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The Rev. Billy Graham announced last year that he would not hold any more religious crusades.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Rev. Billy Graham is planning another speaking engagement.
Graham, 87, announced last year that he would not hold any more religious crusades. But a spokesperson said Graham, if his health allows, will go to New Orleans in March and participate in an evangelical festival.
Lance, no, the poster is not idolatrous. However, if you look if it you will notice something wrong with it, and this is not right. Jesus was not an Anglo-Saxon. However, if you took time out from looking at the poster you would have read a good article. You can see the poster again, if you read one of the many good articles that the Ankerberg site has about Mary,
Speaking again of Billy Graham, one should go to the front page of the Ian Paisley site and the top 5 articles and read about Billy.
http://www.ianpaisley.org/main.asp It is a temptation to complain about the picture however. I assume one reason they use it is because it isn't copyrighted. As a side note, and it is almost worthy of a news article in itself here on SermonAudio. The Ankerberg organization won a multi-million dollar lawsuit. This makes for interesting reading for us who are interested in freedom of speech.
Unfortunately, the focus will towards Billy Graham and his organization probably more than anything else. I think he should his crusade during Marti Gras.
But inspite of my snide remark, and in spite of himself, Billy has been an instrument to lead people to Christ and many times back to the Catholic Church, sadly. John, whoever the ersatz John is he's got your style down very well.
What a great opportunity for someone like him to shift the focus of New Orleans citizens from physical loss to spiritual loss, especially now that they can greatly identify with the former...like Jesus did in Luke 13:1-5.
Hope/pray he takes full advantage of this opportunity.
All right. Who is posting comments using the name of John Yurich? I did not make those comments to Ernie yesterday and to Protestant a couple of minutes ago. Whoever is posting comments using the name of John Yurich stop it.
Stop stating that it matters what church someone who has received Christ as their Savior attends. It does not matter what church someone who has received Christ as their Savior attends. Anyone who receives Christ as Savior will go to Heaven even if they remain a Roman Catholic. Anybody with half a brain knows that anyone who receives Christ as Savior will go to Heaven. They will go to Heaven even if they remain a Roman Catholic. So stop stating that it matters what church someone who has received Christ as their Savior attends.
Simply repeating your compromise and rebellion does not make it acceptable before God.
I believe you have a deeply troubled conscience. I think that's the real reason you keep coming back to this site. If you simply disagreed with us, you'd give up and find something more useful to do. My guess is that deep down you are scared of standing before God on the day of judgement and having to account for your wilful contempt for the clear instruction of the Word of God. If you can't persuade us that your disobedience is acceptable, you have absolutly no hope of persuading God to accept it either.
Anyone who receives Christ as Savior will go to Heaven even if they remain a Roman Catholic. Anybody with half a brain knows what church someone belongs to will have no bearing on gaining entrance into Heaven. The only thing that Christ will require of everybody when they pass away is that they had received Him as their Savior. Christ will not be concerned about if someone did not belong to a Fundamentalist or Evangelical Church. I am a Roman Catholic who received Christ as my Savior. I will gain entrance into Heaven because the only thing that Christ will require of me when I pass away is that I received Him as my Savior. Christ will not be concerned that I did not belong to a Fundamentalist or Evangelical Church.