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SATURDAY, OCT 20, 2012  |  16 comments
Fox News’ Brit Hume Discusses His Christian Faith & ‘Seeing the Face of God’ After His Son’s Tragic Suicide

Fox News’ Brit Hume is known for his pointed and robust political analysis. But in a recent interview with CBN News chief political correspondent David Brody, the well-known journalist and commentator also spoke candidly about his Christian faith and the pain surrounding his son’s 1998 suicide.

Hume told Brody that, throughout his adult life, he gave very little thought to God and his faith. But the untimely death of his son caused that to change radically. Looking back on the painful period in his life, the Fox News analyst said that he quickly realized that many of the events that happened could only be explained as being God-ordained.

“When my son died in 1998, you know, when something shattering like that happens, I think it’s likely to be moment or can well be a moment where you find out what you really believe, and as horrible as that was, and it was bad, and it was heartbreaking and it ...


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News Item10/23/12 6:58 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
CE wrote:
Mr.Yurich USA,
But The LORD JESUS CHRIST says,
God is a Spirit; and they that worship Him
MUST worship Him in spirit and TRUTH.
John 4:24.
It's not about us and how we feel and how we want to do it. Remember Aaron's sons
And what happened when they did it their way and not the way the Lord God commanded.Think on these things!
But when everybody stands before Jesus after they pass away He will not look at what church one attended in determining who will gain entrance into Heaven. He will only look at if one had embraced Him as their Savior and Lord. So if church membership is not going to be used by Jesus in determining who will gain entrance into Heaven after one passes away then it stands to reason that the church that one who is Born Again attends is totally superfluous as long as the church worships Jesus as God and believes that God is a Holy Trinity.
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News Item10/22/12 11:25 PM
XCath  Find all comments by XCath
"And yes or no? When everybody stands before Jesus will He look at the church that one attended in determining who will enter Heaven?"

No. He will look at The Church and judge it - that is, those people who enabled it to pretend it was 'the bride'.

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News Item10/22/12 10:54 PM
CE | USA  Find all comments by CE
Mr.Yurich USA,
But The LORD JESUS CHRIST says,
God is a Spirit; and they that worship Him
MUST worship Him in spirit and TRUTH.
John 4:24.
It's not about us and how we feel and how we want to do it. Remember Aaron's sons
And what happened when they did it their way and not the way the Lord God commanded.Think on these things!
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News Item10/22/12 7:00 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Frank wrote:
I was raised Catholic so I understand their cult very well. I can't imagine attending any so-called worship service where some sinner conjures up the literal body and blood of Christ and then eats Him. And they crucify Him over and over again. Shame on them and shame on John Y for even suggesting that Christians will knowingly and willingly worship alongside the false Christians.
The definition of a Cult according to the late D. James Kennedy Presbyterian Minister from Fort Lauderdale, Florida is a religious organization that denies the doctrines of the Deity of Jesus and the Holy Trinity. Come on now the Catholic doctrine of Transubstantiation is totally false. I accept the Lutheran doctrine of Holy Communion instead. If someone who is Born Again attends the Catholic Church and they reject and repudiate the unscriptural RCC doctrines, adhere only to the scriptural RCC doctrines, don't pay attention to the unscriptural parts to the Mass and only participate in the scriptural parts to the Mass then they are worshiping Jesus in truth. And yes or no? When everybody stands before Jesus will He look at the church that one attended in determining who will enter Heaven?
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News Item10/22/12 2:45 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Dorcas wrote:
Franks response to John Y USA.
AMEN!!
Thanks Dorcas; I have a feeling that you and I use the word amen the same way; we approve of something because God approves of it. I was raised Catholic so I understand their cult very well. I can't imagine attending any so-called worship service where some sinner conjures up the literal body and blood of Christ and then eats Him. And they crucify Him over and over again. Shame on them and shame on John Y for even suggesting that Christians will knowingly and willingly worship alongside the false Christians.

Anyway, thanks for your "meaningful" short comment and I will say with you. "amen" and thank You Lord for showing me this truth.

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News Item10/22/12 6:10 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Frank, Of course Obama is not really Born Again because he supports abortion, homosexuality and every other perversion under the sun. And can't you guys comprehend that when everybody stands before Jesus after they pass away that He will not look at the church that one attended in determining who will enter Heaven? Jesus will only look at if one had embraced Him as their Personal Lord and Savior in determining who will enter Heaven. But you guys seem to believe that there are two requirements for gaining entrance into Heaven namely embrace Jesus as ones Personal Lord and Savior and attend a Fundamentalist Protestant Church. If someone who embraced Jesus as their Lord and Savior attends the Catholic, Eastern Orthodox or Mainline Protestant Churches and they reject and repudiate the unscriptural doctrines, adhere only to the scriptural doctrines and only participate in the scriptural parts of the worship service then they are avoiding works of darkness. And thus they are just as saved as one who attends a Fundamentalist Protestant Church.
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News Item10/21/12 1:52 PM
Dorcas | America  Find all comments by Dorcas
Franks response to John Y USA.
AMEN!!
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News Item10/21/12 12:26 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John Yurich USA wrote:
I believe a Fundamentalist is anybody who believes that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Personal Lord and Savior. A Lutheran, Episcopalian, Catholic, Methodist can be a Fundamentalist if they believe that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Personal Lord and Savior. I am a Catholic who is also a Fundamentalist since I believe that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as Personal Lord and Savior.
I have heard Obama say that he was born again and that Jesus was his Lord and Savior. "Among other things", a fundamentalist is not someone who gives mental assent to Christ, but someone who has been born again from above and he/she will come out from Catholicism and any other denominations that are known for their heresies. The will desire to have no Christian fellowship with the works of darkness. Being a Christian should be primarily thought of as having a relationship with Jesus, the Lord and Savior. If He says to those who call Him Lord Lord, depart from me I never knew you; then He means there was no relationship. The word "knew" is a very intimate term.

I won't respond to you if you respond to this, but once again, I want to thank you for your correction.

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News Item10/21/12 7:02 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Frank wrote:
Well, you could be correct; that is why I said I wasn't sure, but that really wasn't the point of my post. My point would have applied to either one; Catholicism or Episcopalian since they are closely knit. My main point was that Satan will more than likely use someone who is like Brit, rather than like Pelosi or Biden to propogate a heretical faith. But, assuming you are correct and "you probably are", then thanks for correcting my semi-incorrect post.
We must be defining a fundamentalist differently. You must be referring to Rick Warren, Franklin Graham or Joel Osteen? I would not refer to them as fundamentalists. Anyway, thanks for the correction!
Hume is not a traditional Episcopalian since he believes that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Personal Lord and Savior. I believe a Fundamentalist is anybody who believes that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Personal Lord and Savior. A Lutheran, Episcopalian, Catholic, Methodist can be a Fundamentalist if they believe that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Personal Lord and Savior. I am a Catholic who is also a Fundamentalist since I believe that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as Personal Lord and Savior.
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News Item10/20/12 10:36 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John Yurich USA wrote:
Frank, From what I have been able to ascertain from researching on the internet Hume did not convert to Catholicism. Hume is still an Episcopalian in which he was raised. What do you mean that Fundmaentalists are not given respect on FOX News? I watch FOX News and they give respect to Fundamentalists on there.
Well, you could be correct; that is why I said I wasn't sure, but that really wasn't the point of my post. My point would have applied to either one; Catholicism or Episcopalian since they are closely knit. My main point was that Satan will more than likely use someone who is like Brit, rather than like Pelosi or Biden to propogate a heretical faith. But, assuming you are correct and "you probably are", then thanks for correcting my semi-incorrect post.

We must be defining a fundamentalist differently. You must be referring to Rick Warren, Franklin Graham or Joel Osteen? I would not refer to them as fundamentalists.

Anyway, thanks for the correction!

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News Item10/20/12 7:56 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Frank, From what I have been able to ascertain from researching on the internet Hume did not convert to Catholicism. Hume is still an Episcopalian in which he was raised. What do you mean that Fundmaentalists are not given respect on FOX News? I watch FOX News and they give respect to Fundamentalists on there.
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News Item10/20/12 12:57 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Now, I am basing this comment on my understanding that Brit Hume converted to Catholicism and also in part that the article was submitted by the Blaze which is of course run by an ecumenical mormon, Glenn Beck. I am not addressing my comment to the pain the Mr. Hume experienced and experiences because his son died. It is a terrible thing when our loved ones die and my heart does go out to all those who have experienced that horrible pain. But here is a question for all to consider. If I am correct regarding Hume's Catholicism, then ...

Who is likely to lead more people to Rome's heresy; Brit Hume, Nancy Pelosi, or Joe Biden? Which one of these makes Catholicism seem more like a genuine expression of the Christian faith? Why would anyone want a RC to feel comfortable and satisfied in that movement?

If I am wrong about my understanding about Brit Hume, then perhaps someone can correct me? But, my points should be considered regardless. I have never heard the Blaze do a positive article on a fundamentalist nor have I seen a fundamentalist given respect on FOX news and I suppose that is also driving my thoughts.

Lastly, if he remained in the Episcopaleon church, then my comments still should be considered, but I'm pretty sure I am correct.

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News Item10/20/12 12:26 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Russ wrote:
I think C.S. Lewis was right. God really does speak most clearly through the pain in our life.
Or that is when we tend to be most attentive to Him. Speaking for myself here.
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News Item10/20/12 11:29 AM
Russ | Texas  Find all comments by Russ
I think C.S. Lewis was right. God really does speak most clearly through the pain in our life.
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News Item10/20/12 10:31 AM
Rebecca | California  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rebecca
That is very encouraging to hear. We need more people like Brit to give a witness for Christ. I am sorry for his loss.
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News Item10/20/12 9:27 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Good for him. Mainstream media and personalities are so afraid, or even embarrassed, to even mention God.
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