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Bob Enyart

Bob Enyart

Bob Enyart

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Outspoken Denver, Colorado broadcaster, known as much for his ultraconservative fundamentalism as for his bluntness and rudeness (as well as some rather ill-advised actions) that reflect poorly on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He prefers using the New King James Version, and refers to other versions disparagingly (e.g. "Reversed Standard Version" and "HIV version").

Enyart is a theonomist - someone who believes that Old Testament Law is as valid and applicable today as it was in Old Testament times. He is, therefore, a vocal death penalty proponent (who, like so many, uses long-refuted "arguments"). A portion of his novel, "The First Five Days -- The Rebirth of America" is available online It is a sickening fantasy of how "Christians" of Enyart's persuasion would govern America given the chance. Incidentally, though Enyart's book "The Plot" contains some 10,000 Scripture references, it appears he bases his views on his interpretation of 1 Timothy 1:8-10.

Enyart was, justifiably, listed on the late Hatewatch.org site for his outspoken hatred of homosexuals.

Enyart believes the best form of government is a "constitutional monarchy," and that democracy is the worst form of government. He is the lead spokesperson for ShadowGov.com.

Not surprisingly, Enyart's home church is Derby Bible Church in Colorado. Its pastors teach that God changes his mind, and does not know the future (Moral Government Theology).

See also: An Examination of Kingdom-Now, Dominion, and Latter-Rain Theology

In the opinion of the publisher of Apologetics Index, people like Mr. Enyart live like enemies of the cross and Gospel of Jesus Christ. Fortunately, Mr. Enyart's perverse version of Christianity is the exception, and not the norm.


Secular "Thank God for Bob!" Alternative newsweekly, Denver World, examines Enyart's views. (Dec. 16, 1999)



Grey Zone, Unsure, or Offkey Bob Enyart Live Mailing List Discussion of topics on Bob Enyart Live

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Aberrational, Heretical, Heterodox, Suborthodox or Unorthodox Bob Enyart Enyart's official site (now at KGOV.com)

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