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In the News (Mon 15 Jul 19)

  Billy Graham The False Prophet
Billy Graham is playing down the reported rift between his sons and says he's looking forward to the museum's opening next year.
Billy Graham suffers from Parkinson's disease and Ruth Graham is bedridden with degeneration of the spine.
Billy Graham is really a wild man, but instead of wearing animal skins and eating locusts, he wears an expensive, tailor-made suit and is transported around the world in a fleet of executive jets.
cnt10.tripod.com /graham.htm   (3970 words)

  Billy Graham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Graham was ordained a Southern Baptist minister in 1939.
Graham is close with his son, the Rev. Franklin Graham, who is also a highly visible Christian leader and is often viewed as a fundamentalist or even an extremist.
Graham presided over the graveside services for former president Lyndon Johnson in 1973 and took part in eulogizing the former president with former Texas Democratic governor John Connally, an LBJ protégé and fellow Texan who was wounded in the assassination that made LBJ president.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Billy_Graham   (4600 words)

 Billy Graham in Ottawa 1998
Billy Graham was in the UK in 1984 and I went to see him at the Norwich City stadium.
Torrey was one of Billy Graham’s professors and was a lawyer.
Gigi Graham Tchividjian, (Billy Graham’s daughter), was the speaker at this event in the Westin Hotel, supported by Ruth Fazal’s music and worship.
www.igs.net /~tonyc/bgrahamottawa.html   (3584 words)

 IBHOF / Billy Graham   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Graham, who fought most of his early fights in New York, didn't lose until 1945, when he dropped the first of two 10-round decisions to Tony Pellone.
It has been alleged that because Graham's management wouldn't sell an interest in his contract to underworld figures, the verdict was fixed.
Graham got another shot at Gavilan a year later in Havana, but lost a clear cut decision.
www.ibhof.com /graham.htm   (264 words)

 Billy Graham - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Raised as a Presbyterian, Billy Graham made a commitment to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ in 1934 during a Christian revival meeting conducted by Mordecai Ham.
Graham presided over the graveside services for former president Lyndon Johnson in 1973 and took part in eulogizing the former president with former Texas Democratic governor John Connally, an LBJ protege and fellow Texan who was wounded in the assassination that made LBJ president.
Graham was criticized for years by some evangelicals and fundamentalists for his inclusive message and his close relationship with the Catholic Church (especially with the late Pope John Paul II), because of the numerous doctrinal differences between Evangelicalism and Catholicism.
voyager.in /Billy_Graham   (1820 words)

 Billy Graham, Catholicism and Apostasy
When Billy Graham was on the Phil Donahue show on 10-11-79, he said that pope John Paul II was someone that he could quote with "some real authority." He also said that the world was looking for a spiritual leader and that the pope didn't pull any punches.
At Billy Graham's 1984 Vancouver, British Columbia crusade, the vice-chairman of the organizing committee said, "If a Catholic steps forward there will be no attempt to convert them and their names will be given to the Catholic church nearest their homes" (Vancouver Sun, Oct. 5, 1984).
Billy Graham even had a Catholic priest SUPERVISE the 6,600 counselors for the Denver crusade.
www.jesus-is-lord.com /billy.htm   (854 words)

 Superstar Billy Graham: Ring legend
Billy Graham's WWF (then the WWWF) World title reign might have started and ended in controversial manner, but his reign and effect in wrestling is still relevant today.
Graham, who was an established wrestler across the world, asked Coleman to become "a brother." Wayne Coleman then took the name Billy Graham based off Jerry Graham's last name and the famous evangelist Billy Graham.
Billy Graham was interested in creating a web page to help with the promotion of his book when he discovered a fan page.
www.canoe.ca /SlamWrestlingBiosG/graham_superstar.html   (2300 words)

 Billy Graham
The best-known Christian evangelist of the 20th century, Billy Graham gained world attention in 1949 with a tent revival in downtown Los Angeles that was scheduled for three weeks and lasted six.
Graham consulted and prayed with every U.S. president from Dwight Eisenhower to George Bush the younger -- a fact that solidified his popular status as the nation's preacher but also opened him to criticism.
Billy Graham - Graham, Billy (William Franklin Graham), 1918–, American evangelist, b.
www.infoplease.com /biography/var/billygraham.html   (343 words)

 USATODAY.com - The gospel of Billy Graham: Inclusion
Billy Graham has always been exceptional in his reach and success "precisely because he kept his eye on the good news.
Graham, a founder of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, was scrupulous about tracking funds long before the televangelism scandals of the 1980s.
Billy Graham always prayed "in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit" at nine presidential swearing-in ceremonies or related events.
www.usatoday.com /news/religion/2005-05-15-graham-cover_x.htm   (2126 words)

 BGEA: Spiritual Help
Billy Graham writes, "No one looks forward to the process of dying, of course; I think we all shrink back from the thought of the prolonged pain or lingering disability that often comes as we approach death."
Billy Graham writes, "The Bible tells us that human life is sacred; God gave it to us, and only God can take it away.
Billy Graham writes, "Christians in different parts of the world would have different answers to your question, because they each face different kinds of opposition."
www.billygraham.org /SpiritualHelp_Index.asp   (339 words)

 Billy Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association - Historical Background
Gradually, as Graham began to hold evangelistic rallies on his own, his work for YFC tapered off, and in 1948 he resigned from the staff, although he remained an active friend of the organization and served on its board of directors for a time.
Graham rarely answered critics, except to state that he felt his primary task, his calling from God, was to preach the Gospel, and he would accept help from anyone who did not place restrictions on his message.
In 1995, Graham's eldest son, William Franklin Graham III, was made vice chairman of the BGEA board and it was announced he would be his father's successor when the time came for Billy Graham to leave the ministry.
www.wheaton.edu /bgc/archives/bio.html   (4189 words)

 BGEA: Our Ministries: TV Specials
The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team — The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team deploys chaplains who bring a ministry of presence and prayer and appropriately share God’s love, comfort, and hope with those affected by a man-made or natural disaster.
Billy Graham Library — The Billy Graham Library lifts up the Name of Jesus Christ by looking at the man, the ministry, the message, and the mission of Billy Graham.
Billy Graham was moved by the plight of tsunami victims, and BGEA has worked to rebuild this “Village of Hope” in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.
www.billygraham.org /TV_Index.asp?QR=6&BA=619   (581 words)

 Billy Graham Crusades
Billy Graham is often at pains to distinguish himself from the band of preachers known as "televangelists," and his programs have typically been formulaic in the extreme.
Twelve years later, during his 1966 visit to London, Graham used Eidophor projection equipment to supply a television feed to beam his message into auditoriums and stadiums in British cities where the ground had been prepared as if he were going to be present for a full-scale live crusade.
The climax to these efforts and, in all probability, to Billy Graham's 50-year ministry, came in March, 1995, when the 76-year-old evangelist's distinctive voice and familiar message soared upward from his pulpit in Puerto Rico to a network of 30 satellites that bounced it back to receiving dishes in more than 165 countries.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/B/htmlB/billygraham/billygraham.htm   (1178 words)

 The Seattle Times: Nation & World: Billy Graham: Unrest over final resting place
Franklin Graham wants his parents to be buried near the Billy Graham Library, under construction in Charlotte, N.C. Ned Graham, the couple's younger son, objects to the site.
When Billy announced in 1947 that he wanted to become a full-time traveling evangelist, she insisted that they settle in Montreat, a hamlet in the Blue Ridge Mountains, so that she and the children could be near family.
Graham drew record crowds to his Billy Graham Crusades and became so popular that between 1950 and 1990, he appeared on the Gallup Organization's "Most Admired" list more often than any other American.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/nationworld/2003482859_graham18.html   (2360 words)

 Question - What Billy Graham Believes about Salvation.
Graham turned a deaf ear to them, and came to New York with the requirement that all churches should be invited to participate in the campaign.
If Billy Graham were to preach this biblical and complete doctrine of salvation, he would at once lose the support of the Roman Catholic leaders.
Shortly after Billy Graham denied that pagans are lost apart from the gospel in a 1978 McCall's Magazine interview, the world-renowned evangelist corrected his statement and reaffirmed his conviction that Jesus Christ is the only way of salvation.
www.biblebb.com /files/tonyqa/tc00-105.htm   (1824 words)

 Billy Graham's Bio - News Story - WSB Atlanta
Graham into the public eye, he has led hundreds of thousands of individuals to make personal decisions to live for Christ, which is the main thrust of his ministry.
Graham founded the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) in 1950 which was headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, until relocating to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2003.
Graham’s counsel has been sought by presidents, and his appeal in both the secular and religious arenas is evidenced by the wide range of groups that have honored him, including numerous honorary doctorates from many institutions in the U. and abroad.
www.wsbtv.com /news/10535542/detail.html   (1291 words)

 Billy Graham Exposed!
Yes, Billy Graham does do that--he brings the sinful tares together as one into a huge heap, ready to be burned and destroyed by the dreadful, consuming fire of the Lord at the Great White Throne Judgment.
Indeed, Billy Graham is possibly the world's most admired man--next to his pals Bill Clinton and Pope John Paul II, that is. And what the popular evangelist taught on May 31, 1997, on the Reverend Robert Schuller's worldwide TV program, has no doubt endeared Mr.
Thus we know that Billy Graham is a walking dead man, and all who believe in his wicked, foul message sadly remain foot soldiers in the legion of the dead.
www.jesus-is-savior.com /Wolves/billy_graham_exposed.htm   (1986 words)

 BILLY GRAHAM-- Billy Graham worships the Freemason's Phallic god!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Regarding Graham's stupid cover statements for the Marxists in the USSR circa 1982, it is only fair to say that he later retracted them in substance, but the damage in the USSR to churches was not cured.
If Billy Graham had, anywhere along the way, admitted that he took the Masonic oath, and if he had denounced it, this discussion would have been defused, and it would be a mute issue by now.
Billy Graham, Promise Keepers, Freemasonry, Islam, Zionist Kabbalism, and the Roman Whore are all cast in the same mold.
www.despatch.cth.com.au /Misc/Graham3.htm   (3276 words)

 Rick Warren's Ministry Toolbox   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (BP)--Billy Graham watched a special showing of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of Christ" and spoke with the Hollywood star about the decade-long spiritual journey that led to the film, according to a news release from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
During both visits, Graham became convinced of Gibson's deep sincerity and his desire that the movie be used to bring a new emphasis on the events of 2,000 years ago and their relevance today, the news release said.
Graham said he believes the timing will add to the spiritual impact the film may have on mainstream audiences.
www.pastors.com /article.asp?ArtID=5013   (359 words)

 Billy Graham & Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
However, it was the Los Angeles crusade which made Billy Graham a well-known figure, due in large part to media mogul William Randolph Hearst.
Graham himself wrote in his autobiography that that crusade “forever changed the face of my ministry and my life.” The Los Angeles crusade was dubbed the “Canvas Cathedral” due to the temporary tents that were set up to accommodate the crowds.
In this vivid passage, Graham elaborates on Edwards' point about the inability of human beings to save their own lives by using an account of a man with a germ-phobia.
edwards.yale.edu /graham   (3204 words)

 ReligionLink - Billy Graham: America's pastor
William Martin is the Harry and Hazel Chavanne Professor of Religion and Public Policy in the sociology department at Rice University in Houston, and senior scholar in the university's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy.
• Franklin Graham, the fourth child of Billy and Ruth Graham, is president, first vice chairman and chief executive officer of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and president of Samaritan's Purse, a relief organization.
Anne Graham Lotz is the founder and president of AnGeL Ministries, a teaching and speaking ministry based in Raleigh, N.C. She leads the "Just Give Me Jesus" women's revivals and "A Passionate Pursuit" women's retreats.
www.religionlink.org /tip_040614a.php   (2350 words)

 Billy Graham a blind leader and false teacher
Billy Graham is not hated by the world, but rather, by the admission of his own book, he is "beloved and respected" by the world, and "Hailed as the world's preacher." This alone is a mark of a false teacher.
Graham says, "that's not my calling," because he does not believe the gospel; that is, that you will indeed go to hell and suffer eternal torment if you do not receive Jesus Christ (Revelation 21:8).
Graham had a perfect opportunity to preach the true gospel to these people and call them to true repentance, but instead, Graham gave them nothing for their souls.
www.atruechurch.info /graham.html   (6329 words)

 Billy Graham - General Teachings/Activities
Graham, an ordained Southern Baptist (SBC), heads a $100 million a year evangelistic empire, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) (Graham is now paid $101,250 per year with a $33,750 housing allowance.) The BGEA also operates a 1,500 acre training center, "The Cove," located in Asheville, North Carolina.
Graham's call to "receive Christ," or "make the step of faith," or "come to Christ tonight," is general enough to allow Catholic leaders to insert their sacramental gospel into it.
Graham said that Kim had given the Graham party "a very lavish luncheon" during which he was "very warm and friendly." But, said Graham, he had no idea why he was invited to North Korea.
www.rapidnet.com /~jbeard/bdm/exposes/graham/general.htm   (10470 words)

 TIME 100: Billy Graham
William Franklin Graham Jr., known to all the world as Billy, is now 80 years old, and has been our leading religious revivalist for almost exactly 50 years, ever since his eight-week triumph in Los Angeles in the autumn of 1949.
Graham's finest moment may have been when he appeared at President Bush's side, Bible in hand, as we commenced our war against Iraq in 1991.
Graham is totally representative of American religious universalism.
www.time.com /time/time100/heroes/profile/graham01.html   (369 words)

 One Last Gotham Visit for Billy Graham - Christian History
His body racked by age and infirmities, Billy Graham will depend heavily on the Holy Spirit to endure his speaking schedule for the New York City crusade later this month.
This charitable yet honest response was a common leadership tactic for Graham, as shown by Harold Myra and Marshall Shelley in their forthcoming book, The Leadership Secrets of Billy Graham.
Graham declined invitations in 1951 and 1954 to preach in New York City, because he judged those invitations not representative of the city's diverse Christian makeup.
www.christianitytoday.com /history/newsletter/2005/jun17.html   (1369 words)

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