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Evangelicals and Jews
« on: December 09, 2013, 04:43:07 PM »

Ch. 11

Jessica Hahn

Unable to conclusively verifiy if she's a Jew.  However, she was born on Long Island, deep in Jew territory.  Appeared on Howard Stern several times and took up with Hollywood Jew Ron Leavitt.  So, draw your own conclusions.

the temptress who attained fleeting fame in March 1987 by bringing down evangelical minister Jim Bakker for sexual dalliance, threw more than Bakker's multimillion dollar PTL empire into crisis.  She focused attention, in the waning years of the Reagan presidency, on the turmoil in the evangelical Christian movement in America.  The televison-driven industry had previously managed to function surprisingly free of public scrutiny

It certainly didn't escape from Jew scrutiny though.

considering its $2 billion a year income from audiences among the country's poorer communities.

Such things really attract Jew attention.

Once the Bakker-Hahn scandal broke, the Internal Revenue Service took an interest in the possiblities of irregularities in both collection and dissemination of funds in many churches that prospered with televangelists.

Thus began the process of herding the flock into Christian Zionism. 

The movement had stayed out of trouble for so long because it showed a remarkable lack of prejudice and minority hatreds that had characterized earlier Southern fanaticism.

Typical in that Jews are never considered fanatical or extremist.

It does get interesting here.

In fact, a Jew, Howard Phillips, was one of the founders of the Moral Majority, which originally yoked conservative politics onto the soaring chariot of televised evangelism to produce the political movement in 1979.

So, the seeds of the so-called "neo-conservative" movement were sown long ago.