Glenn’s must read: Sacred Fire


George Washington’s Sacred Fire

By Peter A. Lillback

GLENN: Well, our churches are becoming the church of England again. I’m going to play a piece. Can you see if you can find the part of the NRA speech where I talked about churches at the NRA speech. Not only did I talk about it at Liberty University, the difference between social justice and equal justice but also at the NRA. Our churches stand for nothing, many of them. I’m begging preachers, you are about to lose religious freedom. You must go out — America, I want you to buy this book today. This is George Washington’s Sacred Fire. I got it last week. It’s by Peter A. Lillback. I think it’s been out for, since 2006. Sacred Fire. Go out and buy this book today. Get on Amazon and buy it today. Sacred Fire. You will understand the relationship of God and our founders. This guy and the co writer, Jerry Newcombe, what this is is they said all of these scholars, all these books, "Oh, they’re just atheists, they’re deists, they’re this, they’re there. They went back and said, really? What did the author say? He couldn’t find this in any of his words. Here’s 1500 times they said these words. It is such a clear distilled picture of the faith of George Washington.

PAT: What’s your deal with Jerry on the kickbacks of promoting these books so much?

STU: It’s got to be something.

GLENN: I mean, clearly you’ve got stake in this book.

GLENN: I don’t know.

PAT: Clearly they are funneling money to you for mentioning on the air.

GLENN: No, I don’t. I wish I did.

STU: Amazon sales rank here, it’s currently at 479,955. I wonder if it will move up.

PAT: I wonder.

GLENN: I’m telling you, I mean

PAT: And I wonder how much money you’ll benefit from that.

GLENN: I will tell you that I have recommended books before, and I don’t ever talk about books and tell you to go out and buy them unless I really, really like them. I’m telling you every American should own this book. I’m going to talk about it a little bit tonight on TV.

PAT: It looks meaty. It’s meaty, isn’t it?

STU: Looks like a bathroom reader.

GLENN: But wait a minute. All of this stuff is footnotes. Like all of this, that’s all footnotes.

PAT: Wow. We were talking about the 25 pages in Arguing. That has — that must be 100.

GLENN: 100 pages of footnotes at least. It is fantastic. But listen. Obama is coming into our churches and they are partnering. The government is creating a partnership between the government and religious institutions as a means — I’m quoting — as a means of spreading the administration’s environmental warnings rather than a way to help churches feed the hungry and clothe the poor. Faith based organization, the report notes, can take, quote, a prominent leadership role in influencing policy, education, and action. The council, the religious council hopes the new EPA faith — EPA faith office. Why not? Global warming is a religion! It’s appropriate. — will also help churches and other nonprofits improve access to financing.

Do you hear this? Will help churches and other nonprofits improve access to financing. What did I tell you how many years ago, that once they control the banks. This is before anything collapsed. Once they control the banks, they will squash you unless you play ball with them. Please, please call your priest, call your pastor. They must begin to talk about individual rights. I’m not talking about policies. I’m talking about what sets America apart. And if they don’t know, read Sacred Fire. Read the 5,000 Year Leap. Go to wallbuilders.com. More on this coming, but it is the need is urgent. Urgent.