Thursday, April 12, 2012

Glenn Beck's Deceptions and The Black Robe Regiment

First two videos obtained from Fanatic for Jesus.

Glenn Beck is at it again, helping to deceive to call people up for the cause of Dominionism. Absolutely disgusting. They know the "memes", the lingo to get people riled up for a cause with freedom being one of the most abused words in the universe when you know they want nothing but that. If you watch the video from below, what he says here about the civil rights movement, ties into his earlier words.

Remember Robison is the one who told us The Lord wanted Protestants and Catholics to unite?

From Fanatic for Jesus: "Today, Beck recounted the first meeting he organized several years ago where he gathered together some thirty Religious Right leaders to tell them that God was calling them all to stand together in order to save this nation. That meeting eventually gave rise to the Black Robe Regiment and Beck's "Restoring Honor" rally on the National Mall, as Beck began to implore the leaders to come together and take a stand, just as Martin Luther King had done ... non-politically, of course:[1]"

Watch out for the black robe regiment, ever since I found out Chuck Baldwin was involved in a group by this name, I was done with him. The strains of Dominionism alone were enough to depart from him as a columnist to recommend. 

By Pastor Chuck Baldwin
September 18, 2007
I am pleased to announce that our initial "Black Regiment" directory is now online. We received more than 800 responses to my initial appeal back in July [Read]. Obviously, we had to sift through all these recommendations and also contact each one individually in order to obtain their consent to be listed. The initial list is now up and can be seen here.

Chuck Baldwin's website and List of Black Robe Regiment members. 

Is the Black Robe Regiment that Glenn Beck praises here, and the organization Chuck Baldwin mentions above, one and the same?

I would like to know.

I found this Black Robe Regiment website, that has David Barton of Wallbuilders on it.

That it is very strange cross, it seems to have Knights of Malta looking cross in the middle of it. The marker of the crossed swords forming an "X" are hidden by the shield but still there.

Just so you know, the Black Robe Regiment above supports the ecumenical Catholic MANHATTAN DECLARATION.

Interesting how they support having their PATRIOTIC PASTORS sign up with Rome. That ALONE makes them compromised!

Read my article: "False Culture Wars and the Manhattan Declaration"

Here is their other website, I got there clicking on the blue colored link where it says in the picture above the Manhattan Declaration one, to "visit the black robe regiment". There are pictures of David Barton there.

According to news items it seems that Glenn Beck with David Barton came up with this group:

What we know about Beck's Black Robe Regiment
August 30, 2010 5:29 pm ET by Fae Jencks
This weekend, Glenn Beck announced the re-creation of a revolutionary force called the Black Robe Regiment. At his Restoring Honor rally on Saturday, Beck claimed that "our churches have fallen asleep" and that the "thousands of clergy" in the Regiment who subscribe to his particular views on the role of religion in American life, will "start the heart of this nation again and put it where it belongs: our heart with God."

On his radio show this morning, Beck delved into a little more detail about how the group was formed and who, exactly, some of these members of the Regiment are.

Apparently, the idea began with Beck's favorite historian, David Barton. When Beck told Barton he wanted to "get religious leaders together," Barton suggested forming a Black Robe Regiment -- named after what Barton had said was a group of preachers who supported the American Revolution from their pulpits. Beck decided that was "exactly" what he was looking for because it was a movement supposedly like his that was "not about politics."

Chuck Baldwin's articles are posted on the Black Robe Regiment website, that David Barton is pictured on. I still do not know if his group is the same group as the David Barton and Glenn Beck sponsored one but they do share the same name.

This article was interesting outlining what a Black Robe Regiment pastor was supposed to be about..

Dr. Chuck Baldwin's 10 Qualifications for a Black Regiment Pastor
Posted by BR Parson /Admin on July 20, 2011 at 12:02pm in Town Hall
View Discussions

"In order to qualify as a Black Regiment pastor, the following criteria should be met:

"1. He is a Bible believer: he believes the Bible is God's holy and authoritative Word.[no arguments there]

2. He is the head of his own home, having his wife and children in subjection to his authority. No henpecked men here. [partriachy movement strain]

3. He is the spiritual leader and shepherd of his local congregation, not a committee-controlled man. [error of the  Nicolaitans]

4. He is a strong proponent of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights. [How come none of these guys spoke out against NDAA? Well if they did tell me]

5. He understands the necessity and integrity of sovereign national borders. And, to the degree that he understands it, has publicly spoken out against amnesty for illegal aliens and the burgeoning North American Union. [As far as David Barton's group then why sign the one world unity Manhattan declaration?]

6. He understands freedom of speech and believes that a preacher is a spokesman for God (not the State) and has publicly decried so-called "hate crimes" legislation that would prohibit preachers from preaching Biblical truth regarding homosexuality. [culture wars stuff]

7. He has publicly promoted the sanctity of life by preaching and protesting against abortion.

8. He has publicly repudiated the unconstitutional policies of recent presidential administrations in their promotion of the USA Patriot Act, warrantless wiretaps and eavesdropping, and the deceptive manner in which they led America into an undeclared, unprovoked, and preemptive war against Iraq.

9. He has publicly resisted "Seeker-Friendly," and "Purpose-Driven," and "Emerging Church" church growth movements.

10. He believes the church has a responsibility to be the salt and light of the world. That is, that we are to win souls to Christ, and resist Satan in whatever form (spiritual, social, political, cultural, etc.) he reveals himself.
Too bad there is no warnings about Rome in there, the right-left deception,. or joining with Babylon or the POLITICS OF DECEIT. Also you will see the false "America as a Christian nation" history promoted.

Many of the lesser-known people signing up with this group may mean well, and I hold agreement with some of the above, against Patriot Act, stands against abortion, but if they are deceived by the religious right and in the case of David Barton's group deceived by Glenn Beck who just paid a visit to the Vatican, then they are just being led just down another false road.

The errors of Dominionism are growing.


Bible Believer said...

News4themasses posted on Glenn Beck's latest too in relation to Mitt Romney and more.

Wanted to recommend that article as well.

Mitt Romney is a Republican Obama. Basically no difference.

He even ran an early form of "Obamacare" in his home state of Massachusetts.

Interesting to see Robertson jump on the Romney bandwagon too, though not surprised.

Bible Believer said...
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Bible Believer said...

Ok it looks like Chuck Baldwin's group and David Barton's is hooked together well as far as internet links go.....

I went to this link

and then clicked on where it says "REGIMENT CLERGY"

and it took me to Chuck Baldwin's website

coz said...

America seems to be moving relentlessly toward a 'Handmaid's Tale' type of world. Once they establish a fake theocracy with women relegated to breeding chattels, they'll dispense with the
pseudo-christian trappings and it will simply be satan's woman-hating plan come to fruition. Romney would probably be a key player.

Bible Believer said...

I agree with you about the Handmaid's Tale. I was going to do a post soon comparing the Handmaiden's Tale and the Dominionism/Theocracy and Patriarchy movement. Even if that book was used to sell abortion and some evil liberal agendas showing an "opposite" extreme society, it's scary when these folks seem to match in so many agendas. Basically what you are seeing with the false Dominionism Christians, and I'll write it there, too is a version of the Taliban and extreme Islam where women are treated as chattel only valued for breeding no longer considered equal human beings. This is what they want complete control and power. Satanists hate women, if someone studies *heavy* topics of "conspiracy" and some of my readers here have, one learns fast how hated women [well humanity in general] are by the upper echelons of Satan's servants.

For those who do not know what book we are talking about here it is...'s_Tale

"Taking advantage of electronic banking, they were quickly able to freeze the assets of all women and other "undesirables" in the country, stripping them of their rights. The new theocratic military dictatorship, styled "The Republic of Gilead", moved quickly to consolidate its power and reorganize society along a new militarized, hierarchical, compulsorily Christian regime of Old Testament-inspired social and religious orthodoxy among its newly created social classes. In this society, almost all women are forbidden to read."

coz said...

Great idea, yeah do a piece if you like, that would also play into the 'Chrislamist' thing too. All roads, homo-supremacist, mormon, islam, all seem to lead to a polygamous woman-hating phony theocracy - a phallic cult.

coz said...

...and if you're gonna do a piece on it, I think there's some kind of role play S & M group who style themselves as 'Gileadists' or somesuch thing. There's a level at which this 'man good - woman baaad' stuff is sadomasochistic, you get it in 'christians' too. Fetish, always a characteristic of pagans.

Just for the record, I'm a woman.

Bible Believer said...

I try to keep this board rated "G" or at least "PG"but yeah there is some weird stuff out there. I've seen something with "discipline" in the name which is really more fetishism they try to pass off as "Christian" in some fallen away circles.

Bible Believer said...

Yes it does play into the Chrislam thing too. I wonder how many signers of the Manhattan Declaration signed the Muslims and Christians Together or the Common Word? They seem to be taking tips from the extreme Muslims on how to treat women.

coz said...

Sure, but we are living through the neo-Sodom and Gomorrah thing, so it's part, or to them, a the major thing about paganism, they are always sex/fertility cults.

PS I'm aware that Christians rarely agree. I'm the same coz that posts at Ranty's, that's how I found your site. Clicked on your user name. It's a good blog you got here.

news4themasses said...

Beck is sheer mad! His a crazed lunatic, or simply deceived beyond all recognition. He said he held a picture of MLK up and basically compared himself and those who were "mesmerized" by him! Sheer lunacy. Well, if you think of it, MLK was highly ecumenical and he was "chosen" to be the poster child for the Civil Rights movement. I've done some reading on his journey to fame and it's truly sad, he was hand picked, just as Glenn Beck is, and Romney --and Obama. We've had our first half black half white, American Born, Indonesia raised, closet atheist president, now time for a Mormon. Hey what could go wrong?

Bible Believer said...

Yes MLK was hand picked too. One interesting book to read about his connections is Cathy Burn's "Billy Graham and Friends" especially the Communist ones.

"Plagiarizing a homily given by Henry Emerson Fosdick (Fosdick denied the Virgin Birth and Atonement of Christ, p. 11 of Dr. Burns book), a Protestant minister, King gave his first sermon in 1947, according to Michael Hoffman, a King sympathizer. Only 49% of Kings sentences, for his Ph.D. dissertation, contain five or more words that were King's own (Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. official publication of King's estate and writings). [1] Hired Communists (Jack O'Dell, Bayard Rustin) for his numerous organizations. King admitted to Dr. James Cone, Father of Black Theology fame, he was a Marxist. [2] Former King secretary, Rev. Uriah J. Fields, stated, "King helps to advance Communism. He is surrounded with Communists. This is the major reason I severed my relationship with him during the fifties." [3] Advocate of eugenicist Margaret Sanger's Planned Parenthood, King wrote an article for Planned Parenthood entitled, "Family Planning: A Special and Urgent Concern." [4] King was bisexual and adulterous. He was also "bestial" in his relations with women, according to surveillance done by Charles Brennan former Assistant Director of the F.B.I. [5]"

"Denied Christ's Virgin birth
Denied Christ's Resurrection
Denied Christ's deity
Denied hell [11]"

Bible Believer said...

Beck I believe is a knowing deceiver. Too good at fooling the masses and using propaganda to do it.

Romney is another "hand-picked" candidate? Do you think Americans beaten up by the economy would be lining up to really vote for the guy who is essentially the Republican Obama?

One thing about Mormonism, it is basically Freemasonry under a new form. if one reads the Temple rituals of Mormonism exposed on various websites, there are so many parallels with Freemasonry it's not funny.

coz said...

You can vote as much as you want. but the flight plan doesn't change.

Bible Believer said...

I totally agree coz.

Bible Believer said...

Bible Believer said...


Think about the networks" I have warned of, why on earth would a fundamentalist baptist pastor, praise a CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF MALTA? Just because he happens to be 'conservative"? Politics of deceit. Also too he praises the FOUNDER and LEADER of VISION FORUM.

From the article above...

"Therefore, without giving a ranking to each name, I would like to offer my list of "50 Americans I Wish Were The Most Influential." I can tell readers this: If these people were America's most influential leaders (Christian or otherwise), our country would not be in the shape it is in today. And that is a fact. Anyway, here goes.

David Alan Black, Derry Brownfield, Tom DeWeese, John Eidsmoe, Ezola Foster, Rick Jore, Alan Keyes, Stanley Monteith, Roy S. Moore, Ron Paul, Doug Phillips, Howard Phillips, Larry Pratt, Charley Reese, Paul Craig Roberts, John Stormer, Herb Titus, Ed Vieira, Paul Walter, Darrell White, Pat Buchanan, Jim Clymer, Ray Moore, Tom Parker, Phyllis Schlafly, William Shearer, Joe Sobran, Bob Barr, Joseph Farah, George Putnam, Jeromi Corsi, Jesse Lee Peterson, Tom Tancredo, Duncan Hunter, Ron Maxwell, Bob Dill, Devvy Kidd, Mary Starrett, Frank Fluckiger, Michael Peroutka, Randy Stufflebeam, Fob James, Jr., Tom Ambrose, John Hostettler, Jack McLain, Gene Howard, Greg Dixon, Don Boys, Thom Holmes, and Tony Romo."

Anonymous said...

I've had reservations about Baldwin for some time. His list of admired people is a joke. Whatever happened to God's Word and the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Guess that is supposed to stay in the walls of the church and then go to broken cisterns for worldly solutions.

Men like Baldwin, John Hagee and others wolves posing as shepherds who have joined hands with Barton and Beck have been instrumental in peddling this poisonous potion to Christians who have largely downed it and are under the spell.

Our only hope is still in Jesus Christ and His plan for this world. The question that those who are still sober are asking themselves is just how to be in the world but not of it without going to live in a lead mine.

Bible Believer said...

I liked Baldwin for a long time myself. He does speak out against some things, that are TRUE. Even recently he did speak out against the NDAA

But then I find myself thinking if you are against that, why promote some of the whos who elite among the religious right including CNP [Stanley Monteith] and Knights of Malta members?

I questioned Baldwin when he left his church and went to Montana, and talked about fighting the fight up there. I thought what about the people you are leaving behind? The political order seemed everything to him. He ran for prez in 2008.

This is NOT a Christian board, but they posted other things on Baldwin today.

To be fair, One thing Baldwin has warned about Beck, recently found this article...

But why do their pastor organizations at the very least SHARE THE SAME names?

And then there is that list of who he did support.

Then there is this..

"The Passion Of The Christ" Is A Must See Film!
by Chuck Baldwin
March 9, 2004


Bible Believer said...

"The question that those who are still sober are asking themselves is just how to be in the world but not of it without going to live in a lead mine."

I know, this is a question I am living with. I have been out of the institutional churches now for some years now. It is getting tough out there. What is sad is the well-meaning people these types are deceiving. I wrote the politics of deceit thread thinking about Baldwin and some time on a political board.

It's a tragedy. I have to admit, my view of the IFB world is changing, while there are some lower level folks who are true and sincere, the politics and connections, are pretty awful on the top.

For those who claim this new wannabe theocratic political order is Christian with all the Vision Forum, patriarchy stuff attached, no it is not. it is a recycled cult of mithras, it is Roman Church militant garbage having infiltrated the Christian fundamentalist circles!

Prophecies of Revelation said...

I have a few things to say about this "Black Robe Regiment" thing. One, has anyone checked out the middle art on this logo? I am questioning it because I suspect illuminati/occult symbolism somewhere here.

Second, WHY would any Christian want to be part of something called a "BLACK ROBE"? The bible associates black with satan (Revelation 6:5). Every verse we read about Jesus or his angels they are dressed in WHITE.

Thirdly, Glenn Beck has made it as far as he has in politics because he is a mormon which is a cult. The same with Rush Limbaugh...he is a globalist. My point being, as long as these people are compromising and working for the new world order they are allowed to continue to speak. Otherwise, the illuminati shuts them up in one way or another!

There is something not right with David Barton either but I am not quite sure what it was about.

I know someone who has joined the Black Robe Regiment in Tennessee. His name is not on that list posted here (from another link) but he is clearly part of that organization. I also know for a fact that this same person is connected with the illuminati.

We are living in the last hour, I believe. The bible talks about all these deceivers, false teachers and false prophets and this is what we are seeing. Almost no one can be trusted. Satan has his people in the church masquerading as Christians and people who are not reading their bibles or leaning on God for wisdom and discernment are being led down a very dark road.

Bible Believer said...

Hi Prophecies, welcome to the blog.

You are right about the middle art on the logo, the crossed "x" behind the square does mean something. The "x' mark is used occultically. I don't even trust websites where they show the crossed swords over a Bible forming an X.

To me, it is definitely a MARKED logo.

I agree too about your point about why would any Christian want to be part of something with black robes.

Actually if one even studies the issue of why Catholic priests wear black, [away from their vestments] it is an interesting point you have made. Why do they want to wear black like Catholic priests and Jesuits?

I believe Glenn Beck definitely is part of the new world order and a knowing deceiver. The Mormonism is just one facet of him but yes it definitely is a cult. One that basically is enhanced freemasonry.

Did you see my article on Glenn Beck visiting the Vatican?

David Barton, I consider a false teacher, teaching false Dominionism deceptions and lies about American history. So yes you are right to stay away from him too.

That is too bad about that one person you know joining and being with the Illumanati. I am not surprised.

Agree with you about today's false teachers, and the deceivers. I agree that almost no one can be trusted. Those who are not listening to God first are definitely being led down very dark paths.