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    How can Glenn Beck in good conscience say that mormonism is part of christianity when but mormons believe Jesus and Satan are spiritual brothers, both “spiritual children” created by God?  Is that what the Bible says?  The Bible says Jesus (the Word) is God, part of the triune creator, Father, Son, and Spirit (indicated first in Genesis saying “let us make man in our image”), so Beck’s equation of Satan’s brotherhood with Jesus should be the only red flag christians should need to see that spiritually, Glenn Beck is a wolf in sheep’s clothing; I can’t be sure if he’s intentionally misleading, but for Mr. Beck to not see the difference in the holy books of the two faiths is to believe that he can’t read, which certainly appears not to be the case.

    At the end of the last book of the Bible, the book of the Revelation (of Jesus Christ) in the New Testament, it says that anyone who adds to the witness of the Bible shall be anathema, so where does that put the writer of the Book of Mormon written almost two thousand years after the canons of scripture were established?  Jesus and Satan are brothers, are you kidding me Glenn?  Joseph Smith did captialize on his apparent knowledge of ancient hebrew lettering on rocks in the Americas, stating that jews, led by “Lehi,” had sailed to the Americas circa 600 b.c. at the time of the babylonian captivity of Jerusalem, and before that, “Jared” (not the subway sandwich guy) after the Tower of Babel, transoceanic navigation in the bronze age rightly deduced by Smith, actually by the mapping method exlained in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com.

    And for a classic overview of the surprising geography of the earth from the time of Noah after the flood through the time of Moses, be sure to peruse http://genesisveracityfoundation.com; forward it to Glenn Beck please, and many other talking heads, we could have real fine discussions of all this on the tube and radio, to set the record straight about the vast differences in the histories recorded in the Bible and the Book of Mormon, and so, what would Jesus say about the Book of Mormon?  Do you think he likes being called the brother of Satan?  Someone needs to ask Beck, that would be a miracle, and how would he respond?  That would be must-see-tv.

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