Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham responded to a recent story of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby doubting God's presence in the wake of the Paris terror attacks, by stating that the Bible warns that things will only get worse.
Franklin Graham continues to bash Islam. Graham made his pronouncement on his Facebook page where he recalled various attacks by “Islamists.” “Their goal is world domination,” Graham wrote. “They want to control us—they want to destroy us. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to live under Islam. I will bow my knee [...]
Outspoken evangelist the Reverend Franklin Graham has stated that the attacks in Paris and Beirut have shown that "Islam has declared war on the world."
World Relief disagrees with half of US governors and Franklin Graham. In response to the terrorist attacks in Paris last week, 27 American governors have announced that they are closing their states to refugees attempting to relocate...Show More Summary
Evangelical preacher the Rev. Franklin Graham has responded to the terror attacks in Paris on Friday by stating that unchecked Muslim immigration to the U.S. could open the door to a repeat of such violence on American soil.
Franklin Graham is tired of the death and torture of Christians and others who are the victims of radical Islam. And he’s saying exactly what he thinks on Twitter. Read
The Rev. Franklin Graham has slammed French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo for mocking the Russian plane crash in Egypt which led to 224 deaths.
Next year, Franklin Graham will embark on the Decision America Tour and will visit all 50 states. He will be urging Christians to pray, vote and get involved in the
The Rev. Franklin Graham has shared a Facebook message celebrating his father, Billy Graham's, 97th birthday.
The Rev. Franklin Graham said the defeat of the Hilary Clinton-endorsed Houston "Equal Rights Ordinance," which would allow transgendered men to use women's bathrooms, in an "outrageous" referendum is a "victory and great news" for the Texan city.
Conservative Christian evangelist Franklin Graham, on a trip to Russia last week, praised President Vladimir Putin and the nation’s so-called gay propaganda law for “protecting Russian young people” and criticized LGBT-accepting U.S....Show More Summary
Anti-LGBT extremist Franklin Graham made headlines this week during a visit to Russia. He praised Russian President Vladimir Putin’s notorious anti-LGBT “propaganda” law and explained that the hateful legislation is used to “protect” children.
Visiting Russia last week, Franklin Graham reportedly praised Vladimir Putin for his “gay propaganda” law that makes it a crime to advocate for gays. In an interview with the Moskoviskij Komsomolets newspaper, Graham criticized President Obama for supporting “policies that contradict the teachings of God” and repeated his praise of Putin for “protecting Russian young people [...]
Franklin Graham met with Russian Orthodox leader Patriarch Kirill of Moscow earlier this week to discuss Christian persecution and the secularization of the West.
Evangelical preacher Franklin Graham has taken issue with Oprah Winfrey's new documentary series "Belief," and said it's wrong to suggest there are multiple paths to God.
Evangelist Franklin Graham has said that despite the genocide and various horrific human rights abuses being perpetrated on Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria, the world appears to be largely silent about the issue. Graham also called on prayers for the end of the "horrendous evil" being done in the name of religion.
A 6-foot-tall granite monument inscribed with the Ten Commandments was removed from the Oklahoma Capitol grounds on Oct. 6 after judges ruled that its placement on government land violated state law. Oklahoma's state constitution prohibits...Show More Summary
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham has taken to Facebook to speak out against an atheist organization that is threatening to file a lawsuit against a Kentucky town if it fails to remove a cross from atop a community water tower, which is located on the campus of a private Christian university.
Franklin Graham, the son of renowned evangelist Billy Graham and CEO of Samaritan's Purse, is calling out President Obama for what he deems as his failure to acknowledge the slaughter of Christians in the horrific mass shootings in Umpqua, Oregon, last Thursday.
Evangelical preacher Franklin Graham has compared the removal of Ten Commandments monuments from public property in the United States to the Islamic State terror group tearing down Christian symbols across the Middle East.