‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ and a Missed Opportunity

From 1966 until 1987 Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker were the hottest thing on Christian television. While their ministry started with puppets and kids’ sermons, they eventually grew into a mega-conglomerate of all things Christianity, which included a television station that ran 24 hours a day, an amusement park, praise and worship records, and so much more. But as The Eyes of Tammy Faye shows, their reign as…

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Shea Vassar

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Writer. Citizen of the Cherokee Nation. Coffee drinker. Rogue One defender. Oklahoma City Thunder fan.

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