Thursday, September 9, 2010

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Some perspective on Glenn Beck

Douglas Wilson is concerned that we not trade the gospel for a fake one. Here is a quote from his post:
"Because Beck is a Mormon, all his appeals to "God" will of necessity be appeals to a place-holder god, a thin, generic god, the god on our money. But the god of American civil religion is not a god who speaks. He has no opinions, no laws, no revelation. He has no son, and he sent no mediator. He can be safely appealed to by all parties, or blithely ignored by any party."
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