televangelist


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televangelist

US an evangelical preacher who appears regularly on television, preaching the gospel and appealing for donations from viewers
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has been sued by a televangelist network over the sale of its PBS station, KOCE-TV Ch.
The Bush administration, which has courted Robertson and his supporters, also moved to distance itself from the televangelist.
Televangelist Jerry Falwell has said that Tim LaHaye "has set the agenda for evangelicalism more than any other person.
Disney chief executive Michael Eisner said he spoke to Robertson and that the televangelist supports the transaction.
In October, the volatile televangelist struck again, appearing on CNN and accusing Chavez of funneling cash to terrorist Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network.
However, over the last decade or so it has published a number of books on church-state issues of the sort that one might expect from the ultraconservative Heritage Foundation or televangelist Pat Robertson's outfit.
If you ask Tammy Faye Bakker Messner, it was Jerry Falwell who engineered the disgrace and imprisonment of her ex-husband, televangelist Jim Bakker--a headline-making scandal from 1987 that included never-proved allegations of homosexual affairs.