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Christianity Thomas on 07 Oct 2010 12:55 am

Glenn Beck shows us how disgusting Christians really are

Every sane and rational person understands the problem with Glenn Beck:

Glenn Beck Mocks Fire Victims, Reaches New Depths of Awfulness

That’s right. A matter of days after losing everything they owned, including their home, their pets, family photographs — everything — and all because of a delinquent $75 fee, Gene Cranick and his family were excoriated, scolded and teased by multimillionaire celebrity televangelist Glenn Beck in front of a radio audience estimated at upwards of 10 million listeners.

Glenn Beck is disgusting to any sane and rational person.

But the larger problem is his audience, made up of 10 million Christians. The only reason anyone knows about Glenn Beck is because of the 10 million Christians who wallow in Beck’s disgusting behavior and celebrate it. This is the true face of Christianity in America today, and it is truly disgusting.

Why would anyone want to be associated with such a disgusting group? If you would like to end the disgust in your personal life, here are two sites that can help you:

Why won’t God heal amputees?

God is imaginary

9 Responses to “Glenn Beck shows us how disgusting Christians really are”

  1. on 07 Oct 2010 at 11:58 pm 1.A Romantic said …

    Uh-Oh, a Huff post alert. Huff claims (again) Beck is a bad bad man. So does anyone consider Huff to be a legitimate source for any story?

  2. on 16 Oct 2010 at 5:37 am 2.V said …

    Non-believer here, actually that’s a good point, the Huff Post is extremely biased. But then so is Fox News.

    I wouldn’t touch Glenn Beck with a barge pole at all.

  3. on 16 Oct 2010 at 3:13 pm 3.Z said …

    V

    Learn the difference between news and news commentary. Beck, O’Reilly, Hannity are SUPPOSE to be opinion shows. Just like Olbermann…well at least Fox actually presents another viewpoint unlike Olbermann,

    Fox NEWS show actually just present news. I think liberals must make up ridiculous claims in order to ease there pain that Fox kicks the crap out of the liberal news networks.

  4. on 16 Oct 2010 at 10:10 pm 4.kathryn said …

    to the person who made this site…what are you so angry about??

  5. on 17 Oct 2010 at 5:27 pm 5.Anti-Theist said …

    People get “mad” and react by protecting themselves when their constitutional or human rights are infringed upon.

  6. on 17 Oct 2010 at 7:22 pm 6.Boz said …

    Z,

    Thank you. It is refreshing to find someone who knows the difference. 100% of the people who whine about Fox have never seen it and are enslaved by MSNBC. I got the figure from Keith.

    Kathryn,

    He is not angry, he is attempting to ease his conscious. Many former atheist will relate to you that they are obsessed with religion. God’s way of keeping in their mind.

  7. on 18 Oct 2010 at 7:39 pm 7.dxt said …

    Glen beck is not a Christian, he is a mormon and follows the teachings of mormonism which was established by Joseph Smith in the 1800′s. Who took the poll on the 10 million Christian listeners? Anyway, regardless of the 75 dollars, I dont think I could stand by and watch anyones home burn to the ground. That would go against my moral duties. I dont know how one could mock a tradgedy like this such as the man seated next to beck. Truly disgusting.

  8. on 19 Oct 2010 at 2:45 am 8.nedmorlef said …

    Don’t use the excuse of a flawed man for denial of God.Follow Christ not men. That’s why He gave you his Word. Read it and be renewed, born again. If you don’t want to believe then, don’t but, don’t blame anything outside of what you see when, you look into the mirror.

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