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The life and faith of the Rev. Billy Graham

The Rev. Billy Graham led more than 400 evangelical revivals in over 185 countries and counseled a dozen U.S. presidents. He has an unsullied reputation for high personal and organizational ethical standards, was an early proponent of contemporary Christian music, condemned racism as a sin and promoted ethnic and Christian denominational diversity. In recognition of his 94th birthday in November 2012, Religion Newswriters, a nonprofit organization that promotes quality in religion news reporting, produced a resource page that offers highlights and background on Graham’s life, a list of recent articles and blog posts by and about him, biographies on his family, links to his biographers and an extensive list of scholars who study evangelism. Find just about all you need to know about the Rev. Billy Graham in this one resource.



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