By sifilings Sep 16 2011 Glenn BeckMoody Network station drops David Barton’s Wallbuiders Live Over Defense of Glenn Beck 1817 reads There are 3 Comments Good for them Shaynus - Fri, 09/16/2011 - 1:30pm Good for them. My feeling is that Barton let's political similarities trump his theological judgment. Talk about big tent evangelicalism SBashoor - Fri, 09/16/2011 - 2:36pm I've been wary of Barton's historiography for some time, but I'm really sad to hear about his uber-big-tent soteriology. M. Scott Bashoor Happy Slave of Christ Big-tent historiography . . . . RPittman - Fri, 09/16/2011 - 11:25pm SBashoor wrote: I've been wary of Barton's historiography for some time, but I'm really sad to hear about his uber-big-tent soteriology.Perhaps this is consistent with Barton's big-tent historiography in a broad reading of Christianity into cultural and civil religion. We observe today that everyone who talks about God and prays is not a Christian. Is there any reason to believe it was any different in our country's history when God-talk and religious expressions were a part of the language and culture? From his statements regarding Mormonism and Beck, it would appear that Barton's concept of Christianity is very broad and undifferentiated which may be consistent with his historiography.