In my opinion Christians are accepting the media version of Christianity which, at best is a "generically theistic civil religion, and at worst, some partisan political movement..."
How can people know what the Gospel is actually about when we let political figure heads stand up and be "our voice"?
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Answer by urkiddingright at 12:35 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
Should Glen Beck speak for Christians?
As much as any one person can speak for any large group of people. Like Obama speaking for Democrats or Bush speaking for Republicans. Maybe even like the dog whisperer speaking for dog owners. Why are we all so quick to subscribe to the thought that if you slightly agree on any issue that you are somehow all of a sudden a follower? I don't know any reason why he shouldn't speak for Christians seeing as how he claims to be one, but you are welcome to take it or leave it as you see fit.
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