Um, about that “jesus” Glenn Beck believes in…


Uh-oh, this report will perhaps open some eyes of those who say Glenn Beck may surely be an undercover Christian, or that he may at least be close to accepting the truth about his false religion from those evangelicals who allegedly are sharing it with him.   No, Beck knows exactly whom he worships, and it ain’t the Jesus of the Scriptures, but a very different Jesus.

Jeff Maples over at P&P reports:

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At a Utah rally with Glenn Beck supporting Ted Cruz last week, Glenn Beck gave a speech declaring that Ted Cruz was the fulfillment of the Mormon White Horse Prophecy. The Mormon University, Brigham Young, explains the prophecy likes this:

Will the Constitution be destroyed? No; it will be held inviolate by this people; and, as Joseph Smith said, “The time will come when the destiny of the nation will hang upon a single thread. At that critical juncture, this people will step forth and save it from the threatened destruction.”

At another Rally in Salt Lake City, Utah, Beck, in shocking admission it seems, implies that Mormons and Evangelicals worship a different God.

He states:

Utah has an incredible opportunity. So many Christians have been standing up. But all throughout the South the Evangelicals are not listening to their God. Let us raise a standard in Utah.

Read the rest here, and watch the video:

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9 Responses to Um, about that “jesus” Glenn Beck believes in…

  1. Glenn E. Chatfield March 23, 2016 at 9:53 am #

    As an ex-Mormon, I can certainly verify that the Mormons do not worship the same God or Christ as do real Christians. I have a whole blog dedicated to exposing their belief system which is based on lies.

    • Ben March 23, 2016 at 5:43 pm #

      Glenn Beck seems to believe in a mix of Catholicism and Mormonism. He obviously identifies himself as Mormon, but I have heard him state beliefs that are not Mormon orthodox and actually sound very Catholic.

      • Glenn E. Chatfield March 23, 2016 at 6:06 pm #

        That could be because he was Catholic before becoming a Mormon.

  2. Jerry Henson March 23, 2016 at 11:12 pm #

    Actually, I think you are misinterpreting Beck’s statement. To assert that he is unconsciously admitting that Mormons and Evangelicals worship a different God is to put too much emphasis on the pronoun “their”. He already in his statement referred to Mormons as Christians when he said it was time for Christians to rise up. The implication is that Evangelical Christians in the South have failed but Mormon “Christians” in Utah have to save the country. Misrepresentation of an individual’s beliefs and statements is a poor testimony to the gospel. Most active Mormons would likely dismiss this article out of hand without reading it.
    Of course, I do believe the godhead of Mormon teaching is not the Triune God of the Bible, and therefore Mormons do not worship the same God. Mormon scripture states that God the Father has a body of flesh and bones (Doctrine and Covenants 130:22); as does Jesus, but not the Holy Spirit. Additionally, in his “First Vision”, Joseph Smith claimed that both the Father and the Son were distinct, glorified beings. This indicates that Mormonism rejects the Trinity, which teaches that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are of the same substance, one Being, three Persons (Matt. 28:19; John 1:1; 14:9, 25-26 2 Cor. 13:14; Phil. 2:5; Heb. 1:1-4; I Pet. 1:1-2). However, although most Mormons reject the Trinity, they still very much believe they follow the same Christ that we do because they still believe He is the Son of God. Patience is required to demonstrate to them that this is not the case.

    • Glenn E. Chatfield March 24, 2016 at 11:24 am #


      I hate to tell you this, but you are dead wrong about Mormons thinking they are worshiping the same Christ as the Christ of the Bible. I’m an ex-Morman and I KNOW the Mormon Jesus is different. I describe the Mormon Jesus here;

      The Mormon Jesus was NOT born of a virgin, as I thoroughly explain here:

      The previous LDS president made a public statement about Mormon Jesus not being the Jesus of the rest of Christendom. I can provide you with much, much information PROVING that the Mormon Jesus and the Mormon God are inventions of Joseph Smith with no resemblance to the God and Jesus or scripture.

      So, these people definitely know they have a difference Jesus. It all a matter of forcing them to define their terms and you will definitely see that they understand the two different Jesuses.

      • Jerry Henson March 25, 2016 at 12:23 am #

        Whoa friend, I understand that Mormons worship a different Jesus. I even said that in my post. My point was to say that Mormons do not think they have a different Jesus. I recognize that Mormonism has changed over the years, but we have to respond to the Mormonism of today, not the Mormonism of Ezra Benson and Bruce McConkie, or even the Mormonism of Gordon Hinkley. The statements made on and on indicate to me that the General Authorities want to be thought of as Christians, and seemingly at the same time want to continue to hold on to Mormonism’s unique doctrines and truth claims, which is why they still send missionaries to Protestants and Catholics. I have never been a Mormon, but I have talked to Mormons, both missionaries and members, and I know what they claim about themselves. It takes patience to demonstrate that there is wide difference between Biblical Christianity and Mormonism, and it takes patience to demonstrate that the Jesus they worship is not the One revealed in the Old and New Testaments. I have already explained that above. Grace and Peace

        • Glenn E. Chatfield March 25, 2016 at 9:46 am #


          I understand where you stand on Mormonism, but my main point is that you are in error to think that Mormons really believe they have the same Jesus and God as the Bible. When even their president stated they worship different God and Jesus, they know that. They pretend their Jesus is the Jesus of the Bible, but as soon as you get them to define their terms they come clean.

          It’s all a ruse.

    • berlorac March 24, 2016 at 4:46 pm #

      Well said, Jerry. I thought the same thing when I read this article. The author is making much out of a common English use of a pronoun. Beck is only pointing out that the Evangelicals often claim to be superior to others in their zeal for God, so Beck was pointing out what seems to him to be hypocrisy.

      I know Mormons. I was married into a Mormon family. They most definitely believe they worship the Jesus of the Bible. They believe He died on the Cross and paid for their sins. They even believe He rose from the dead. However, I will point out that the older Mormons would not have said, say 20 years ago, that they were Christians. They distinguished themselves from Christians, having been taught by Joseph Smith that Christianity has it all wrong. This is precisely why Smith, supposedly, received new revelation — to show the errors of the Christians and establish Jesus’ true teachings.

      Lately, though, the Mormons have been changing their tune and teaching that they are Christians. This isn’t any different than when they changed their policy on blacks being allowed in. They just change with the times and if they see that it benefits them, they go with it. They want more members, so they mainstream.

    • Paul, The Marketplace Minister March 25, 2016 at 5:30 am #

      I agree. Still, he is standing in the right place for the nation, just not for himself or for other Mormons.