Parents' Guide to

One Punk Under God

By Larisa Wiseman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Bakker son shares his spiritual journey; teens OK.

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While today's teens may not know much about the Bakker saga, they'll probably be able to relate to Jay's story in many ways -- feeling confined as a child (in his case, by the rigid structure of religion), wanting to express himself in his own unique way and make his own mark in the world, and wanting to mend relationships with a parent but not knowing how. Jay's honest, straightforward manner draws viewers in as he embarks on his emotional and spiritual journey.

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