"He vigorously denies any financial misconduct on the part of Jim Bakker; he acknowledges that his dad "made some mistakes" but neglects to detail just what those were.
Most disturbingly, Bakker's vision of redemption for his family takes the form of their triumphant return to the public eye. He couldn't be more excited about his mother's starring role in the camp documentary The Eyes of Tammy Faye. Any irony implicit in that film is lost on Jay Bakker. To him, God's favor shows in sister Tammy Sue gearing up for a gospel singing career, father Jim plotting to return to his role as shepherd of the airwaves, Jay's own face in Rolling Stone magazine. For a guy who claims publicity destroyed his life, he's awfully hungry for more.
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