Chuck Templeton is a 54-years-old American Internet entrepreneur from the United States. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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According to the wiki and biography of Chuck Templeton was born on 3 April 1968 in United States. let’s check out the Chuck’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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Templeton was the father (with Sylvia Murphy) of four children: Ty Templeton, a well-known comic book artist; Brad Templeton, founder of ClariNet Communications; Deborah Burgess, a TV host and director, and Michael Templeton, a tax attorney. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in the latter part of the 1990s and died from complications of the disease in 2001.
Templeton’s first novel, a thriller titled The Kidnapping of the President, was made into a feature film; Act of God, The Third Temptation and The Queen’s Secret were among his other bestselling novels. He also wrote Jesus: A Bible in Modern English (1973) which is a selection of sayings by Jesus. In 1982, he wrote his Anecdotal Memoir, which includes this description of Reverend Billy Graham: “there is no feigning in him: he believes what he believes with an invincible innocence. He is the only mass evangelist I would trust.” In 1995, Templeton described his eventual rejection of his faith in his final published work, Farewell to God: My Reasons for Rejecting the Christian Faith. He was interviewed by Lee Strobel in Strobel’s book The Case for Faith.
Thompson resigned as Liberal leader in November 1966 and Templeton was suggested as his possible successor by interim leader Robert Nixon. However, Elmer Sopha, who had been the only member of caucus to support Templeton in 1964, came out publicly and vociferously against this option. Templeton announced he would not again be a candidate for the Liberal leadership because of the opposition of members of the party caucus. Nixon was acclaimed party leader in January 1967.
Templeton began a long time collaboration with Pierre Berton co-hosting a daily radio show in which the two would debate the issues of the day. Dialogue would be on the air for 18 years starting on CFRB in 1966 and then moving to CKEY (now CHKT) in 1970 where Templeton was also hired as the morning newscaster.
Returning to Canada, Templeton became a broadcaster hosting public affairs programming on CBC Television. In the 1960s he was hired as editorial page editor of the Toronto Star and then made a leap into politics running for the leadership of the Ontario Liberal Party in 1964 placing second to Andy Thompson at the 1964 leadership convention. During the campaign Templeton ran in a Toronto by-election in an attempt to strengthen his campaign for leader by winning a seat in the Ontario legislature but he was defeated by NDP candidate Jim Renwick.
At one time the United Church of Canada heartily endorsed Templeton’s evangelism, but came to feel a degree of discomfort with mass evangelistic crusades as its own evangelical Protestantism began to settle into a theologically and socially more liberal stream. In 1948, Templeton attended Princeton Theological Seminary. Templeton hosted a weekly religious television show on CBS, Look Up and Live, in the early 1950s. In 1957, after a long struggle with doubt, Templeton declared himself an agnostic. His public pronouncement of his loss of faith caused a backlash from the evangelical community.
In 1945 Templeton and Torrey Johnson of Chicago, Illinois met with a number of youth leaders from around the United States at Winona Lake, Indiana. Their agenda was to form a working group that would become an organization known as Youth for Christ which was founded in 1946. Torrey Johnson was elected as its first president and Billy Graham was hired as the first full-time evangelist. Shortly afterward, Graham and Templeton made an evangelistic tour of western Europe, frequently rooming together, and holding crusades in England, Scotland, Ireland, Sweden and other countries.
In 1936, Templeton converted to Christianity and became an evangelist. In 1941, Templeton founded the Avenue Road Church of the Nazarene, in Toronto, in a building that formerly housed a Presbyterian congregation, where he served as senior pastor despite his lack of formal theological training. The Avenue Road Church of the Nazarene congregation eventually became affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination, and its name was changed to Bayview Glen Church. During the Second World War, Templeton was assigned to the Royal Canadian Air Force based at Dorval, Quebec and began his association with the United Church of Canada (see below) as an attendee of the local Strathmore United Church. Templeton in the end, become an ex-christian.
Charles Bradley Templeton (October 7, 1915 – June 7, 2001) was a Canadian cartoonist, evangelist, agnostic, politician, newspaper editor, inventor, broadcaster and author.
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|Real Name||Chuck Templeton|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||54 Years|
|Date Of Birth||3 April 1968|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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Chuck Templeton Net Worth
The Chuck Templeton Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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