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Tammy Faye Messner
Evangelist, Reality Television Star / 1942 - 2007
Tammy Faye Messner was the wife of disgraced televangelist Jim Bakker, with whom she hosted The 700 Club and the Praise the Lord Club. The couple split in 1992, after Jim Bakker's affair with a church secretary surfaced.
Musician, Radio Personality, Evangelist, Television Personality / 1935 -
Jimmy Swaggart is a Pentecostal radio and television evangelist. He also recorded best-selling gospel albums before his career unraveled due to a scandal.
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profile name: Jimmy Swaggart profile occupation: Musician, Radio Personality, Evangelist, Television Personality
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profile name: St. Matthew profile occupation: Evangelist, Saint
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