David Barton Destroys the 'America Is a Secular Nation' Myth | Louder with Crowder

29 Jun 2020
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Historian David Barton joins us to talk about the founding of the United States and put to rest the myth that America is a secular nation.
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  • What were you taught about America’s founding in school? And how well do you think it aligns with the truth?

    StevenCrowderStevenCrowderVor 3 Monate
    • @Sara Belk Your country has committed a lot of sins. All of them have.

      Иван Иванов ИвановичИван Иванов ИвановичVor 21 Tag
    • Where you guys at?

      Casey NeilCasey NeilVor 2 Monate
    • Where the vids gone?

      Harri WorthingHarri WorthingVor 3 Monate
    • @Sara Belk it really isn't required anymore? Holy shit... I'll have to teach my son this when he's older. He's only 15 months old now though. I find myself learning more after High school, like this and college.

      Steven StovallSteven StovallVor 3 Monate
    • Yes. It's something that should certainly be taught more.

      Steven StovallSteven StovallVor 3 Monate
  • Who cares? people change, we have new evidence about how the bible came to be tec. No reason to be a religious nation at all.

    M HM HVor 5 Tage
  • "You aint humble enough to stop talking!"

    shrek ticalshrek ticalVor 6 Tage
  • I just discovered David Barton in my Constitution class through Patriot Academy. What a blessing to our nation!

    Liana KriebelLiana KriebelVor 7 Tage
  • I actually do believe the US is a secular nation. I agree with libertarianism and the right for private businesses to deny service but the US doesn't really base laws off religion. The first amendment does give the right to freedom of religion but it also says Congress shall make no law respecting or the establishment of a religion. Treaty of Tripoli article 11 James Adams actually did say this country is not founded on a Christian God he even defends Islam's right to religious freedom. A Christian nation would imply that we made Christianity our official religion which that would be the establishment of a religion. Iceland is a country that has made Christianity it's official religion. A secular nation means we accept all forms of religion without promoting one over the other. So I think the first amendment is clear freedom of religion without the establishment of religion.

    turner piketurner pikeVor 7 Tage
  • You didn’t destroy it moron

    Eldritch MosaicEldritch MosaicVor 18 Tage
  • im not religious, but can anyone guess the one religion in the world i have a problem with? hint: its founded by a psycho warlord

    Omarahmad tvOmarahmad tvVor 28 Tage
  • This is more than non-convincing. It must hurt if so many founders are known as Deists among most known, most important influential even crucial names. Certainly among those few that people can name. So now they are not even Deists? And one of them is secularist? The Age of reason is anti christian. Not secular. Vast majority of founders were christians and you have to make them all christian? When there are quotes and writings which clearly show what they believed. They were fond of their christian friends, family, so of course they loved tradition, community (going to church) events...the culture. Christian culture. With majority christian population the country is a nation of christians /christian nation. Culturally! Since majority of founders were christian, their personal beliefs are not a secret or surprise. What says in official document is (more) important. Even today, from courts to money, everywhere. Judging by the culture one would think US is a theocracy. Technically violating constitution in many ways. If the Wall is about state religion and if it is not a theocracy, in what sense it is christian then? Other than culturally? You say the wall is against state religion but at the same time you use ONE STATE constitution as example of state religion? By declaring -establishing the religion of the state of Pennsylvania ? Which goes against THE constitution. In case it is still on the books, federal law trumps state law. "Danbury Baptist church" You acknowledge that the Wal is about separation of church and state. But going to church the next day and inviting a preacher (with opposing views I presume) somehow violets everything he wrote? The wall protects your free expression. And the other denomination in power (in office) cannot make laws based on their denomination. You have freedom of and from religion. Secular doesn't mean anti christian. It's neutral. theocracy, beingculturally christian doesn't mean that the founding document is Not secular?

    Alek SamsonAlek SamsonVor Monat
  • His memory is crazy good. I also could listen to him talk about our history all day long

    John NinoJohn NinoVor Monat
  • What I have learned from watching you Steven is: Be clear on words and what they mean and how they are used (intent), versus what you think they mean. Also, don't cherry pick, take it in full context. Otherwise you get lost in your own reasoning. Can't believe I haven't been watching you until now!

    Celeste DuncanCeleste DuncanVor Monat
  • Posted this comment on another of Crowder's Barton videos: "So apparently David Barton is really not a credible historian. Other historians have disavowed his work and said he misrepresented facts. He got in trouble in like the 90s for making up quotes from the founding fathers (he came out and confirmed they weren’t real quotes), he got in a bit of trouble for citing second hand sources, and he wrote a book on Jefferson that was widely discredited. All this doesn’t mean everything he says is a lie, but I would still be wary of him and only accept that which cannot be refuted (i.e. direct excerpts from historical documents)" Also saw that in 2013 he claimed that climate change was caused because of abortion laws.

    TeneluxioTeneluxioVor Monat
  • Secular countries are historically evil. Soviet Union and Nazi Germany are two examples.

    Good KrypolloGood KrypolloVor Monat
    • Nazi Germany weren't secular. They we're mostly some flavor of christian

      DarthSinistrisDarthSinistrisVor 6 Tage
  • I'm sorry, you lost me on "Dark Ages.". The claim of lack of literacy / implied ignorance until the "Reformation" is itself ignorant of history.

    Antonius RusticusAntonius RusticusVor Monat
  • Secular and atheist are 2 different things. You can be a secular christian absolutely. All the founding fathers were Christian and believed in God. Ok, so what?

    JohnnyCageRockJohnnyCageRockVor Monat
  • The States is really the epitome of contradictions. To be founded on the promises of Liberty or Death; Country gets in a civil war over that concept in less than a century later. Say what you want about Britain (coughs in Bengal Famine & Concentration Camp), but at the very least King Aethelstan didn't make some big winded promises on the people having the right to bare swords.

    Cilliers VisserCilliers VisserVor Monat
  • Haha I went to Schenectady Community College 😂

    Aaron PetersenAaron PetersenVor Monat
  • Steven crowder is not gay: change my mind

    Average GuyAverage GuyVor Monat
  • David Barton is a fringe pseudohistorian. I do agree the US isn't a secular state, though sadly. We do have freedom of religion though

    UniversalPersonUniversalPersonVor Monat
  • I bought "The Jefferson Lies" when it first came out. Then when it was pulled without warning by the unscrupulous publisher, I purchased the re-write from WND books. The first one was great, but the second one is even better.

    Jerry JenningsJerry JenningsVor Monat
  • My response is: If it isn't, then it sure as hell SHOULD be! I don't want the Christian Taliban extremists passing Biblical laws and legislations.

    Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
  • Ok so I did some research on Thai guy and my mind is blown. Apparently 6 weeks after the story came out in 1998 that Thomas Jefferson fathered children with sally Hemings they admitted that the dna sample used wasn’t him and they did a silent retraction. I’m posting this because I really want to have conversation with someone about their because my fuckkng mind is being blown

    edward morrisedward morrisVor 2 Monate
  • Those kids have an awesome grandfather. Haha

    Heinrich HimmlerHeinrich HimmlerVor 2 Monate
  • How stupid, if this was a christian nation it would be covered in the declaration of independence and the constitution, the treaty of Tripoli says we're not a christian nation, its funny this asshole doesn't talk about the Jefferson bible and lets forget to mention the only way religion survives is by indoctrinating atheist born children before they have the choice to choose for themselves, remove indoctrination and religion dies. Faith is not a virtue. “It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty, rapine, and murder; for the belief of a cruel God makes a cruel man.” ― Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason. “Of all the systems of religion that ever were invented, there is no more derogatory to the Almighty, more unedifying to man, more repugnant to reason, and more contradictory to itself than this thing called Christianity― Thomas Paine

    Skeptical MaleSkeptical MaleVor 2 Monate
  • 14:58 All Christian religions are NOT equal…

    Slav Squirrel!Slav Squirrel!Vor 2 Monate
  • 8:45 Like a modern-day Islam?

    Slav Squirrel!Slav Squirrel!Vor 2 Monate
  • Barton isn't a trustworthy source for history. His book on Jefferson was pulled by his publisher for a variety of reasons.

    Mike LandsmanMike LandsmanVor 2 Monate
  • Ah yes gotta love gods big book of bad ideas. Nothing quite like that old fairy tale to corrupt and stymie human progress all in the name of the Lord. Thanks imaginary Jesus you've done great work.

    mlapr896mlapr896Vor 2 Monate
  • If you went to a Catholic school but was not a Catholic and received Holy Communion, the reason you got in trouble is because of how Catholics view Communion. We believe that Communion is the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ. Protestants believe Communion is just a representation of Jesus. Just thought that you would like to know not trying to shove my religion down your throat!

    SouthernRebelGamerSouthernRebelGamerVor 2 Monate
  • Love the P-38 technical drawing in the back!

    Courtney AdamsCourtney AdamsVor 2 Monate
  • προσήλυτος - proselutos is the Ancient greek translation of the Hebrew here, which is directly related to our english word Proselyte. Fact checked every document he sited, and he ain't wrong. Interesting.

    Darren WilsonDarren WilsonVor 2 Monate
  • The expression 'dark ages' is misleading and should be avoided.

    Vade RetroVade RetroVor 2 Monate
  • Why as humans do we need a reason to be good! Nothing hit home to me more than the quote “Treat people how you would like to be treated” That works for me, I don’t need to fear the wrath of a made up man in the sky.

    Super Batm4nSuper Batm4nVor 2 Monate
  • I am a proud American I pledge allegiance on December 29th 2018 when I became a proud US citizen

    John JacksonJohn JacksonVor 2 Monate
  • Placing under god in the pledge literally divides the words "one nation" and "indivisible" and serves to exclude citizens that were previously part of an indivisible nation. Not satisfied with practicing their faith freely, modern religious mobs have infiltrated the publicly funded schools and abuse positions of trust to prey on other people's children's behind closed doors, in violation of the convictions of their parents household. Theses theocrats wants your desendants for their cult armies.

    onetrue s3onetrue s3Vor 2 Monate
  • Bellamy was tasked with selling more flags

    onetrue s3onetrue s3Vor 2 Monate
  • They tried to say the same thing about the UK. I recognised it for what is was immediately: an attempt to de-legitinise any claims that British people have their own culture and traditions. It's a an anti-nationalistic, anti-patriotic move. That is they want to obliterste the entire notion of both, both amongst British people and among Americans.

    DavidDavidVor 2 Monate
  • why is he mixing 1300s with the USA?

    Joey De HaeckJoey De HaeckVor 2 Monate
  • No one who accepted the annexation of the americas. And the genocide of the natives is Christian...You can claim to be a christian but as soon as you violate the principles that Jesus lived by like love your neighbor or thou shall not commit murder,thou shall not steal you're not a christian ...this whole argument is fundamentally flawed cause it presupposes that that's what a christian is...there are atheist more christian than some christian

    William flamencoWilliam flamencoVor 2 Monate
  • Atheists can be conservatives too

    Theta GangTheta GangVor 2 Monate
    • They're certainly not welcomed with open arms by conservatives! You say "atheist" to most Right-wingers (and an alarming amount of Leftists) and all they hear is "godless Communist scum that hates America and wants to destroy the country".

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
  • Why weren't any of my history teacher's as interesting as this guy?

    chzzyg269chzzyg269Vor 2 Monate
  • Barton is awesome!!

    Dustin ZiemanDustin ZiemanVor 2 Monate
  • Glad you talked about my relative John Adams

    Krafty KneeKrafty KneeVor 2 Monate
  • That's why i dislike groups like the BLM, SJWs and other PC "progressive" groups, because they are COMPLETELY IGNORANT of the ACTUAL history of the united states and even of their own history. Either that or they KNOWINGLY lie, either way its wrong.

    Chris LChris LVor 2 Monate
  • I wish that the presidents and those in charge would take note of how those in charge were in the past and set an example as they did.

    Chris LChris LVor 2 Monate
  • Removing God from our schools and the erosion of the family unit (divorce rates skyrocketed) were the beginning of our turn from patriotism and togetherness towards individuals mattering more than the collective. Now we're here amidst the selfie generation we're our freedoms are being taken and such things as bathrooms lead the topics discussed amongst schools.

    Zorro 123Zorro 123Vor 2 Monate
    • God wasn't "removed" from schools, you moppet - Christianity just wasn't MANDATED and forced upon the students. You can have a Bible, you can pray, you can even have a student-lead religious studies group; you just can't have faculty imposing their own religious beliefs upon the students.

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
  • Hit the streets Steven and film. America wants more footage and talks. Give us a daily debate please.

    leroybrown505leroybrown505Vor 2 Monate
  • This is the video that you found out about your wife!! So very sorry!

    Kelly QualeyKelly QualeyVor 2 Monate
  • It should be though!

    adam bamfordadam bamfordVor 2 Monate
  • So is Deism the way he described it different from the beliefs of Unitarians?

    ErnestineErnestineVor 2 Monate
  • I'm guessing it was right before THIS SHOW that Steven received his wife's diagnosis. He is definitely a little off here. God never gives us bigger obstacles in our lives than what we can handle. Steven is a strong man and I am assuming his wife must be even stronger to be able put up with him lol. They will be more than fine and this situation will only serve to bring them closer together. And YES God ABSOLUTELY ANSWERS PRAYERS but only ones that align with everyone's BEST INTEREST. Congratulations on the adoption of lil' Joe Lewis, Steven. I am POSITIVE that you will bring much happiness to each other's lives. May God continue to bless you Sir. And God Bless America! 🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸🗽🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸🗽🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸🗽🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸🗽🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸🗽🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸🗽🇺🇸🦅 😉👌

    Ambrossia 188Ambrossia 188Vor 2 Monate
  • This is after he found out his wife has GBS...

    Zach SmithZach SmithVor 2 Monate
    • @Zach Smith he also said that he wouldn't talk much and let the other space guy talk. I'm guessing cuz he was very sad.

      Noah JacobsonNoah JacobsonVor 2 Monate
    • @Noah Jacobson He just looks a little pale and not as energetic as usual.

      Zach SmithZach SmithVor 2 Monate
    • That's what I'm thinking

      Bad CattitudeBad CattitudeVor 2 Monate
    • I think so too

      Noah JacobsonNoah JacobsonVor 2 Monate
  • Wow if David Barton gave history lessons regularly I would attend every single one. What a knowledgeable guy...thank God there are still people like him that know the factual truth about incredibly important things like the founding of the U.S. and the thoughts inside the heads of our forefathers. And thank God for people like Crowder who give him the platform from which to teach like this

    Joe RendaJoe RendaVor 2 Monate
  • Wish you still had your weekly on DEhave not all of us cant afford to be behind a paywall

    Benjamin MorganBenjamin MorganVor 2 Monate
    • You Probably know by now but his wife is going through some rough stuff atm. It is sad, but he just needed a break

      AmeliaAmeliaVor 2 Monate
    • He not uploading there either. Last video was almost a month ago. Wish I hadn't signed up actually.

      Melissa VuckovichMelissa VuckovichVor 2 Monate
  • Speaking of Samuel Adams he wanted to make America "a Christian Sparta" which sounds about as epic as anything could.

    Winter's KingWinter's KingVor 2 Monate
  • Yo wuts poppin' where da new vids at fam?

    Meron EshoMeron EshoVor 2 Monate
  • Crowder is really weird sometimes He denounces countries that use religion as a thing in the government but wants religion in the government in america.

    BAD BOYBAD BOYVor 2 Monate
  • Crowder, where are you?

    Dale TDale TVor 2 Monate
  • They over complicate the constitution and bill of rights.

    Davis RuckmanDavis RuckmanVor 2 Monate
  • Wow that kneeling this is really ironic. I learned a ton in this discussion, thanks Steven and David!

    Jason Van DykeJason Van DykeVor 2 Monate
  • We hear that they were deists a lot because they were

    hustler3of4culture3hustler3of4culture3Vor 3 Monate
    • Predominantly secular deists, and a few atheists (if not outright anti-theists) by today's standards. The Religious Right / Christian Taliban would LOVE to convince us that they're supposed to be allowed to turn dogma into law and that doing so is "patriotic". You and I both know they'll eventually get into sectarian disputes over whose cherry-picked version of the Bible should be implemented into legislation.

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
  • You guys are what you fear the most. You are free to have your beliefs. And speak them. But so am I.

    hustler3of4culture3hustler3of4culture3Vor 3 Monate
  • Congress shall make no laws establishing religion. I'm an atheist, and Jefferson is just fine with that. It's not my government's job to promote stone age philosophy

    hustler3of4culture3hustler3of4culture3Vor 3 Monate
  • If people don't know America is secular nation they really need to reread their history. The Founding Fathers made it very clear America was secular. I don't understand why the looney Christian right want a Christian theocracy. Because that is what they are asking for when they want Christianity to rule everything in America. This is what's wrong with the Republican party they are far removed from their Right-wing Librarianism. This is why Barry Goldwater had a problem with the Religious Right. And warn us about them. There is a separation between Church and State and it says so right in the first clause of the First Admendment the Founding Fathers said so more than once. And Thomas Jefferson made this very clear as well. America is secular for a reason so everyone can have their right to religion. People really need to read European history and see the dangers of a theocracy of any kind. Bible is backwards. Stuck in ancient times of the Middle East. If we are such a Christian nation has many Christians would make you believe what sect of Christianity does the government force on the people? Many people don't even know what theocracy is. A government rule by a religion. As a Barry Goldwater Conservative I don't want any kind of religion in the government.

    LittleImpalerLittleImpalerVor 3 Monate
  • America is such a great nation, in which there is a set of believes imprinted from its roots, but you can still believe in whatever you want. Remarkable.

    Chris GarciaChris GarciaVor 3 Monate
  • All religions are cults. Change my mind

    Patrick BoothPatrick BoothVor 3 Monate
    • Crowder will never do religious change my mind. So many holes in religion

      QE ooQE ooVor 3 Monate
  • this is weird but I’m not religious

    Jesus ChristJesus ChristVor 3 Monate
  • Deism didn't (and doesn't) mean being skeptical about Christ's divinity, it is a belief in God that is based on reason, not the Bible, so it rejects revelation and the idea that God interferes with His creation. The definition that you gave for deism is just Unitarianism. Also, Benjamin Franklin (in his autobiography) never said that deism was stupid or anything. Here is what he says in his autobiography: "But I was scarce fifteen, when, after doubting by turns of several points, as I found them disputed in the different books I read, I began to doubt of Revelation itself. Some books against Deism fell into my hands; they were said to be the substance of sermons preached at Boyle's Lectures. It happened that they wrought an effect on me quite contrary to what was intended by them; for the arguments of the Deists, which were quoted to be refuted, appeared to me much stronger than the refutations; in short, I soon became a thorough Deist. My arguments perverted some others, particularly Collins and Ralph; but, each of them having afterwards wrong'd me greatly without the least compunction, and recollecting Keith's conduct towards me (who was another freethinker), and my own towards Vernon and Miss Read, which at times gave me great trouble, I began to suspect that this doctrine, tho' it might be true, was not very useful. My London pamphlet, which had for its motto these lines of Dryden: "Whatever is, is right. Though purblind man Sees but a part o' the chain, the nearest link: His eyes not carrying to the equal beam, That poises all above;" and from the attributes of God, his infinite wisdom, goodness and power, concluded that nothing could possibly be wrong in the world, and that vice and virtue were empty distinctions, no such things existing, appear'd now not so clever a performance as I once thought it; and I doubted whether some error had not insinuated itself unperceiv'd into my argument, so as to infect all that follow'd, as is common in metaphysical reasonings. I grew convinc'd that truth, sincerity and integrity in dealings between man and man were of the utmost importance to the felicity of life; and I form'd written resolutions, which still remain in my journal book, to practice them ever while I lived. Revelation had indeed no weight with me, as such; but I entertain'd an opinion that, though certain actions might not be bad because they were forbidden by it, or good because it commanded them, yet probably these actions might be forbidden because they were bad for us, or commanded because they were beneficial to us, in their own natures, all the circumstances of things considered. And this persuasion, with the kind hand of Providence, or some guardian angel, or accidental favorable circumstances and situations, or all together, preserved me, thro' this dangerous time of youth, and the hazardous situations I was sometimes in among strangers, remote from the eye and advice of my father, without any willful gross immorality or injustice, that might have been expected from my want of religion. I say willful, because the instances I have mentioned had something of necessity in them, from my youth, inexperience, and the knavery of others. I had therefore a tolerable character to begin the world with; I valued it properly, and determin'd to preserve it."

    Josiah HallmanJosiah HallmanVor 3 Monate
  • As a Christian non-American, I was always confused with pledging allegiance to the flag and thought that it was in conflict with loving God but the flag is a representation of what every man of God should love - life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness

    Matthew PostonMatthew PostonVor 3 Monate
  • Its too bad that we do not have people like him teaching in our public schools, true history. Instead we have atheist, secular, Communist propogandist filling the kids heads with bullshit. We have to take the schools back from these destructive people..

    T CT CVor 3 Monate
    • @Reverend Veritas all I meant by my statement is, it is the atheist left that has forced their non religious views on everyone. They infiltrated the public school system, dismantled anything to do with Christianity or God and began teaching false history and communism to everyone and have created a disillusioned, weak minded generation that has no moral compass.

      T CT CVor Monat
    • @Reverend Veritas not what I meant at all... I think that religion could be offered in schools as an elective but not mandatory. I do not believe that the government should be advocating for our against religion but that has happened for decades from the secular left attacking anything to do with religion. They removed the right for a child to pray at school. They removed the pledge of allegiance, because the atheist didn't like the verse with God in it. Just as the DNC removed that verse at their convention. Nobody was ever forced in schools to pray or believe in Christianity, the only thing the government or school staff ever did was actively not interfere with students rights to pray or openly talk about God. It was the atheist who forced the government to remove any rights of Christians to pray at school etc...

      T CT CVor Monat
    • What you mean is "It's too bad there's not a Federal law mandating that Christianity be taught in the schools". That's a horrible idea you wouldn't support if Islam was the dominant faith in the country and Sharia was mandatory.

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
    • What do you think the goal of society should be?

      Ben KBen KVor 3 Monate
  • Where has the vids gone?

    Harri WorthingHarri WorthingVor 3 Monate
  • Were are the new videos on DEhave?

    Travis TubbsTravis TubbsVor 3 Monate
  • I should have watched this on July 4th. I would have been in a better mood. Be that as it may, thank you, gentlemen, for this!

    Deborah CowmanDeborah CowmanVor 3 Monate
  • If David Barton was my history teacher, I might have actually paid attention in school. Dude makes dusty, boring history actually engaging and makes me interested.

    Ethan FleckEthan FleckVor 3 Monate
  • Leftists hate this because the fact that the Constitution is built on Christian doctrine gives a strong incentive for America to follow the Bible.

    Drew BondDrew BondVor 3 Monate
    • @Reverend Veritas so you clearly didn't watch the video, as he practically debunked the bs that you just spewed out. Get educated and do your research

      Drew BondDrew BondVor Monat
    • So I'm to believe that a bunch of secular deists, and even a few anti-theistic atheists by today's standards, got together after having just escaped a government where Church and State were one, and wrote the founding documents with the Christian God and Biblical dogma inspiring them to author the Constitution? NEVER is anything but a vague, deistic being referenced in official documents, and even when such a "god" arises it is never even alluded to as being the personal God of Abraham. Those Founders who were deists did not believe in a god that intervenes in the day-to-day affairs of mortal men, and others often openly criticized organized religion.

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
  • I knew some of the stuff about Jefferson, but holy cow! I feel so educated! I’m ready to take on the world you guys! Thank you!!!

    BluZebraBluZebraVor 3 Monate
  • Fake ass Superman 😂

    DomDomVor 3 Monate
  • That's why France is so atheist, yet has the most beautiful churches in the world.

    Myles MottleyMyles MottleyVor 3 Monate
  • Hey guys, a little help please? Does anyone know which episode Steven sings the JG Wentworth commercial?

    Ma. Karmeli Y. SolivenMa. Karmeli Y. SolivenVor 3 Monate
  • Crowder I'm usually not a fan of your work, but this was great. Very based

    Joe BrownJoe BrownVor 3 Monate
  • Hmmm, reading these comments and reading his wikipedia page makes me rethink whether or not I should believe what David Barton is saying.

    KainKainVor 3 Monate
    • From the Wiki: _Scholars of history and law have described his research as highly flawed, "pseudoscholarship" and spreading "outright falsehoods"_ **shocked Pikachu face**

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
  • Love the p38 blueprint behind him.

    ginginVor 3 Monate
  • If that's a myth, then the 'Freedom of religion' in America is a myth because you can't have that first amendment right unless the nation is secular and all religions are represented equally.

    Osama Bin MarxOsama Bin MarxVor 3 Monate
  • Only thing I disagree with is Barton's rabbi friend. He is completely miatranslating this. The word 'ger' in this verse appears twice. "Be kind to the ger, for you were once gerim(pl.) In Egypt. A ger is a sojourner, not a proselyte . A proselyte is a convert. The Israelites never converted to the Egyptian religion, but they did sojourn there. You would have to translate it "Be kind to the proselyte...for you were once proselyte in Egypt". Makes no sense. Every Jewish translation I've ever read translates it 'stranger' both times. Except one, the Artscroll. They translate it proselyte the first time and stranger the second, completely unjustifiable. It's a religious bias which is too lengthy to go into. Other than that, a great video.

    thekriskokidthekriskokidVor 3 Monate
  • Where’s the content? It’s been two and a half weeks!! Jonesing

    Axe HoundAxe HoundVor 3 Monate
  • It's nice to learn the founding fathers weren't Christians. Questing is the first sign of intelligence.

    donald taylordonald taylorVor 3 Monate
    • It's a bit complicated.All of them were d eists,some where Christian d eists some where non Christian deists.

      Mitchell I. O.Mitchell I. O.Vor 3 Monate
  • I’m confused, is it good to be secular?

    Bruh-its X_CDBruh-its X_CDVor 3 Monate
    • The Real Bucky so the point of the video is that America is not secular and that is good?

      Bruh-its X_CDBruh-its X_CDVor 3 Monate
    • Bruh-its X_CD Secular means religion plays no role in any system of belief.

      The Real BuckyThe Real BuckyVor 3 Monate
    • The Real Bucky ok I watched the whole video and looked up the definition. I still don’t understand what Secular means. Do you mind breaking it down for me

      Bruh-its X_CDBruh-its X_CDVor 3 Monate
    • Yeah!

      The Real BuckyThe Real BuckyVor 3 Monate
  • Crowder is a joke. America was founded on SECULAR GREEK VALUES that placed reason over faith. America is about the individual NOT collectivism which religion is all about

    QE ooQE ooVor 3 Monate
    • Actually,it was based on enlightenment,however Christianity still is a factor.

      Mitchell I. O.Mitchell I. O.Vor 3 Monate
  • This was just awesome! My wife and I loved this, great guest speaker.... Should be on more often. Love u Crowder keep up the good work, u are awesome, I'm a big fan.

    Johnny PhoenixJohnny PhoenixVor 3 Monate
  • Why arent there any videos for July

    Jessica HendersonJessica HendersonVor 3 Monate
  • This guy is not a historian. He has no credentials in history or law. His views are disavowed by real historians, even at conservative Christian universities like Grove City, Messiah, and Gordon. His book was disavowed and withdrawn from sale by a Christian publishing house because “basic truths just were not there”. It’s embarrassing that Crowder keeps having him on.

    Daniel ReidDaniel ReidVor 3 Monate
    • @Daniel Reid TY

      Draleks911Draleks911Vor Monat
    • @Draleks911 Check out his wikipedia page to start. You can see his academic background there. It has a whole section called "accuracy of his work challenged", and it provides links.

      Daniel ReidDaniel ReidVor Monat
    • Sources? Links? If its true show us please.

      Draleks911Draleks911Vor 3 Monate
    • can you link a video or more sources im interested

      KalohKalohVor 3 Monate
    • It's scary to think about you having only 2 upvotes. It's also scary how dishonest crowder sometimes can be - while other times completely transparent and compassionate.

      KenjiDevKenjiDevVor 3 Monate
  • Christianity is cucked and polytheistic, if you can't handle the truth, go cry in a corner. Crowder a mad Boi, can't seem to stop talking about Islam and slandering it. You mad Crowder? Ain't my fault your fake religion is based off of what some old dudes said at the council of nicea.

    Abu AdamAbu AdamVor 3 Monate
  • What were those books he referred to

    Grant MuchlerGrant MuchlerVor 3 Monate
  • Okay so God sacrificed Himself to Himself to save us from Himself because of a rule He made up Himself? Yeah. Sounds legit. Grow up.

    RapidFireReaperRapidFireReaperVor 3 Monate
    • @Reverend Veritas Yeah im not going to lie being an Atheist Republican is painful sometimes.

      RapidFireReaperRapidFireReaperVor Monat
    • @RapidFireReaper When you're omnipotent the only jollies you can apparently get are found in screwing with the lives of mortals instead of helping them. It's more important to "not prove" you exist by appearing on a potato, a stain on a wall, or a grilled cheese sandwich rather than helping the poor directly because this would remove their "personal freedom to believe in Him or not".

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
    • @Osama Bin Marx Well if all thats true than he must also be responsible for all the starving children in Africa too...

      RapidFireReaperRapidFireReaperVor 3 Monate
    • Yes the Christian God is the alpha and omega, judge, plantiff, defendant's lawyer, legislature, and executioner, beginning and the end. It must be so if Jesus Christ is to be Lord.

      Osama Bin MarxOsama Bin MarxVor 3 Monate
  • 20:03 Based?

    Cardboard CapeCardboard CapeVor 3 Monate
  • What happend to his content? Where are the new videos for july?

    Gone south Survival93Gone south Survival93Vor 3 Monate
  • Lol is this the right wing history I always hear about 😂. Thank god I’m smart enough to realise this is BS

    igeto12igeto12Vor 3 Monate
    • Just like the bible.

      RapidFireReaperRapidFireReaperVor 3 Monate
  • I'm gay, love Judy, and very conservative. We are not a myth, we actually exist.

    Rob BankertRob BankertVor 3 Monate
  • Seriously? The “Dark Ages?” Wasn’t that when the great cathedrals were built? The rise of universities?

    Neil FrazierNeil FrazierVor 3 Monate
    • @KenjiDev You are giving plenty of false info, the so-called Dark Ages are considered by today's historians as an extraordinarily complex period. Calling the Middle Ages 'regressive' is just uneducated: regressive to what? Christianity was the new cultural paradigm. BTW, universities started being open from the late 11th century...

      Vade RetroVade RetroVor 2 Monate
    • Look at the progress of the world in 400BC and the creation of Rome, and Greece, versus the progress of the world from 600 AD to 1400 AD. By far most change occurred in the "classical age" of Romans and Greece, due to the fact that religion wasn't as prevalent. IF you read anything about European History or took a class in it, you would know that in medieval times the majority of science was banned causing most of the technological progress to halt. ITs the reason why so many famous "scientist" or philosophers are either from the Classical Era or the Renaissance Era (after the dark ages).

      Skippers The PenguinSkippers The PenguinVor 3 Monate
    • Not the rise of universities, no. The dark ages were regressive. Most of old wisdoms - like roman/greek architecture, philosophy and art was discarded. "Wrong think" was burned - as in the object and the person. The romans were just as as open minded as - and comparable to the pre-civil-war USA:

      KenjiDevKenjiDevVor 3 Monate
  • And now you are not allowed to express your faith in school.

    Jojo Crazy CatJojo Crazy CatVor 3 Monate
    • Jojo, everyone is free to express and practice their respective faiths - You just can't have faculty and staff doing stuff like making the students pray to *THEIR* God. You can have a Bible in school, you can pray in school, you can even have a student-lead religious studies group, but you can't have teachers telling their students in class that the Bible and Creationism are accurate, scientific documents & theories.

      Reverend VeritasReverend VeritasVor Monat
    • Yes you can if your a student but not if your ya know working at the school.

      RapidFireReaperRapidFireReaperVor 3 Monate
  • I personally think the Magna Carta is the best document you can possibly use to prove that it was not secular. It's what they used as justification for the revolution.

    Carl AntayaCarl AntayaVor 3 Monate
    • Well lets say for sake of argument it wasent. Why in the world would you want the government to choose a religion? Seems kind of anti freedom.

      RapidFireReaperRapidFireReaperVor 3 Monate
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