He mostly talks about God, but never mentions Jesus once. Many times, he specifically tells listeners to go to their churches, synagogues, or mosques. That’s right, the word “mosque” was used many times.
Glenn Beck is preaching some non-existent religion which I would call nondenominational monotheism. How exactly is this different than unitarian universalism? Only that the former is conservative and the latter is liberal. And unitarian universalism is more accepting of non-monotheistic religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism, while Beck tells us we must believe in a single God.
Universalists believe that all religions reveal some universal Truth, but nondenominational monotheists believe that only monotheistic religions contain the Truth about a single God we should worship, while other religions are just plain wrong.
Nondenominational monotheism is for the Proletariat, while unitarian universalism is for the Bourgeoisie.
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Glenn Beck also believes that God takes sides, and that America is His chosen nation. This is the traditional role of religion, to give people the belief that they’re a member of the correct team. In contrast, Unitarian universalism doesn’t make people feel good about themselves because it tells people that a Buddhist in China is just as good as you or I. How is that supposed to raise my self-esteem?