Let The Record Show That On January 16, 2012, The Good People Of South Carolina Booed The Golden Rule
GOP's "Hypnosis" - Guilt By Association Is Thier Main Measure Of Guilt For Discrimination
GOP's "Hypnosis" - Using Authority & Fear To Frame REAL Muslims
O'Reilly declares... "Andre is not Christian as you don't kill in that faith"
Yet... from Andre: "Considering the fact that my martyrdom operation draws ever closer I decided to bring one to enjoy with my extended family at our annual Christmas party in December." (i.e. Who gave Bill O Reilly Supreme Leader authority over GOP Christianity?)
"Augustine Gave the policy of persecution his personal approval, supplied theological justification, concern heresy and schism rather that paganism. We ought to be careful about those converted through the sword, those who accepted Christianity for political or social advantage. Scarcely ever is Jesus thought for His own sake."
Note: Accusing someone of heresy means death in the old world, if believed. Augustine condemned a whole sect, i.e. he authorized genocide.
AND From Bill O'Reilly's Fellow Conservative & Often An Ally, Glenn Beck...
CIA analyst Michael Scheuer nonchalantly proposes the needless slaughter of Americans to further his national security plan on "Glenn Beck." (02:49):
Who is this conservative fellow named "Glenn Beck"? He's something called a "Mormon". Mormons are often seen as "Christians" but they are about as Christian as being a Muslim is being a Christian i.e. Jesus is seen as a Prophet by the Muslims & is mentioned more times than Mohammed (P.B.U.H) in the Quran. In other words, simply saying you believe in Jesus doesn't make you a Christian. This is what Mormons believe they can do with your soul:
Was Anne Frank baptized by Mormons? The allegations come just a week after The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints apologized when it was brought to light that the parents of Holocaust survivor and Jewish rights advocate Simon Wiesenthal were posthumously baptized by church members at temples in Arizona and Utah in late January.
Researcher Helen Radkey, a former Mormon who revealed the Wiesenthal baptisms, said this week she found Frank's name in proxy baptism records dated Feb. 18, showing the ritual was performed in the Santo Domingo Temple in the Dominican Republic.
The Mormon church almost immediately issued a statement, though it didn't mention Frank by name.
"The Church keeps its word and is absolutely firm in its commitment to not accept the names of Holocaust victims for proxy baptism," the Salt Lake City-based church said. "It is distressing when an individual willfully violates the Church's policy and something that should be understood to be an offering based on love and respect becomes a source of contention."
Church officials did not return telephone calls and emails from The Associated Press on Thursday. A spokeswoman for the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam declined comment.
Why Do Mormons Baptize Dead People (like Anne Frank) by Proxy? Last week, an official representative of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints -- also known as the Mormon church -- apologized for the proxy baptism of the parents of the late Simon Wiesenthal, a Jewish Holocaust survivor. The baptism was conducted by proxy inside of a Mormon temple, which is the only place that ordinances for the dead are allowed to be performed.
Church spokesman Michael Purdy called it "inappropriate" that Wiesenthal's parents' names were submitted for baptism, and explained that the church's policy is that people can only submit the names of their own ancestors. Just last Saturday, though, according to Andrea Stone of the Huffington Post, Anne Frank (of "The Diary of Anne Frank," the memoirs of a Jewish girl who was killed during the Holocaust) was baptized by proxy inside of a Mormon temple in the Dominican Republic. And according to ex-Mormon whistleblower Helen Radkey, this is at least the 10th time that Mormons have baptized Frank, despite a 1995 agreement in which the church agreed to stop the posthumous baptism of Jews except for direct ancestors.
Frank isn't alone. According to Slate's Forrest Wickman, Mormons have repeatedly disregarded their Church's directive not to baptize Holocaust survivors posthumously. And a 19th-century Mormon prophet, Wilford Woodruff, was personally baptized for the signers of the Declaration of Independence "and fifty other eminent men," as recounted in a widely circulated talk by 20th-century prophet Ezra Benson.
Can Glenn Becks Theories Be Trusted For Accuracy? No. Consider His Beliefs...
Glenn Beck's "Hypnosis" Part 6 - Building Fear To Get Blind Obedience For Mind Control
Glenn Beck's "Hypnosis" Part 7 - Ascribing Everything Bad To Progressives
Is this in anyway Christian? No. BTW, Did you know that Mormons are still led by Prophets:
It is well known that The Prophets still exist amougnst the Mormons:
From The BBC - Living prophets? Mormons believe in living prophets - human beings who are prophets of God in the same way as Abraham, Moses, Isaiah, and the Apostles.
They point out that Christ himself said that he would send prophets after him.
A modern prophet The President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at any given time, is a prophet.
The 16th President of the Church is Thomas S. Monson (1927- ) who became President in February 2008.
Continuous revelation Although the essential truths of God do not change, they do need to be adapted to suit the particular context in which they are being applied. Because there are living prophets, God is able to ensure that people get the teachings they need to follow his wil
Could Bill O Reilly be a new convert (notice that his flock never questions him which is the sign of a cult... could he be using Mormon tactics secretly?), maybe by Glenn Beck who could very well be a Prophet in his - mostly hidden - faith? Or Was it Mitt Romney that converted him to the Mormon faith? It is well known Mormons hate gays. It's in the Book of Leviticus with other stuff like 'don't eat pork' and 'don't put on tattoos'... while Jesus says 'Love your neighbor'... in other words, even Bill O Reilly's views - till just recently, when elections made it necessary - have been anti-gay in a way that could very well be Mormon in nature. Either that or he's a hypocrite... or a very very outdated and weird man. Consider what he must believe to support the Book of Leviticus over the Gospels.
From Deuteronomy: “If a man happens to meet a virgin who is not pledged to be married and rapes her and they are discovered, he shall pay the girl’s father fifty shekels of silver. He must marry the girl, for he has violated her. He can never divorce her as long as he lives”(Deuteronomy 22:28–29).
Notice the "Definitions of marriage in Deuteronomy (An Old Testament Book)"...
They just prepare one statement rather than speak the truth (political equivalent of pleading the fifth - warning 18 minute video... and very disturbing for women & liberals):