Monday, December 22, 2008

James Dobson-A Christmas Fruitcake

You know, I've always thought James Dobson was a pretty goofy old dude. I mean that in the nicest way, of course. My wife and I have observed on more than one ocassion that the subject of his radio broadcast has turned more than once to pornography even when he was talking about something else. You're like "Where in the snot did that come from?" After seeing the article at this link, I'm pretty much done with him. Glen Beck, who is given exposure on the website which is maintained by Focus on the Family, is a mormon. Now, to say that Mormon's are Christians is about the most absurd thing you can say. They have a different god (their god used to be a man), a different jesus (their jesus was not god but was a created being), and a different gospel (you have to do good works to get to heaven). Further, the "angel" that revealed this stuff to Joseph Smith was called Moroni. Get it? Moroni. That has got to be Satan's idea of a practical joke. However, it's not funny but is sad. People that are members of that cult are lost and when they die they will go to hell. The fact that Dobson gave this clown some face time because he's a conservative politically tells me what Dobson is really about--and it ain't spreading the gospel.

Update: It appears James Dobson has taken that article down. Doesn't change the fact that you put it up in the first place, Jimbo. As far as I'm concerned, the fact that you put it up in the first place goes to show what you're really about.


Aussie John said...


Very true!

Lionel Woods said...

Hey as long as you vote Republican you are a Christian to these dudes! LOL!!!

Joe Blackmon said...

Aussie John

I am honored that you would visit my blog. Blessings to you and yours down under.

Joe Blackmon said...


All I can say is most of what James Dobson has to say would fall under the catagory of "garbage", wouldn't you agree?

See, here's the thing, I'm a conservative politically but while I don't agree with folks who are liberals on lots of issues I can respect their right to hold a different opinion than I do. According to Dobson, though, it seems as if the litmus test for whether you're a Christian is how you voted.