Religious Broadcasters Interview Collection 2000-2001


Religious Broadcasters Interview Collection, 2000-2001

Religious Broadcasters Interview Collection 2000-2001

Interviews with significant or influential religious media figures including televangelists and radio and television talk show hosts. Notable names include Jim Bakker, Rabbi Boruch Shlomo Cunin, Al-Haaj Ghazi Khankan, Pat Robertson, John Spong, Elizabeth Thoman.

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McSweeny, Thomas J. (person)

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Ilott, Pamela (person)

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