The controversial Christian evangelical is getting his own reality project on the cable network. Ted Haggard: Scandalous will air as a one-hour special on the network.
Haggard was the head of the National Association of Evangelicals, leading 30 million followers across 45,000 churches, when he was caught having an affair with a male prostitute. He also admitted he had been using crystal meth.
Hmmm, right idea, wrong network, which is completely secular, perhaps Teddy can appear on the show, "My Strange Addiction"? that is on The Learning Channel, and explain how Psychology rather than God helped him? Psychology is not How to Have Victory Over Sin.
The unbiased media once again runs a story with "Christian evangelical...male prostitute...crystal meth" - when was the last time a true evangelical pastor who believes the Bible and preaches the gospel was ever mentioned in the news?