From Israel to Texas. That's where Glenn Beck took his message of standing with Israel last week. And he wrapped it up with a rousing speech in Dallas (Arlington, to be specific) to the congregation of High Point Church on Sunday.
The church hosted a special "With Israel We Stand" event featuring Beck and prominent Christian historian David Barton. For Beck, it gave him a chance to discuss his mission of reclaiming the human rights movement -- a movement he believes has been hijacked by activists who have an anti-Israel agenda.
Beck opened by talking about how there can be no rights without responsibilities, and used his personal faith journey as an example:
He ended his talk by calling for a new human rights movement, one based on personal responsibility that ends the "lies" and that replaces the "parody" that is the current movement.
"We must understand that you cannot have human rights movement without a human responsibility movement," he declared:
For the full audio of Beck's speech, visit the podcast section of the High Point Church website.
You can read and print off the Declaration of Rights & Responsibilities mentioned in the speech here.