks about social justice.  Sweet Jesus, someone needs to seriously rebuke him out of his ignorance.  And I might say something I would regret if I were to be asked, so it won’t be me.

Good think I’m not on facebook, because other people’s comments would just make me even more livid…

The WORST part of this is that Mr. Beck is speaking as if he has any kind of authority with regards to the church or scripture.  Could the talking head be any more off in his interpretation of scripture?

Mr. Beck, can you look up the Hebrew words “mishpot” and “sedek” in your Bible and realize that righteousness and justice (and that means social justice) are placed together more than any two words in the Old Testament? Or those commands given to care for the poor? That is social justice, Mr. Beck.

Perhaps you should do some justice and stop hurting America with your ignorant claims of authority in something you obviously know just enough to be very dangerous with a microphone, Glenn Beck.

Seriously, Glenn.  Can you issue some sort of apology for your ignorant statement? Or would that be too much?

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4 Responses to “Glenn Beck, why do you talk?”


  1. 1 brooke March 10, 2010 at 10:56 pm

    ohhh that beck. i confess i agree with most of his politics, but his religion? he’s mormon, thus obsessed with the authority of his church over all other churches and his interpretation of scripture being the only worthy one. nuff said.

  2. 2 anne March 12, 2010 at 6:28 am

    is this a joke? disgusting.

    i’ve got to believe that with the “great power” of having such a public platform comes the “great responsibility” of not being a colossal ass clown.

  3. 3 Keira March 12, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    I know you’re not on facebook, but I thought you might like to see this before easter
    http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/11/christians-urged-to-boycott-glenn-beck/?hp
    You aren’t the only one…

  4. 4 andybilhorn March 14, 2010 at 12:41 am

    I think what irks me about the whole thing is that Beck speaks like he has such authority on the issue. The radio broadcast was really bad…like Beck had some sort of insight that no one else had into social justice being the root of all evil in the church.

    I’d like to see Jon Stewart take him down like he did the folks in crossfire a few years back…


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