I'm not big on fundamentalist preachers. But I did find Graham more
tolerable to listen to than many of those who came later.
Faith. It has nothing to do with religion. Billy graham kept his faith, largely
based on power and money. Wherever men had those, you could find a graham or
@Steve C. Warren "....Right up there with Joel Osteen and some of our great
LDS speakers such as . . . well, let me think about it."I'll answer for you: Jeffery R. Holland, Dieter F. Uchtdorf
@Steve Warren;Paul Dunn and Legrand Richards were both good
speakers; always fun to hear. The modern Mormon Monotone though, it puts
listeners to sleep though.
He is on shaky ground when he ventures into the political arena, but I like
Billy Graham and think he's a good man.I was glad to read in
the article: "Graham’s willingness to associate with liberal mainline
Protestants led to a break with Christian fundamentalists." Any break with
the fundamentalists is a good thing because they tend to be whack jobs.In the company of a friend, I saw Billy Graham speak at Sun Devil Stadium
around 1974. Great speaker. Right up there with Joel Osteen and some of our
great LDS speakers such as . . . well, let me think about it.