Televangelist

An evangelist who conducts regular religious services on television
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televangelist

[n] - an evangelist who conducts services on television
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televangelist

In North America, a fundamentalist Christian minister, often of a Pentecostal church, who hosts a television show and solicits donations from viewers. Well-known televangelists include Jim Bakker,...
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televangelist

noun an evangelist who conducts services on television
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televangelist

In North America, a fundamentalist Christian minister, often of a Pentecostal church, who hosts a television show and solicits donations from viewers. Well-known televangelists include Jim Bakker, convicted in 1989 of fraudulent misuse of donations, and Jimmy Swaggart
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Televangelist

A preacher who engages in televangelism (i.e., appearing on television to preach Christianity). Examples include Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, and Benny Hinn.
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