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Tonight, Glenn Beck will be doing a special episode on the Mormon faith, a show that he admits he has "not wanted to do." Nevertheless, the radio and television host is tired of seeing the religion being misrepresented in media. So, he'll be taking viewer questions in an effort to help Americans better understand central underpinnings and attributes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
"I'm tired of watching the press go to people who have never been at a Mormon temple, don't have any idea what it is -- they're not members of the faith, or they're disgruntled members of the faith," Beck said on his radio show Thursday. "And for them to go off and tell people complete and total lies, fabrications or half-truths."
The popular host also expressed his frustration with "people mocking things" that they don't quite understand. When it comes to faith, regardless of whether one agrees with a particular viewpoint, Beck called it offensive to poke fun at religion.
"Tolerance comes from understanding first and tonight I'm just taking your questions," he told listeners, going on to say that this will be a one time special (Blaze readers who have interest in submitting questions can do so by e-mailing them to mormon101 (at) theblaze.com -- but be sure to use the "@" sign).
Watch Beck tease tonight's show, below: