MONTREAT, N.C. - John McCain met Sunday with evangelist Billy Graham and his son, Franklin, at the family's mountaintop retreat.
The Republican presidential candidate, who is actively courting religious voters and trying to reassure skeptical conservatives, visited privately with the Grahams on the grounds of Little Piney Cove in the Blue Ridge Mountains in western North Carolina.
"We had a very excellent conversation. I appreciated the opportunity to visit with them," McCain said after the 45-minute meeting....
Ah, The Truth, I'm only speaking in a relative way, since Hagee, since there is a future for Israel, however, how wrongly he misinterprets it, What Will Become of Israel?. Hagee as compared to the other non-Christian, Billy, just makes him a better choice to associate with, even from a political standpoint. But, no, I don't think either Hagee or Graham would be invited to speak at my church --thank God!
Ah, Lance, those things essential? For a Christian, yes, but of secondary importance compared to the creature called the Roman Catholic Church.
Lance Eccles wrote: Interesting. I've never heard of this doctrine, especially since the RCC considers all those things essential.
If the RCC considers all those things essential, why do they place icons, relics, robes, liturgy, rosaries, church dogma, prelacy, and tradition as essential to worship and even greater than scripture itself. These are the tail that wags the dog in your religion. Why must they consider that the truth can not be revealed from the Bible alone? Therefore, your very worship loudly contradicts the sufficiency of the truth of scripture.