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Billy Graham and His Friends: A Hidden Agenda?

Criticism of Billy Graham and Others by Cathy Burns

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  • Aug 13, 2009
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Ms. Cathy Burns casts stones on a large number of people and organizations who have done a great deal of good in our world which certainly hungers for the kindness and generosity of others. I wonder what kind of book Ms. Burns would have written if she had been searching for the goodness in Billy Graham and his friends?

How uplisting and inspirational the exact opposite of the book Ms. Burns wrote would be!

My global comment to Ms. Burns?  Is that so?

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When I am not writing or painting or teaching, I am reading, literally hundreds of non-fiction books every year. Why? Because I love learning from other people's journeys. Authors work hard to bring … more
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William Franklin "Billy" Graham, Jr. is an American evangelist and an Evangelical Christian. He has been a spiritual adviser to multiple United States presidents and was number eight on Gallup's list of admired people for the 20th century. He is a Southern Baptist. He rose to celebrity status due to his sermons being broadcast on radio and television.

Graham has preached in person to more people around the world than any other Protestant in history. As of 2008, Graham's lifetime audience, including radio and television broadcasts, topped 2.2 billion.

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ISBN-10: 1891117173 (pbk.)
ISBN-13: 9781891117176 (pbk.)
Author: Cathy Burns
Publisher: Sharing
Date Published: November 2001
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