Tuesday, May 29, 2007


Today, Tuesday May 29, One Punk Under God has been released on DVD. It includes outtakes, a photo gallery and original trailer. You can order your copy by clicking here.

One Punk Under God

Enter the riotous and righteous world of punk rock evangelist and preacher’s son Jay Bakker--where church is a smoke-filled bar, and tattoos and piercings an expression of faith. This original six-part series from Sundance Channel is the roller coaster story of the son of infamous televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, whose Christian empire collapsed amid scandal. ONE PUNK UNDER GOD plunges into Jay Bakker’s candid and unorthodox ministry, and his bittersweet relationships with his cancer-afflicted mother and estranged father. Jay honestly, and sometimes painfully, explores a more tolerant Christianity where malcontents and misfits can worship in their own way. With a wife who wants him out of the ministry, conservative backers who are uncomfortable with his evolving stance on homosexuality, and personal demons to battle, Jay’s journey is a modern day parable of forgiveness and virtue.



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