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In the past year, televangelists — including Kenneth Copeland, who recently went viral for an inflammatory "Inside Edition" interview, and Franklin Graham, son of legendary evangelical preacher Billy Graham — have been embroiled in controversy, one way or another. Copeland, a Texas evangelist, came under fire for a viral "Inside Edition" video in which he defended his three private jets. But he's not the only one to make headlines. Copeland justified his jet-setting by saying that he could not evangelize without the aircraft.

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In theory, it's a beautiful way to spread a message of faith to the masses. In practice, it seems to end disproportionately in hand-tailored suits that cost as much as a down payment on a mortgage and, in more than a few cases, prison. What's the deal?
The Osteens reach millions of viewers through weekly televised services at Houston-based Lakewood Church, which has at least 40, members, as well as Joel's best-selling books, worship events and radio show. Six days later, John Osteen died of a heart attack, and soon after Joel began preaching regularly. His legacy: How evangelical Christianity is different now than in Billy Graham's heyday. Lakewood Church is now the largest church in America with more than 50, members, according to ChristianPost.
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PERRO-CACHONDO

PERRO-CACHONDO

13.03.2021

fack

Killpopa

Killpopa

14.03.2021

Right before the Big Pary

Bi_Kinky

Bi_Kinky

14.03.2021

lets go.

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cabronbellaco

14.03.2021

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