Still wrestling with the devil
- LOUISIANA: Gay right group: Investigate Swaggart tax exemption. // Gay & Lesbian Times;10/7/2004, Issue 876, p32
Reports on the request of the Capital City Alliance to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to investigate the tax-exempt status of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries. Claim of the alliance of the disqualification of the businesses of Swaggart when he said that he would kill any gay man who looked at him;...
- Swaggart Employee Arrested. // Christianity Today;03/06/2000, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p21
Deals with the arrest of John Clouser, an employee of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries (JSM) on charges of embezzling the ministry's money. Amount missing from the sale of a Texas property donated to the JSM; Background of his work at JSM; Retirement funds stolen by Clouser; Boxes found by the police...
- Evangelist. Lacefield, Patrick // Commonweal;5/8/87, Vol. 114 Issue 9, p279
Rev. Jimmy Swaggart has taken his evangelical crusade to El Salvador. Though El Salvador is 80 percent Catholic, the number of evangelical Protestants is growing. Catholic Church's difficulties recruiting priests, nuns, and lay workers. Anti-Catholic feeling among evangelicals.
- Swaggart's worst enemy. Clapp, R. // Christianity Today;6/17/88, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p17
Discussion of the rise and fall of Jimmy Swaggart's television evangelism in the wake of a sexual scandal. The role of the administrators of the Assemblies of God church; Swaggart seen as departing from the healing circle of that church by his return to television preaching in defiance of...
- Centerfold follies. Cryderman, L. // Christianity Today;3/17/89, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p17
Editorial. Considers the continuing effects of Jimmy Swaggart's sexual sin, as Catherine Mary Kampen has gone to `Penthouse' magazine with allegations of her own relationship with Swaggart. `Penthouse's' concern for destroying Christian ministryover being truthful.
- Jimmy Swaggart. // U.S. News & World Report;10/28/91, Vol. 111 Issue 18, p28
Highlights televangelist Jimmy Swaggart's transgressions of the past four years, which caused the popularity of his show to fall from the No. 1 slot to No. 7, watched by barely 400,000 households. His most recent fall from grace occurred last week, when he was stopped for driving on the wrong...
- The fall of Jimmy Swaggart. Kaufman, J.; Demaret, K. // People;3/7/88, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p34
On February 21, televangelist Jimmy Swaggart suspended his video ministry after confessing he met with a New Orleans prostitute. The elders of his Assemblies of God Church gave him a three-month suspension from his US pulpit (but left him free to honor his other commitments worldwide) and a...
- A sex scandal breaks over Jimmy Swaggart. Hackett, G.; Carroll, G. // Newsweek;2/29/1988, Vol. 111 Issue 9, p30
Recent charges of sexual misconduct against Jimmy Swaggart, America's most popular televangelist, may prove to be an even bigger blow to the televangelism industry than the Jim Bakker/Jessica Hahn scandal. Swaggart confessed his sin, and the Assemblies of God church is investigating and will...
- Free falling. Plummer, W.; Ridenhour, R. // People;11/4/91, Vol. 36 Issue 17, p57
Covers the latest woman trouble of televangelist Jimmy Swaggart, 56. On October 11 police discovered him consorting with prostitute Rosemary Garcia, 31. Previous problems; Congregation's reactions; Family's reactions.