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One Punk Under God

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Jim and Tammy Faye's son has a new reality series on Sundance Channel called "One Punk Under God". The premier episode can be watched on Time Warners free in-demand movie channel right now. The rest of the episodes look as if they will be brodcast on Sundance.

In the Premier episode he walks the camera crew through Heritage USA and they blended footage from 1987 with what is there today. It was pretty interesting. It's also interesting to see his take on the situation. It looks like he'll be spending a bit of time in Charlotte through out the course of the show due to his mom's health.

It looks to be a great series, if anyone wants to get an interesting look at PTL or hear some interesting thoughts as to what happened then check the show out. It's a unique part of Charlotte's history.

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I saw some coverage of this on MTV News one night, and it mentioned Charlotte and showed a portion of the skyline. It was...interesting.

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He was also interviewed on Larry King Live about his new show...and the churches he has started in Atlanta, Charlotte, and New York.

It is refreshing to see someone starting churches that are gay friendly for a change.

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Jim and Tammy certainly had their faults, but somehow they happened to bring into this world a son that any parents should be very proud of. Jay Bakker is a lovely human being who does not judge people, does not hate, does not try to take away others' rights.....

A while back he announced that his christian organization Revolution would formally endorse a policy of outreach and acceptance toward gays. Before that it had been unofficial, but Jay felt it needed to be official. As a result he lost some financial support for Revolution---turns out all his supporters aren't as loving as he and his wife are.

I hope to see his show. He's a terrific guy, and a perfect role model for young heterosexuals.

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