David Barton Biography, Age, Wife, Gym, Books and Wall builders

David Barton Biography (Author)

David Barton  is an evangelical Christian political activist and author. Barton is the founder of WallBuilders, LLC, a Texas-based organization that promotes unorthodox views about the religious basis of the United States.

Barton has been described as a Christian nationalist and “one of the foremost Christian revisionist historians”; much of his work is devoted to advancing the idea that the United States was founded as an explicitly Christian nation and rejecting the consensus view that the United States Constitution calls for separation of church and state. His research has been described as highly flawed, “pseudoscholarship” and spreading “outright falsehoods”by the Scholars of history and law.

He is the former vice chair of the Republican Party of Texas and served as director of Keep the Promise PAC, a political action committee that supported the unsuccessful 2016 presidential campaign of US senator Ted Cruz.

David Barton Age

Barton was born on January 28, 1954 in  Aledo, Texas, U.S. He  is 64 years old as of year 2018.

David Barton Wife

Barton is married  to his wife Cheryl , the couple reside in Aledo, Texas, they have three grown, married children Damaris, Timothy, and Stephen  and three grandchildren.  including a daughter who performs minority outreach for . He has lived in Aledo, Texas, since his childhood,  which is also the site of the WallBuilders Library.

David Barton Education

Barton graduated from Aledo High School in 1972. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in religious education from Oral Roberts University in 1976. After graduating from college, he served as a church youth director.

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David Barton Gym| David Barton Gym Closed

David Barton in 1991, he opened his first eponymous gym in Chelsea, then New York’s emerging gayborhood.

There was house music from the DJ booth, sexy guys looking in the mirror, and a frisky steam room—pretty much everything a gay New Yorker would want on a night out. The fact that there was state-of-the-art equipment and top trainers was nice, too, of course.

Those who went to gyme would watch nightlife icons like Amanda LePore or Suzanne Bartsch (Barton’s ex) working out at the next machine. You half-expected a velvet rope to get into the locker room.

everything has an end in New York, anyway—and it looks like David Barton Gyms has stoped operating. Customers coming to the location in Astor Place posted pictures of a sign indicating all locations in New York, Miami, Chicago, Boston and Seattle had “ceased operations due to competitive market conditions.”

far off the note, the company has not made any formal announcement or responded to a request for comment.

Barton most recent outpost, on Sixth Avenue, was also the one that most hearkened back to its gym-as-nightlife ethos: It was previously home to New York’s legendary Limelight.

David Barton Net worth

David Barton’s net worth is estimated to be in the range of approximately $158489 in 2018, according to the users of vipfaq. The estimated net worth includes stocks, properties, and luxury goods such as yachts and private airplanes.

David Barton Books

David Barton has an author he has written many books, these are the some of the books he has written:

  1. Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White Sep 22, 2017
    by David Barton
  2. Separation of Church & State: What the Founders Meant May 08, 2007
    by David Barton
  3. The Second Amendment Jan 07, 2011
    by David Barton
    Kindle Edition
  4. Original Intent: The Courts, the Constitution, and Religion Oct 22, 2013
    by David Barton ,Kindle Edition
  5. The Bulletproof George Washington Dec 19, 2002
    by David Barton
  6. The Jefferson Lies: Exposing the Myths You’ve Always Believed About Thomas Jefferson Apr 10, 2012
    by David Barton
  7. Benjamin Rush: Signer of the Declaration of Independence Sep 04, 2017
    by David Barton
  8. Benjamin Rush: Signer of the Declaration of Independence
    by David Barton
  9. A Spiritual Heritage Tour of the United States Capitol Jun 25, 2013
    by David Barton
  10. The Question of Freemasonry and the Founding Fathers
    by David Barto

David Barton Wallbuilders

Barton is the founder of WallBuilders,LLC, a Texas-based organization that promotes unorthodox views about the religious basis of the United States.
WallBuilders publishes and sells most of Barton’s books and videos, some of which present Barton’s position that the modern view of separation of church and state is not consistent with the views of the founders.

He argued that the religion clauses of the First Amendment were not intended to include such faiths as Paganism and Witchcraft but only monotheistic religions and perhaps solely Christianity.

David Barton Jefferson Lies

In 2012, his New York Times bestseller The Jefferson Lies: Exposing the Myths You’ve Always Believed About Thomas Jefferson which was published April was voted “the least credible history book in print” by the users of the History News Network website. A group of 10 conservative Christian professors reviewed the work and reported negatively on its claims, saying that Barton has misstated facts about Jefferson.

Christian publisher Thomas Nelson withdrew the book from publication and stopped production in August 2012, announcing that they had “lost confidence in the book’s details” and “learned that there were some historical details included in the book that were not adequately supported.” Glenn Beck, who wrote the foreword, promptly announced that his Mercury Ink imprint would issue a new edition of the book once the 17,000 remaining copies that Barton bought of the Thomas Nelson edition had been sold

The Jefferson Lie A revised edition was published by World Net Daily Books in January 2016.

David Barton History

His official biography describes him as “an expert in historical and constitutional issues”. He also holds no formal credentials in history or law, and scholars dispute the accuracy and integrity of his assertions about history, accusing him of practicing misleading historical revisionism, “pseudoscholarship” and spreading “outright falsehoods”. New York Times, published that “Many professional historians dismiss Mr. Barton, whose academic degree is in Christian Education from Oral Roberts University, as a biased amateur who cherry-picks quotes from history and the Bible.” His 2012 book The Jefferson Lies was said to be “the least credible history book in print” by the users of the History News Network website. The book was disavowed and withdrawn for sale by Christian publishing house Thomas Nelson. According to a senior executive Thomas Nelson could not stand by the book because “basic truths just were not there.”

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