The PBS series “American Experience” explores Billy Graham in a fascinating two-hour documentary premiering May 17, offering an authoritative look at Graham's life and ministry, from his beginnings as a dairy farmer’s son from Charlotte, North Carolina, to his death in February 2018 at age
Decades after his death, White evangelicals finally came to recognize King’s contribution to American democracy and biblical justice. But during his lifetime, a large segment of the American church derided King and other activists and even resisted the aims of the civil rights movement.
After the Oklahoma City bombing, Billy Graham offered words on hope and justice. A quarter-century later, his son instead inflames partisan divides following an attack on the U.S. Capitol. Like the sons of the biblical prophet Samuel, Franklin appears unable to carry the mantle of
Jerushah Dufor argues that by supporting Donald Trump, evangelical leaders are failing us and failing the gospel. And she says Christian women must step up where our church leaders won't.
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A life-sized statue of Baptist evangelist Billy Graham will be installed in the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall collection sometime next year, replacing a statue of a white supremacist that both the state of North Carolina and the U.S. House want removed.
On a somber Sunday 25 years ago, the late Rev. Billy Graham shook off the flu to try and explain how a loving God could have allowed the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building to occur. But Graham — America’s
(RNS) — Several recent examples demonstrate an atypically religious — and particularly Christian — impeachment process, with lawmakers, faith leaders and even members of the same famous evangelical family invoking the Almighty while making the case for and against the president.
How will evangelist Billy Graham be remembered? And is his son Franklin damaging the religious leader's legacy with his excessive politicizing for the Republican Party and Donald Trump?
(RNS) — Anne Graham Lotz's journey has been a tough one lately: A year ago, three years after the death of her husband and six months after the funeral of her famous evangelist father, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. But she has refused to
Since the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College opened with Billy Graham's blessing in 1980, more than 19,000 scholars, journalists and other researchers from around the world have done work there. With materials being transported to Charlotte, scholars have warned that this move