It’s wingnut on wingnut crime time again, kids. In this corner, we have self-declared prophet Glenn Beck, master of the chalkboard and of unintentionally hilarious fits of melodrama. And in the other corner, we have Bradlee Dean, drummer for a shitty Christian rap-rock band, radio show host and the undisputed king of the velour tracksuit who thinks Muslims are more moral than Christians because they kill gay people like the Bible says. Dean isn’t happy with Beck being all gloomy:
Just this week, I was sitting with an individual as he said that there seems to be a lot of fear going on in this country – fear that is fed to the American people by those who should know better. “Just ask Glenn Beck,” he said. He went on to say that Beck said “America is over with.”
I started to laugh and said, “It was a good thing that our forefathers didn’t talk and act that way (James 2:14-26). You should probably check out what Glenn Beck premises his talking points on, and that would explain Glenn Beck.”
How little Beck’s consequence-fearing god must be! Apparently, Glenn Beck has forgotten that Americans have become complicit in eating the fruit of his immoral, defeatist message. Mr. Beck seems to promote in many ways what God clearly condemns. America, we are in Christ to overcome, not succumb (Psalm 2).
What is Beck feeding on, this self-proclaimed teacher of faith who has no faith? He claims to be a believer, but does not believe! How does that work? As you can see, it does not!
Personally, If I were to listen to the word of man (Romans 3:4), I would have never stepped into the public arena to combat the immoralities (1 John 3:4) in American culture (Psalm 18:29). It was in the spiritual warfare that I have proved the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Psalm 119:100; Acts 3:13).
Okay, the way Bradlee Dean writes absolutely cracks me up. He writes like Jack Van Impe speaks, continually throwing out Bible verses that have little if anything to do with what he’s saying. And true to form, Dean uses yet another fake founding father quote:
“He who shall introduce into public affairs the principles of primitive Christianity will change the face of the world.”
– Benjamin Franklin