Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Real Records You May Have Missed #13
In his autobiography, I Was Wrong, Bakker claimed from the beginning that his downfall had been orchestrated by enemies inside and outside his ministry.
"I sorrowfully acknowledge that seven years ago ... I was wickedly manipulated by treacherous former friends and colleagues who victimized me with the aid of a female confederate. They conspired to betray me into a sexual encounter at a time of great stress in my marital life. ... I was set up as part of a scheme to co-opt me and obtain some advantage for themselves over me in connection with their hope for position in the ministry."
So Jim Bakker admitted to being a puppet...and he blames everyone else, but never himself.