Glenn Beck wears special garments underneath his clothes to remind him of promises he has made to God.
But none of this is startling because, well, Glenn Beck is Mormon.
But it may surprise you to learn that Beck preached a sermon at Liberty University on April 25 that was rife with Mormon theology in which he showcased a valuable Mormon relic.
According to Beck, a Sheriff falsely accused Smith of owing a debt for stealing a stove. There seems to be no outcry from students, parents, or faculty over Liberty’s invitation of Beck or of his sermon so far.
“[Smith] reached into his pocket and pulled out his pocket watch…he gave it to the Sheriff and said, ‘I owe man nothing.’ They let him go. Beck picked up Smith’s pocket watch, a Mormon relic, and showed it to the crowd: “This is his pocket watch that he pulled out.” He also brought other religious artifacts, such as an “original William Tyndale Bible” and a Bible that Beck claimed “stopped the Salem witch trials.” Later, Beck roused the crowd by talking of their spiritual purpose: “You’re here for a reason…You were born at this time in this country, you are at this university for a reason.” Beck said that “nobody in the Grand Councils” sent them down to earth just to design T-shirts or become an accountant. You came to this university maybe thinking, ‘I have to have an education to get a job.’ You need this education from Liberty University because of your only true job, the purpose you were sent here for.” (-) According to Mormon teaching, the Grand Council (or Council of Heaven) is a gathering of heavenly beings that send men and women, who they believe are pre-existing and immortal souls, to earth for a divine purpose. Perhaps the silence is because this is not an unusual partnership for the evangelical mega-school.
Protestant and Catholic critics of Mormonism claim that this teaching is both polytheistic and unbiblical. Liberty is America’s largest Christian college boasting more than 90,000 resident and distance learning students.
However, since age 13 he has described himself as an atheist and has never wavered from that position.
Zuckerberg isn't shy about his lack of beleif, as he lists publicly on his very own Facebook page.
He was named Time's Man of the Year in 2010 for his contributions to technology and networking. Glenn Beck believes he is wedded to his wife for eternity., has publicly said that he “doesn’t believe in God.” However, he has also made it clear that he is not “anti-religion.” Instead, he has actively pushed for a greater separation between church and state in America.His , ‘The Bacon Brothers,’ which he formed with his older brother, Michael Bacon, have performed at events like ‘First Freedom First’ which specifically advocate the separation of church and state.Mark Zuckerberg is currently the world's youngest billionaire, the Facebook creator and leader took the internet by storm with his fresh social media approach and continued innovation.Zuckerberg was raised in New York in a Jewish family, even having a Barmitzvah.