Tag Archives: Billy Graham
Billy Graham as an endorser?
I’ve wondered about the statements attributed to Billy Graham lately concerning politics. I was wondering if it was more Franklin and less Billy. Why, after all these years of ministering to Democrats and Republicans, does he turn to these endorsements now?
In an interview with Billy Graham, they asked if he could go back and do anything over, what would it be? His answer is interesting: Yes, of course. I’d spend more time at home with my family, and I’d study more and preach less. I wouldn’t have taken so many speaking engagements, including some ofContinue reading “Do-Over”
Thoughts About “Icons”
Recent blog activity has been caught up in a discussion over the Manhattan Declaration. This is a statement coming from Catholics, Orthodox, and Evangelicals concerning three major points about our current culture in America. The debate is over whether this is just some right wing political move or it’s legitimate. Some of the disagreement comesContinue reading “Thoughts About “Icons””
Church Fights You Can’t Quite Believe…
There are church fights, and then there are church fights. Sometimes there is a dispute that causes one to truly think about the issues. This one baffled me a bit. Tullian Tchividjian, Billy Graham’s grandson, was elected new pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian where D. James Kennedy had been pastor for many years. This storyContinue reading “Church Fights You Can’t Quite Believe…”