David Boulton (UK journalist)

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David Boulton is a British journalist, author, documentary producer and lecturer. Following five years in print media,[1] Boulton pursued a 40-year career in broadcast journalism as a producer, editor, and executive, winning several awards[no citations needed here]. Boulton has authored or edited 21 books in the fields of history, current affairs, theology, and humanism. His most recent book (2008) Who on Earth Was Jesus? is a survey of contemporary historical Jesus scholarship and is aimed at the lay reader.[2] Boulton maintains an active international lecture and speaking schedule.

Boulton is a nontheistic Quaker.[3][4]

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  1. "David Boulton Broadcasting Career". http://www.davidboultonbooks.com/broadcasting.htm. 
  2. Nydahl, Lama Ole (2012). The Way Things Are: A Living Approach to Buddhism. John Hunt Publishing. pp. 143-144. ISBN 9781780998459. 
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  4. Craigo-Snell, Shannon (2012). "Response to David Boulton and Jeffrey Dudiak". Quaker Religious Thought 118: 45-50. https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/qrt/vol118/iss1/5. 

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