(RNS) — Ole Anthony, a small church pastor and activist who spent years investigating the lifestyles of rich and famous televangelists like Robert Tilton, Benny Hinn and Jan and Paul Crouch died Friday (April 16) at the age of 82.

Anthony, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2017, was the long-time president of the Dallas-based Trinity Foundation Inc., a nonprofit that helped the homeless, ran a radio show, held Bible studies, and eventually spent years investigating televangelists.

He was an advocate of “full contact Christianity,” a form of the faith that, he explained, went beyond church “niceness” and focused on a high level of commitment to following the teachings of Jesus. The foundation was named in the 1970s after the nuclear test site at Trinity

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