Graham's friendship with the world is a cautionary tale.
You're right. It really was a shameful thing to do. If Billy Graham has lost a few of his marbles, you would at least THINK that his son, Franklin, might have steered dear old dad away from hosting these reprobates on "his" stage. What an utterly dreadful message that sent. What an embarrassing way to end his evangelizing career.
He should have quit while he was ahead, because I really believe that a lot of evangelicals are going to be very upset about this.
Thanks for your comments.
Billy Graham lived his life as Billy Graham felt the Lord wanted him to.
Of course he made mistakes as he is human - but that man gave his heart and soul trying to do the Lord's will.
And, because of how he lived his life, he is respected over all the world. He is a minister - not a politician. He does not seek to judge man, he seeks to bring the gospel to men.
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The man who will stand for everything will fall for anything!
Blessings -- Brian