According to a Facebook post Monday on the speech program Real Science Radio,
Bob Enyart, who declared himself a ‘rightwing, religious, homophobic, anti-choice speech-show presenter.’
A polite person well-known for mocking AIDS patients in his cable TV program, organizing protests from the doctors of Planned Parenthood, and rejecting the vaccination COVID-19. Enyart was the Bible Church’s Pastor of Denver. At the age of 62, he died.
But Williams wrote on Facebook to Fred Williams, his radio cohost, “Bob Enyart was one of the cleverest, and perhaps the wisest, people I knew.”
The radio program of Enyart and Williams focuses on “science for evolution and showing proof of God the Creator.”
“The long-lasting legacy of Bob lives on with his treasure trove, including an incredible website,
which many people have acknowledged as the greatest online scientific resource to corroborate the Genesis record,
his engaging bible studies MP3s, science DVDs, YouTube videos, etc.”
The article received hundreds of responses from Facebook users who expressed sympathy and support, including a statement from Dominic Enyart, Enyart’s son.
Dominic told The Gazette that “throwing everything down and running to assist someone was characteristic of his father.”
and Dominic has received an email from a hearer of his father’s program who claimed she was in a relationship that was violent and contacted Bob Enyart
, who is acting as Bob Enyart’s Business Manager. Dominic claimed that he collected funds for her and brought her out of the relationship and she subsequently said she married another guy.
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“It’s amazing that a lot of us don’t even know about it,” Enyart added. “It was difficult to keep track of that many individuals,” he said.
But without detractors, Enyart would not have been After reading and spitting AIDS victims’ obituaries on a TV program in 1995, he was charged with a libel lawsuit. The speech of Enyart was deemed protected under the First Modification.
In 1994, Enyart was found culpable of child abuse and was sentenced to 60 days in prison after he slapped his soon-to-be third wife, a 7-year-old boy, with a belt for refusing to take a shower.
During the demonstration against founder James Dobson’s support of GOP presidential candidate Jan McCain, Enyart was found guilty in 2009 of breaking FOCUS on the family’s campus. The Gazette earlier stated that
Enyart, a former director of Colorado Right to Life, didn’t think that McCain had a strong enough anti-abortion position.
During Enyart’s earlier life, according to his biography on the Bob Enyart Live website,
he created the software to use the Army’s Apache AH-64 assault helicopter.
Enyart and his wife rejected the vaccination COVID-19 since they tested on aborted baby cells, his show’s website stated.
The website says the goal is to raise societal tensions and put pressure on the murderers. “We encourage everyone to boycott Pfizer, Moderna, and the Johnson [vaccines],” says the website.
For almost a week, Gazette News Partner 9NEWS claimed that Cheryl had hospitalized by COVID-19. Since then, his mother has discharged from the hospital, Dominic Enyart stated.
Controversial Colorado pastor Bob Enyart dies of COVID-19 at age 62