Glenn Beck has done it again. He has let his big mouth get ahead of what ever reason and common sense that he was born with, that he still may have left. Maybe all common sense has left him, already? What do you think? Well, last week, on his radio program, that wild and crazy man, Mr. Beck, said “I beg you, look for the words ’social justice’ or ‘economic justice’ on your church Web site. If you find it, run as fast as you can. Social justice and economic justice, they are code words," slogans affiliated with Nazism and Communism.
Of course, the good sense challenged Mr. Beck must not know anything about the Gospel and must have never heard of "The Sermon on the Mount."
Any way this week, several Christian ministers have called on Christians to leave Gleen Beck, to boycott his hateful show and place him on the list of haters that include Howard Stern.
Mr. Beck, who is a Morman, in his recklessly, not too bright statement, threw mud at "every mainline Protestant, Roman Catholic, African-American, Hispanic and Asian congregation in the country — not to mention plenty of evangelical ones. Even Mormon scholars in Mr. Beck’s own church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, said in interviews that Mr. Beck seemed ignorant of just how central social justice teaching was to Mormonism. (New York Times)
So far neither Beck nor Fox News have responded to the ministers call to boycott Beck. Stay tune.