BILLY SUNDAY PERFORMS MASS BAPTISM - 1930 Pro baseball player turned evangelist Billy Sunday performs a mass baptism of black parishioners dunking one after another under the water. It's hard to tell if some of the saved are dancing for joy or just don't like the water as they splash about.
CANADIAN NATL EXHIBITION & REX HUMBARD The 1972 Canadian National Exhibition promotes the Carpenters, Johnny Cash, The Osmonds, and the Jackson 5, among other acts. Televangelist Rex Hubbard preaches to congregants.
Date: 1972 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:58:00, No Audio
BILLY GRAHAM MEETS SWINGING LONDON - HD During a month-long crusade in London, Billy Graham arrives in a Soho neighborhood to do some street preaching. Graham grabs a bullhorn. Cameraman find a sexy girl more interesting. She poses in cheesecake fashion on the hood of a car, presumably while Graham's voice booms in the background.
JIMMY SWAGGART'S CONFESSION The television evangelist, Jimmy Swaggart, confesses to having affairs in front of his congregation and his television viewers. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Date: 1988 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:54:00, With Audio
EVANGELIST SISTER AIMEE MCPHERSON - 1930S 1930s evangelist and media sensation Sister Aimee McPherson is the subject of a newspaper headline announcing: "Hot Gospeller Mrs. Aimee McPherson Big Drum Evangelism." Sister McPherson was also the founder of the Foursquare Gospel Church.
EVANGELIST BILLY SUNDAY - 1930S Pro baseball player turned influential evangelist Billy Sunday delivers a passionate sermon on meaning of true wealth noting that, "America needs a tidal wave of the old time religion." Brother Sunday then urges everyone to, "Join me in a pledge that you will never rest until this whole God hating, Christ hating, whiskey soaked, Sabbath breaking, blaspheming infidel bootlegging old world is bound to the cross of Jesus Christ by its own chains of love."
FORMER PASTOR TED HAGGARD RESIGNS FROM NEW LIFE CHURCH - 2006 Ted Haggard, founder and former pastor of the New Life Church in Colorado, was accused of homosexual sex and drug abuse by a male prostitute leading to his resignation from the church. Haggard initially denied everything but admits to reporters while seated in an SUV with his wife that he did buy methamphetamine but didn't use it. Haggard also resigned from the National Association of Evangelicals noting that, "Both of those roles are based on trust and right now my trust is questionable."
Date: November 5, 2006 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:29:00, With Audio
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