Don Lemon, in a guest host role on the Joy Behar Show, on Tuesday spoke with family members of televangelists Jim Bakker, Tammy Faye Bakker Messner and Oral Roberts.

Randy Roberts Potts, the grandson of Oral Roberts, told Lemon that he believed his grandfather accepted him.

“Well, he apparently knew I was gay. And about six months before he passed I went to visit him and we didn't talk about it, but he was wonderful to me. More gracious than he had been in my life. So, I feel strongly, you know, it was his way of kind of saying he still loved me no matter what.”

Potts knew at an early age that he was attracted to men – he announced at 18 that he was bisexual – but it wasn't until he was married to a college girlfriend that he announced he's gay.

He was ostracized for divorcing his wife in 2006. And was denied a seat in the family's seating section at his grandparents' funerals.

Lemon also spoke with Jay Bakker, the son of televangelists Jim Bakker and Tammy Faye Bakker Messner.

Bakker, who heads the gay-inclusive Revolution Church, said he does not believe being gay is a sin.

“I thought God hated me, until I was about 19-20 years old and started reading the Bible for myself and realizing that, 'Wow, the Bible really does have a lot of good news.' There's a lot of grace there, and a lot of the stuff I had seen before … didn't mesh. And so, I was really shocked that I was loved and accepted. And I wanted other people to experience that,” Bakker said. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)