Internet Evangelist Bill Keller held the first meeting for his “9/11 Christian Center at Ground Zero” yesterday, slamming Glenn Beck, Imam Feisal Rauf, and … Ghandi? Keller wants to build a church near Ground Zero as a counterpoint to the proposed Islamic Community Center, which he has called "a spit in the face of the people of New York." Yesterday, he preached before 40-50 people at a Manhattan Marriott, decrying Beck as a dangerous Mormon "false prophet," Aol reports.
“When Glenn Beck says, ‘I believe in Jesus,’ the problem is, he doesn’t believe in the Jesus of the Bible,” Keller said. Beck “is leading people into a lie from hell, and their souls too. … That’s why he’s so dangerous.” He blasted Imam Feisal Rauf for the same reason—because he preaches a religion other than Christianity, and only Christianity, in his mind, gets you into heaven. Brandishing the bible he cried, "Ghandi's in hell, according to this book."