Glenn Beck Converts To Chrislam

By Theodore Shoebat

So what is Glenn Beck’s movement about? Its a difficult subject to deal with since Americans as of late have departed from fundamental Christianity into admiration of men whom they erect as idols. People usually get upset when their idols are destroyed, its not easy, but our investigation began with several of Beck’s speeches guiding people into a universal religion, consisting of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, and Mormonism, a universal religion that fits all. In our first video, Beck, despite that Christians adore the Temple Mount for Jews and Christians, declares that Islam has a share in it:

How could the Holy Land–the land where God Himself walked and in which He was buried and rose from the dead–be compatible with heresy and error? Do people like this truly believe that when Christ establishes His kingdom that he will enact a policy of toleration for other religions? Isaiah proclaims this about Christ’s coming:

And the loftiness of man shall be bowed down, and the haughtiness of men shall be made low: and the LORD alone shall be exalted in that day. And the idols he shall utterly abolish. And they shall go into the holes of the rocks, and into the caves of the earth, for fear of the LORD, and for the glory of his majesty, when he ariseth to shake terribly the earth. In that day a man shall cast his idols of silver, and his idols of gold, which they made [each one] for himself to worship, to the moles and to the bats; To go into the clefts of the rocks, and into the tops of the ragged rocks, for fear of the LORD, and for the glory of his majesty, when he ariseth to shake terribly the earth. (Isaiah 2:17-21)

Christ will make His law the only law, without any toleration for falsehoods including Islam and Mormonism.

Beck is even keen to dragging with him David Brog of CUFI (Christians United For Israel). Speaking at Beck’s rally, in this video Brog in agreement, reads the lines of a local sheikh which promulgates the worship of Allah:

This out of the leader of CUFI with John Hagee present, even speaking at that event? No one even corrected such false statements and told him that Muslims are not the sons of Abraham, Islam is a heresy, not a race. And if all gather under the “god of the universe” it implies that we should adopt Allah–this is purely heretical. Paul says:

Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lord’s table, and of the table of devils. (I Corinthians 10:21)

If we are eager to be equally yolked with Mormons as spiritual equals because of the charisma of Beck, then we will fall into accepting their theology, leading us further into welcoming Islam as an inspired religion. Yet this is exactly what Beck believes.

This error is that grave heresy which has been growing recently: chrislam. If you think Beck combats Islam, you are mistaken. He speaks out against terrorism yes, but not the source of it. He writes in one of his books, An Inconvenient Book:

I have read the Koran and can tell you that I unequivocally believe that Islam is a religion of peace.

Not only is Islam acceptable as the “religion of peace”, but invited everyone to get possessed by demons. As astonishing as it sounds, its true. Beck, in his book The 7 (co-athored with Keith Ablow), writes:

Every major religion and culture has identified faith as a force that unlocks mysterious and magnificent energy. The Book of Mormon puts it simply and directly: ‘…Whenever men have sufficient faith, angels have ministered unto them.’ Hinduism, Taoism, Chinese popular religion, Siberian shamanism, and other traditions speak of a polestar. …You have a polestar inside you. It is connected with all the energy in the universe. When you begin to follow that star you align yourself with immeasurable, inexplicable forces that will actually help you manifest your best intentions.

Why is Beck so focused on doctrines of devils? Because it is a part of his religion which we are all now required to respect and accept. In fact, Beck’s prophet, Joseph Smith led the most radical form of chrislam, emulating Muhammad in both his heresy and his violence. He believed that “Mahomet [Muhammad] was a true prophet.”
Joseph Smith once declared:

I will be to this generation a second Mohammad, whose motto in treating for peace was ‘Alcoran or the Sword.’ So shall it eventually be with us–‘Joseph Smith or the Sword.’ (See Alvin Schmidt, The American Muhammad, ch. 3, p. 60)

So intense was Smith’s emulation of Muhammad that some American news editors called him “the American Mahomet,” or “the yankee Mahomet.” (See historian Alvin Schmidt, The American Muhammad, ch. 1, p. 27) Apparently Americans were more astute and educated on such matters in Smith’s day, and if there was one thing I wish to revive in this country, it is this very erudition on cults, past and present.

Nothing is new under the sun. What Christians are unaware that what Beck is doing now is shockingly what the Mormons were already doing in the earliest days of Mormonism till now where volumes of support for Islam and Muhammad have been declared by the LDS. The first Mormons honored Muhammad as a prophet when they made a council specifically dedicated to appreciating Islam. From the official LDS website, we read:

As early as 1855, at a time when Christian literature generally ridiculed Muhammad as the Antichrist and the archenemy of Western civilization, Elders George A. Smith (1817–75) and Parley P. Pratt (1807–57) of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles delivered lengthy sermons demonstrating an accurate and balanced understanding of Islamic history and speaking highly of Muhammad’s leadership.

In other words, the Mormons wanted to deter people from believing in the general, and correct view, that Islam was the Antichrist religion. In the meeting, George A. Smith said in the council that Muhammad was “descended from Abraham and was no doubt raised up by God on purpose”.

And if you think that this is just old history, Beck follows and proclaims the current Mormon policy on Islam, as we read from the official LDS doctrine:

Latter-day Saint appreciation of Muhammad’s role in history can also be found in the 1978 First Presidency statement regarding God’s love for all mankind. This declaration specifically mentions Muhammad as one of “the great religious leaders of the world” who received “a portion of God’s light” and affirms that “moral truths were given to [these leaders] by God to enlighten whole nations and to bring a higher level of understanding to individuals.”

Beck is trying to teach a certain form of deism, in which there is one god just up there who we are all worshipping, and who doesn’t care how we worship him.

He says that we differ on “fundamentals” with other faiths, and that this doesn’t matter, what matters is that we all worship God. But what about us who refuse to conform to this heresy? He considers us bigoted and intolerant “deep theologians”. He also says that its not about one faith being better than other faiths. If we accept this sentiment then we will be on our way to flat out confusion. If a faith is true than it must be superior to all other faiths.

I have seen Christians grow a love for the Latter Day Saints because they are so enamored with Glenn Beck. So strong can this fascination become, that some will prefer Mormonism over the Catholic Church. Even televangelist James Robinson accepted Beck as a Christian regardless of his Mormon heresy:

Much of what Beck says is true, and I can say that when I listen to him I agree with him more than disagree with him. But as one Romanian priest once said, “A small departure is a great fall.” When it comes to heresy, we must always focus on their differences with Christianity, rather than their similarities. As Paul says:

A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump. (Galatians 5:9)

Mormonism and Islam deny the Trinity, and if we see this as not a major doctrinal issue, then we are only helping Satan in his cause to destroy the Faith, all for the sake of being accepted by mainstream conservatism which has been infiltrated by all types of false Christians. Beck, like a Muslim, has explicitly denied the Holy Trinity:

It is quite amazing: two professed conservatives who for years have proclaimed “conservative values”, now all of a sudden are talking like liberals. Glenn Beck believes we should accept Mormonism as another version of Christianity, as if truth comes in different varieties, like food from cheap restaurants. It is lamentable that the most important thing in life–Christianity–is deemed as relative, and not absolute. Beck criticizes “deep theologians”, so then what does he want, empty headed and vague theologians?

Christ, the Saviour of man, is marketed by these frauds to appease both orthodox and heretic. And while Beck spouts out his poison, the wolf in shepherd’s clothing, David Barton, is in agreement with him, all for the sake of being accepted by a famous heretic.

I have heard numerous times from certain conservative groups that our approach against Islamic terrorism must be secular. But I say now that this is not only a fallacy, but a grave and dangerous error.

Islam is a religion, and thus we must go against it in advancement for a religion that is supreme and triumphant over evil and wickedness. Islam is theological, so then we must war against it with a theology that extinguishes falsehood. Islam is spiritual, and thus we must combat it in the name of that Spirit which vanquishes all unclean spirits. The only system that can crush the Islamic evil before us is Christianity.

Secular conservatives will always contend with Islamic violence, and will usually respond against Islam only when there is a terrorist attack. They keep reacting, never introducing any measures which will prevent Islamic violence. The key to stopping Islam from thriving, is a full scale attack by the Church upon its theology.

Muslims who wish to execute terrorist attacks will hesitate in a Christian society that does not tolerate its heresies. We, as the Body of Christ, must adopt that pure sentiment of Tertullian and Augustine, that error has no rights, that it cannot be accepted in a land where Christ–the Truth–is esteemed as the only Truth.

We must combat Muhammad’s heresy, not with vain compromises, secularism, or the vague words of conniving politicians and pork barreling legislators, but by “taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.” (Ephesians 6:16) For every teaching of Islam is an explicit attack upon the Faith — be it its denial of the Scriptures, the Virgin Birth, the Godhead, and the holiness of Israel, all of it is an attempt to obliterate the very foundation of our civilization: Christianity.

Conservatives must stop referring to Islam as some religion equal to Christianity, but a heresy with an inherent and direct goal to destroy all of Christianity. The intention of heresy is the undermining of the Church, and this was the aspiration of Muhammad from the very beginning of his cult. Hence why Muhammad focused on destroying the doctrine of the Trinity and the divinity of Christ, writing:

They are surely infidels, who say, Verily God is Christ the son of Mary … Christ the son of Mary is no more than an apostle; other apostles have preceded him; and his mother was a woman of veracity: they both ate food. (Koran 5)

To the Christian–a true Christian that is–this must be deemed as the most depraved form of blasphemy, for John writes:

Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son. Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father: [(but) he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also]. (I John 2:22-23)

Some may argue that theology means nothing, and that all that matters is our values. This idea is shared by those who say that religions such as Mormonism and Islam are not threats because Mormons and Muslims are “nice” or “polite” or have “great values.” Numerous Christian leaders and other conservatives have adopted this view to not appear as intolerant. Dennis Prager is one of them since he doesn’t care about how we see God, but only in our values, and hence he doesn’t view Mormonism as something we should be concerned about:

Cain observed corrupted theology when he sacrificed fruit and refused to sacrifice animal blood, and to these modern conservatives this would be no major concern. “Its just fruit,” they would say, “I differ with Cain theologically, but we both worship one God, so who cares.”

Cain was tolerated, and even tricked his brother with a false peace when he conversed with him in the field, before killing him:

And Cain talked with Abel his brother: and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him. (Genesis 4:8)

The story of the Church is a continuous repetition of the story of Cain and Abel: the heretic will always try to destroy the orthodox. Just like Cain, the heretic will always appear peaceful before killing the believer.

This is why we can never accept a heresy because its subscribers are “nice”, as so many have done today. We can never forget that the goal of the heretic, and the result of heresy, is chaos and revolt against the natural order, not friendly dialogue.

Theology does matter; it is from our theology where we get our views on society and human life, thus the Lord declares:

But he that sinneth against me wrongeth his own soul: all they that hate me love death. (Proverbs 8:36)

Truth, by its very nature, is intolerant. Tolerate all religions, and you invite every error accept the truth, and in such a state will we be stuck repeating the question of Pontius Pilate: What is the truth?

Theodore Shoebat is the author of the book, For God or For Tyranny


  • citizen622

    One of the founding principles of this country is the ability to have freedom of religion. Beck is a Mormon. Being a Mormon gives him a very confused view of the truth. As with all cults the Mormons hold their captives with a tight reign.
    I’m sure many bible believing Christians are praying for Beck to find the truth. It is possible that Beck did cry out to Jesus to save him at some point. It was after his crying out to God that he got involved with the Mormons while looking for a church. It’s not up to me to judge him. We know who sees the spirit of a man.
    Many Christians admire Beck’s political stand. He is one of the few involved in media that speaks out against the leftest movement in this country. One of our founding father’s, Thomas Jefferson, was also quite mixed up in his doctrine. It did not take away from many of the things he did for his country.
    In our last presidential election only 40% of those who call themselves evangelical christian voted. Probably many of those who did not vote were afraid to vote for a Mormon. Would we be better off with Romney? Probably. Certainly we would not see as much corruption as we are now seeing in our government. I think it is sad when Christians are more afraid of someone with incorrect doctrine than they are of an avowed leftest atheist. We had two choices. Is refusing to take a stand the correct action? We are not voting for a religious belief. We are voting for the president. Obviously God has not raised up a Christian that is available to take the spot as yet.
    I don’t know why you feel it is important to point out Beck’s confused outlook. We know he is a Mormon. We know that he belongs to a cult. Does that change the fact that he does stand for the constitution? We always respect the Jews. Our faith would not exist if it were not for our Jewish roots. But they are just as lost as a Mormon if they do not accept Jesus as their Messiah. As a matter of fact most Jews in this country voted for Obama during in both elections.
    The problems in the Christian church stand responsible for where this country is today. We are so divided that we cannot stand together against who our common enemy really is. A house divided against it’s self will fall.

    • trussellj

      People please remember the words of Christ “when I return will I find true faith in the world”There is only one Church the one in the New Testament. We the true believers Are the Church. Sound doctrine is VITAL! We are witnessing the falling away Paul talked about, just prior to the advent of antichrist. Israel matters,Jesus is God part of the Trinity and there is no other god,only satan and demons.God bless you Walid and Theodore thank you for all of your good work!

      • Ted

        God bless you Trussellj. Sound doctrine is so vital and necessary for our civilization. If we do not have orthodoxy, we will lead into tyranny.


        • H2o2Bill

          I was most disappointed when Glenn went to DC and tried to get everyone to hold hands. When he could have said we are now the _____ party Washington here our voice. People we are now the _____ party we will elect our own candidates and run our own party. And I do believe we could have made difference. Yet he made it a religious get together. Something I want nothing to do with. You nailed it once again Theodore, Beck has some information but not to be trusted. “You can tie a dog and cat together by the tail and get union but you wont have unity.” Abe Lincoln.

          In reality the American people are the problem not Glenn Beck nor Obama. Islam is in the Church and so Islam is in the White-House. It is the Church that needs to repent and become a loud voice for the cause of the Lord Jesus Christ once again. The “falling away” should drive us to our knees it should bring many tears to our eyes.

          Isa 34:1 Draw near, O nations, to hear; and listen, O peoples! Let the earth and all it contains hear, and the world and all that springs from it.

          Bill Jr

    • Ted


      If you have evidence to rebut the facts we presented, please come forth instead of writing an article about Romney whom by the way we supported since we were electing a czar not a prophet. Beck is different in that he enters the realm of theology and not strictly politics. When someone teaches heresy then he is free game to us.

    • Winston

      Do not be deceived by Mormons, Muslims, Roman Catholics, liberal evangelicals, and mainstream denominations which have already bought into the lies of Satan.

      • Ted


        I agree with you that we must always be vigilant against heresies. But one cannot compare traditionalist Roman Catholicism with Mormonism. There are many Catholics who disagree with leftist elements which have infiltrated the Church. Other than this I commend you for your zeal against heresy.

        God bless you sir

    • Beck is a self-serving fraud. If you can’t see that with your own eyes then you’re beyond my help.

    • terrie

      Very good words, citizen 622. Totally agree.

    • aquasails

      I agree with citizen622. I would add that Beck sees himself as a prophet. I listen sometimes, knowing that I need to “eat the fish, and spit out the bones.”

      • aquasails

        I need to clarify that I see Beck as a false prophet. But the “fish” in what he has to say is clearly his understanding of history, which I find to be very helpful. He seems to see himself as some kind of “uniter”. But, Christianity stands alone as the truth.

        • Ted


          Christianity is the only Truth, most definitely. I made it known in the article that I agree with much of what Beck has to say, but that does not mean we just accept him as a Christian or his universalist religion.

          God bless you


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  • Onc_RN

    I disagree with Glenn’s religious (Mormon) beliefs, however, I find he does want to expose and promote truth. Most of us that respect Glenn Beck’s work also know he is human and capable of error as we all are. I subscribe to The Blaze and hear him speak often of the Church as a whole needing to stand on God’s Word to fight the enemy. He does get so much right, in my view, that we need to pray for him, not disparage him.

    • Ted

      We either please the masses or abandon the Ministry of Rebuke. If you are offended that we rebuked a heretic, what then would you have done when Paul rebuked Peter? The only answer left for you to answer such a question is that you would rebuke even God whom you claim you worship.

    • Shirley Anne

      Onc_RN , I agree … People in darkness need to be brought in to the light… His views about mormonism is sure NOT going to rub off on me… I don’t throw the baby out with the bath water… However, I do need to see if this is a real baby versus a counterfeit… There’s PLENTY of them about !!!

    • Ellie

      It seems some people are very threatened by others who have different belief systems. I wonder what these people think we should do! Shut off our televisions? Stop reading? Hide in a hole in the ground until Jesus comes to save us? Or do they think we should take away the right of the person with an opposing view to speak at all? Honestly, to be friendly to someone who has a different belief system is not a sin! It does not mean anyone’s faith has been corrupted. If you profess faith in Jesus the Christ as your savior and eternal Lord do you then have to stop all interaction with others. I believe Paul told us in his letter that is not the case!
      As you say, Glenn Beck or anyone else with a belief system different from Christianity are not a threat to any true believer. He has a right to mention his religion on his radio show if he wants to just as a Christian with a microphone can say what they believe 24/7 if need be.
      So what is the problem?
      Are those who so dislike what Beck does afraid that he takes too much attention away from what they have to say? At this time in the history of this country anyone has the right to listen or turn it off and if a person chooses to listen it does not make them a “follower.” I don’t know of any true born again believer being taken in by Beck’s Mormon religion. If they happen to like his political views does that make them apostate?
      ICorinthians 5:10 tells us that it is the believers who are disobeying the word of God that we are not to associate NOT the people of the world. How on earth would anyone get saved if the believers shut themselves off in their own little bless me clubs, not being salt and light as they are called to be?
      We are to grow up in all things into Christ who is the head. We are to be grounded in the word of God and that being so we are easily able to be lead by the Spirit of God as to how we treat the unbeliever.
      I find it sad when I see people who call themselves “Christian” being the most divisive and critical of people. They have no faith in the Spirit or power of God and feel they must do the Holy Spirit’s job for Him in a way that has nothing to do with the law of Love that Christ gave us to follow.

  • geodave36352

    Thanks, Whalid…..this explains why I found that listening to Glen was interesting and compelling yet always discomforting and disturbing. On the surface Glenn seems to be a man guided by spirit (or a spirit) albeit not the Holy Spirit.

    • Ted

      Amen to that.

    • Clare

      I agree with you. I watched Beck’s most compelling speech at the NRA, but I rarely touch down on his news site because of these undercurrents that you mention.

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  • billo

    Theodore: What about Catholicism? Catholicism recognizes the legitimacy of Islam. Please note the reference in their latest Catechism:

    “841 The Church’s relationship with the Muslims. “The plan of salvation also includes those who acknowledge the Creator, in the first place amongst whom are the Muslims; these profess to hold the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, mankind’s judge on the last day.” ”

    Do they indeed “together with us…adore the one…God.”? I think not.

    Also, Roman Catholics deny the right of Israel to the land and are the biggest proponents of replacement theology in the world.

    • Ted

      America’s pope, Rick Warren, signed A Common Word which combines Christianity with Islam, to worship the same god. Pope Francis did not sign it. Until he does, lay off of if. Should the Catholic Church be the only target? Pretty bigoted no?

      • billo

        Ted: I am as critical of Protestant Evangelicals who equate Yahweh to Allah as I am of anybody else. I will not “lay off it.” Two wrongs do not make a right. The RCC is WRONG AND ARE DISTORTING THE TRUTH. The evangelicals and other Protestants are rightfully criticized by other Protestants (like me) for their grave error in promoting Islam as in some way truthful. The RCC is not going to get a pass. Face the truth.

        • Ted

          We are not proponents of Vatican II and neither are many traditionalist Catholics. Indeed, while this is heresy and we agree, this article was not on that subject matter. What you are trying to say is that we should NOT address Beck’s heresy while we should ONLY address Catholic heresy. We are equal opportunity exposers, you are not, for you led no support or even agreement of what we said about Beck. Should we only carry your tambourine and play your drum? While you stand by us silent on Beck while you play your violin?

          • billo

            Ted: We should expose ALL instances of professing Christians (in the broadest terms of Christianity) being complicit with Islam. This includes Glenn Beck, Rick Warren and the Roman Catholic Church. The pronouncements in the RCC Catechism are as heretical and complicit with Islam as anything or anyone out there. The fact is that Rick Warren has been soundly criticized by evangelical Christians for compromising with Islam. Now Beck is. The RCC claims to be THE ONLY TRUTH and within their Catechism, WHICH IS TO BE ACCEPTED AS TRUTH BY ALL “REAL” CHRISTIANS, THEIR POSITION IS AS INTENSELY CHRISLAM-LIKE AS THE MOST CHRISLAM COMPLICIT GROUPS OR INDIVIDUALS. Yet, for some reason, they escape justifiable condemnation.

    • Shirley Anne

      They are a cult, too. All the deifying they carry out….. all this saint hood nonsense and Worshipping Yahshua’s mother. Falsely believing that the pope and priests can absolve one of sin….. ARE ANY ONE OF THEM THE UNBLEMISHED LAMB OF GOD, AND DIE FOR US ON THAT TREE ????

      • Amen to that sister!

      • I do this again only because I forgot to check of “Notify me of follow-up comments by email.”

      • Derenzopa

        Actually, we believe that only God forgives sins, and He works through the priest in the Confessional. We also do not worship Mary, we have a devotion to her and honor her as her Son did. We don’t worship saints or believe saints have any special powers. Formally canonized saints are simply people we believe to be in Heaven; in other words, if someone still living asks a deceased person to pray for them to God and that prayer is answered by God (not the saint!), then we can say that deceased person is clearly in Heaven since they have God’s ear. We believe in intercessory prayer, just as we may ask a friend to put in a good word for us to someone with whom they are close. We believe in one God in three persons, the Holy Trinity: God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit as does any other Christian. Before you believe untrue gossip about a Christian faith, please familiarize yourself with the facts.

  • KarenYMe

    The GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is NOT the same as Allah, the dream of a madman. So anyone who tries to create oneness of the two is very misguided, a stumbling stone for immature Christians, and I would think very close to blasphemy.

    • Ted

      Amen Karen!


  • Clare

    A Latter-day Saint Perspective on Muhammad By James A. Toronto
    Viewing Muhammad from the understanding of the restored gospel provides greater knowledge of Heavenly Father’s love for His children in all nations.

    This link is a real eye-opener! I’d go there before it’s scrubbed. I don’t know, I just find it incriminating somehow. The date it was written was Aug 2000.

    So the oligarchy (Democrat and Republican in name only as of today) was forming already during 2008 to sometime before the next election? Obama, Romney, what’s the difference? The Repubs neutralized any clout it had in favor of its twin, the Dems…. well, because, why?

    The one world thing, the relativism, the Mohammedans. To the LDS crowd this “view” must be all so lofty, but for me, I’m just left wondering about it’s alarming connections and that the vocabulary is so odd. Maybe we didn’t know very much about either candidate in 2012 or the motivation of the players. Religious and political beliefs form people’s actions; they are not separate and distinct.

    • Ted


      thanks for bringing up the Mormon article from the LDS site. The Mormon Church, I believe, is an agent from Satan to try to push America into Chrislam and they are using Glenn Beck as their spokesman for this cause. I was not a fan of Romney (though I preferred him over Obama in the end) he was too middle of the road for me and pro-abortion. I want a zealot for a president 🙂

      God bless,

      • Shirley Anne

        They are a cult, too. All the deifying they carry out….. all this saint hood nonsense and Worshipping Yahshua’s mother. Falsely believing that the pope and priests can absolve one of sin….. ARE ANY ONE OF THEM THE UNBLEMISHED LAMB OF GOD, AND DIE FOR US ON THAT TREE ????

      • Clare

        I cringed when I voted for Romney and I was very dismayed. I think of what Dr. Michael Savage said, that he was milk toast, and he also said that we need a leader like David. Where is our David or Constantine?

        Really appreciate this site. Thanks for your replies on this article, I’ve enjoyed the topic. Very informative.

  • Winston

    If Glenn Beck has bought into a “universal” religion then he has an anti-Christ spirit and all who “follow” him should turn their backs on him… especially if they are professed Christians. The universal religion which Beck speaks of is the coming one-world religion prophesied in the end times Biblical prophecies. The Bible also speaks against believers becoming “followers of men” instead of following Christ Jesus and him alone. This is the beginning of the Great Falling Away. But, Beck and other followers of Mormonism are followers of men in the first place, from their origin, so it isn’t anything new to them.

  • Clare

    I got distracted with the Mormon Romney, so my comment is, if LDS such as Beck, subscribe to this “A Latter-day Saint Perspective on Muhammad” then there are 4 – 6 million Chrislams in the US. Who knew?

    • geodave36352

      I recently spent a lot of time studying the Jehovah’s Witness heresy (s) in an effort to save a friend who fell in with them. After spending a year studying with a Witness church elder and regularly attending meetings he gave me a book that they do not give to just anyone. While I had discovered many small heretical points up until then they were not sufficiently meaty, but that book stopped me dead in my tracks…caused me to cut all ties to the Witnesses and even leave my friend with the wolf pack (she was far beyond reason by then, but I still pray)….The bottom line is that the witnesses are very critical of all religions except for Islam and in recent years the WatchTower has published a few articles that even praise the virtues of Islam. In the book that I read (Witness End Time eschatology) they teach that the false prophet and anti-Christ are already extant and we are in the last days now simply waiting for Christ to reappear….but in fact it is anti-Christ who will appear first and deceive many…The Witnesses will follow him and I strongly suspect that the anti-Christ and the Islam Mahdi (sp) are, will be, one and the same. …..There are 4 to 6 million Witnesses in the USA today….hence 10 to 12 million Chrislamites total…..hmmmmm….Will they be after our heads as well?

    • Ted



      and there are many Mormons who are outspoken about their reverence for Islam. Beck is one of them. Here is a clip of a debate I did with one of the top apologist for the LDS, Martin Tanner, who in the video expresses his support for Islam:

      God bless,

  • Shoebat fan and blogger has an excellent exposé on the fraud Beck.

    • Ted

      I found this to be hilarious and eye opening. I will have to send the host my article. God bless you sir,


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  • Grace

    Just curious about the statement:
    “If you think Beck combats Islam, you are mistaken. He speaks out against terrorism yes, but not the source of it. He writes in one of his books, An Inconvenient Truth:

    “I have read the Koran and can tell you that I unequivocally believe that Islam is a religion of peace.””

    ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ was written by Al Gore. Perhaps there was a connection somewhere between the two that got left out? Glen Beck was against this and noted it on his show.

    I do want to thank you for your teachings on End-Times. There is so much that fills in the blanks that was not coming together with the Western approach. It really is so much clearer. Have been to Pastor Jack Hibbs church for a conference where you spoke, have some of your dvd teachings and bought another of your books. Thank you for the blessings.

    • Ted


      this was my mistake since I am so used to the title being associated with Gore. I have fixed. Thank you for pointing this out.


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  • citizen622

    I listen to Beck about once or twice a week. I have never heard him defend Islam on his radio program. He is quite outspoken about Obama helping the Muslim Brotherhood into various parts of our government as well as the Benghazi incident. He clearly points out how the media refuses to report Obama’s relationships with the Muslims. He tried to get people to pay attention to the Saudi that was first “arrested” at the Boston bombing but no one in mainstream media backed him up.
    A large percentage of Beck’s listeners are bible believing Christians. He knows if he started to preach Mormon doctrine or “Chrislam” that he would lose much of his base.
    I’m not afraid that any of Beck’s religion is going to rub off on me. He has done a lot to get people more active in standing against the assault of the left on our liberties. His religion is his business. As long as he does not use his microphone to promote his religion or Islam I have no problem with him.

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  • jaszappi

    I respect the sincerity of belief and the piety for which theology is important. It has to be admitted that Islam represented an advance from Arab paganism and that the Christian world at the time was divided by unseemly political and doctrinal squabbling. It also has to be admitted that Mormons are Christians. Many Christian denominations officially denounce each other just as they did in Smith’s day. It should also be noted that if we perpetuate the economic and cultural conflicts of the Middle Ages in this century we are playing a dangerous eschatological game from the disastrous consequences of which foolish behavior we may arrogantly think we can force Christ and Heavenly Father to bail us out.

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  • royblizzardiii

    Unfortunately it has been my experience that most Christians are woefully undereducated or wrongly educated in their own faith. They can’t read the Text in Hebrew or Greek or Aramaic and therefore are not able to rightly interpret the Word. Most can’t even tell you correctly the meanings of any of the words involved in their own faith such as faith, grace, etc etc. Even many who can read the text misconstrue the text for their own gains. Many also make a Cardinal mistake in that they do not understand the enemy and the way the enemy operates so they allow the error to be accepted. Islam, while many adherents regard it as a religion, is more of a socio-political organization masquerading as a religion. While the adherents do pray to a “god” such that allah is, they operate out of terror and hatred and have an earthly agenda of death as opposed to the agenda of life found in Jesus. When you mention the blood covenant to the Moslems they absolutely freak out as it opposes the tenets of Islam. This is indeed a Spiritual battle we fight, but until the church can actually educate the followers in the Truth, the church will continue to be a powerless organism.

    • Grace

      There are people who are very educated and can read Hebrew, Greek or Aramaic and yet have no faith. I am grateful for a merciful God who can read the heart, forgive and receive the Christian who grew up in a different society and is not able to articulate every word of Scripture in its original text. Apparently there is enough understanding to receive salvation, which is the point.

  • ShanaHill

    1. “…you invite every error accept the truth.” I’m pretty sure you meant to say, “except the truth.”

    2. jaszappi wrote: “It also has to be admitted that Mormons are Christians.” No. It does not. Mormonism is a different religion, different theology, heresy and a cult.

    3. Citizen622 wrote: “As long as he does not use his microphone to promote his religion or Islam I have no problem with him.” I watch his radio show on The Blaze every day, and he has most certainly promoted his religion.

    Glenn Beck is useful in learning about history, about the “Progressive” destruction of our nation, and current events. However, in matters of faith he is a snake and no true Christian should follow his pronouncements about God, faith, religion, beliefs or any such thing. He has the gall to ask candidates, “How is your soul?” He sees himself as a prophet, and has often stated his “prophecies” have all come true (that only the timing is off). I have felt very grateful to read the piece about Beck and “Chrislam”, and associated comments. It’s good to know there are others who see what he’s about, and to beware of this “preaching” he is doing. My husband suggested Beck himself or someone very like him is likely to be the False Prophet to the Anti-Christ. My personal view is that God will let him fall once he elevates himself too high. I see it coming eventually. It’s sad to see how easily people, even Christians, will follow a man, will set him up as a sort of idol. Very sad.

    • geodave36352

      You hit the nail right on the head there. Beck is telling us the truth on a purely secular level and this truth is worth reading, with a grain of salt. But his ‘inclusive’ theology runs into a brick wall with scriptural truth (both old and new testament). YHWH is indeed a God of love for those who willingly follow his commandments and his yoke is easy for those who seek His righteousness and truth. Faith only becomes difficult when we try to reconcile false gods and prophets with scriptural truth….as Glenn attempts to do without ceasing….I agree with his premise that we should peacefully allow others to worship who and what they will as long as they do not actively attempt to suppress our faith. But at the same time we must extol and share the Gospel so that we may work to honor his will… that all could be saved

  • shirleyanne12

    Cain didn’t want a blood sacrifice. He thought God dwelt in beauty. He offered beauty upon his altar, the fruit of the field. Cain fell before God in worship, offered a sacrifice, obedient in every way, exactly like Abel. Very religious, but without the revelation of the Word which was God’s plan from the beginning. God revealed that it was not religion, not an altar, not belonging to church, not making a sacrifice, not being sincere, but by the revelation of His Word.

    • DE

      Actually, what happened was that Cain only offered a sacrifice of his surplus crop while Abel gave God his best animals.

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  • ChaplainCJ

    A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump. (Galatians 5:9) those who profess to call ourselves as Christians should read this passage!

  • Andy Bendzin

    That Dennis Prager has no Problem with it is because he is a Jew. Unless you talk about a Messianic Jew, Jews in the diaspora if they are not religious try to be pretty much open minded. I never make anyone an idol. Only difference with Beck, he brought up a lot of things to make Americans understand what is happening today in our country in reference to what was going on in Hitler Germany. That being said, it is what it is. That he converted to Chrislam might be revealing his supposed roots to Skull and Bones even more. And yes, Mormonism is not on par with the Christian Faith. Absolutely. Problem with Americans, they think too much in the box rather than outside the box. I say this as a German living in America for 23 years now. A country that I always greatly loved, but completely has lost her spiritual moorings.

  • whisperingsage1

    One thing is incorrect- The Muslims ARE the sons of Abraham through Ishmael, the firstborn, the son born of Hagar. He was 13 when he and his mom were cast out. But if you read on, when Abraham died, they had evidently stayed in touch as Ishmael’s 12 sons came and were also part of the pall bearing party.

    These folks were the Ishmaelites, and later the Philistines, and then the Palistinians.

  • Rhonda McCauley

    Jesus is not, and never has been God.

    • Grace

      So you are calling Jesus a liar and the Bible is of no effect?

      • Rhonda McCauley

        Jesus is an awesome being. As the son of God, he is not God. The Bible is a must read for everyone. But, interpretations, especially through language translations have made it a bit off here and there. I get it though, the Bible speaks to me, and just me, as it should you.

        • Grace

          John 1 speaks specifically of Christ as the “word” ~ “1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.”

          Then Scripture clarifies that God came to us in the flesh in vs 14 and identifies Christ as specifically coming from, literally as a part of God in vs 18

          “14 And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.

          15 John bore witness of Him and cried out, saying, “This was He of whom I said, ‘He who comes after me is preferred before me, for He was before me.’ ”

          16 And of His fullness we have all received, and grace for grace. 17 For the law was given through Moses, but grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. 18 No one has seen God at any time. The only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He has declared Him.”

          God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit ~ the triune God who is one God, not three.

          Yes, this is clear to me and speaks volumes as do many other Scriptures identifying Christ as God in the flesh.

  • njrdn

    Shana Hill, I am sorry how many ignorant people in this world, you are saying, he is saying and the other one is saying, what the heck is that. Make sure on your own, don’t expect other people solve your ignorance.
    The book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ, it is telling us the story of Jesus in America, I don’t tell you to convert, I am telling to read it and then you can open your mouth because you are ignoring anymore.
    The Church of JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAYS SAINTS, if Mormons are not Christians it wouldn’t have Jesus name and Mormon was one of the prophets.
    When I called the missionaries to tell more about the Church, I investigated first, not LDS Church, I invest gated all many Churches and I like them better that my old religion except Jehovah witnesses.
    I study 6 years Primary in a catholic school, 6 years Secondary and 4 in a Catholic University.
    I was looking for a Church where I couldn’t question the Leaders, I was born in SA, I learn through History the tunnels from the nuns convents to the priests homes and they found skeletons of babies there, I never criticize it, I also know that there are many very good servants of God, and still some gave bad signals.
    It was then when I was still a young girl that I made the decision of search for the right Church.
    When I was Baptized, my testimony did not come at once, I have my questions, went to the Bishop and told him I am not sure of this or that, his response was always, Pray sister Jordan, Pray and ask our Heavenly Father he will respond you James 1:5,
    Every time I received my answer wow! I was so happy and I am 41 years member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints.
    I also have to ad that my moral foundation was created in my home and my school, so it was easy to turn to the right path.
    So please, do not talk about any church before you investigate them.
    Not everybody have to agree with Glenn Beck and I know what he meant about the people called Islamic, What he is doing is what a good

  • njrdn

    I was saying that what he is doing is what Jesus expect all of us is part of the commandments, Love thy neighbor as you love thy self. Do I like Muslims? No,No,No, I don’t, the judgment comes from the only one Jesus, I just wouldn’t like to be present when the people that talk bad about us is Judged, because you are insultin Jesus Christ.

  • Llewellyn Andrew

    You are clearly not well informed about the Mormon Faith. Tolerism within the bounds of reason is taught within the Mormon faith and to follow the example of Christ and Glenn is acting in a Mormon way so I do not believe he will be terrorised for livng a Mormon life which is also a Christian life. If you are not sure about something then why do you not take some time and see what they are really like.

  • Llewellyn Andrew

    Mormons are Christians.

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