Glenn Beck delivers commencement address to an evangelical Christian University

by | May 17, 2010

Mormons We Know

“I look at the things that are facing you today: the worst economy in generations, the euro on the road to collapse, we’re spending ourselves into oblivion…” he said. “We live in a time where you must have great courage; you must have great faith. We live in a time where it seems truth is on the run.”

These words are part of the speech Beck gave on Saturday. Words to live by, I believe.

Liberty University, the largest Christian Evangelical University in the world, located in Lynchburg, Virginia, gave Glenn Beck an honorary doctorate in humanities and scientists.

Beck delivered the commencement speech to 8,000 graduates, which included an audience of more than 20,000 family members and friends, on Saturday.

A Mormon, a recovering alcoholic, and a man who claims to be just like us, Glenn Beck is passionate about many things, and he is not afraid to show his emotions publicly. Unfortunately, that is what the media goes after every time he chokes up or gets emotional about a particular subject.

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