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The ‘Religious Affections’ of Billy Graham’s Evangelism
On the evangelist’s 99th birthday, we look at the role desire played in so many decisions for Christ.
When Billy Graham Went to New York CitySubscriber Access Only
His 1957 crusade proved to be a historic confrontation with segregation, fundamentalism, and mainline theology.
Billy Graham Trades in Microphone for Pen, Saying No to LondonSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Conservatives shift Gonzales criticism to recusal concerns, Canada's top Catholic warns on church-state relations after legal gay marriage, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Doing the Numbers at Billy's CrusadeSubscriber Access Only
Plus: evangelicals in Iraq, Episcopal Church censured by Anglican Communion, Baptists end Disney boycott, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Billy Does It AgainSubscriber Access Only
New York celebrates Graham's enduring importance.
Jesus and JusticeSubscriber Access Only
How Billy Graham tactfully led evangelicals on race at his first New York City crusade.
Billy Graham Preaches Through Four-Night Crusade in Kansas CitySubscriber Access Only
George Beverly Shea, recovering from heart attack, misses his first crusade since 1947.
Evangelicalism: Billy Graham steps into Cincinnati's racial divide.Subscriber Access Only
Evangelist calls for racial healing
Graham Plans Summer CrusadeSubscriber Access Only
In spite of health concerns, 82-year-old evangelist continues to preach in U.S.
Indianapolis: Graham Touts Muscular ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
Sports stars, Graham put grit in the gospel.
Evangelism: Graham Uses 'Net to Fish for MenSubscriber Access Only
Graham Journeys to Cyberspace
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Embracing Our Transgender Neighbors on God’s Terms
Embracing Our Transgender Neighbors on God’s Terms
We should seek their well-being—but also prepare for strong disagreement on what that entails.
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