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Paul Crouch died of heart failure on Saturday, at 79.

Forty years ago, he founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network, now the country’s most successful religious TV enterprise.

Koper, chauffeurs, sound engineers and others had been ordained as ministers by TBN.

This, she said, allowed the network to avoid paying Social Security taxes on their salaries and made it easier to justify providing family members with rent-free houses, sometimes called “parsonages.”Which is technically true, as the assets in question, such as homes and private planes, are provided by TBN, whose board is stacked with family members.

DMI has to our knowledge currently the only book in publication exposing TBN and the Crouch family.

Crouch died Saturday November 30, 2013, he was 79 years old.

Pastor Jack Hayford, whose services at the Church on the Way in Van Nuys were broadcast on TBN for more than 30 years, said: “It is no exaggeration of terms to describe Dr.

Tucked in a dark corner of our basement storage room, there is a big, clear Rubbermaid stuffed with the artifacts of my youth. I was surprised at the way this seemed to strike a chord with readers.

It’s so full that the lid doesn’t close all the way, which isn’t great. It occurred to me, as I read the comments and dug through the remnants of my own evangelical youth, that there is an entire subset of us that operate from a distinct cultural plane.

DMI has to our knowledge currently the only book in publication exposing TBN and the Crouch family.

Crouch died Saturday November 30, 2013, he was 79 years old.

Pastor Jack Hayford, whose services at the Church on the Way in Van Nuys were broadcast on TBN for more than 30 years, said: “It is no exaggeration of terms to describe Dr.

Tucked in a dark corner of our basement storage room, there is a big, clear Rubbermaid stuffed with the artifacts of my youth. I was surprised at the way this seemed to strike a chord with readers.

It’s so full that the lid doesn’t close all the way, which isn’t great. It occurred to me, as I read the comments and dug through the remnants of my own evangelical youth, that there is an entire subset of us that operate from a distinct cultural plane.

I went down and dug the whole thing out a few weeks ago, after I wrote on the anomaly of the Christian bookstore and the strange mix of nostalgia and angst it elicits in me.