In a social media post Thursday, Franklin Graham called Ireland "a once staunchly religious country" that is now a "light shining in the wrong direction."
The Rev. Franklin Graham has spoken out on a case concerning a Marine Corporal who was court-martialed for refusing to remove a Bible verse from her computer at work, stating that it shows that there is no tolerance in culture for Christians.
Following in the footsteps of evangelical leader Franklin Graham, former American Family Association spokeshater Bryan Fischer warned on his radio program of the "moral catastrophe" should the Boy Scouts of America end its ban on gay leaders as BSA president...
"Robert Gates, shame on you for not having the moral courage to do what is right. Yesterday Gates, the president of Boy Scouts of America, called for an end to the group’s ban on gay troop leaders. What are you thinking? We shouldn’t...Show More Summary
Franklin Graham, son of anti-gay evangelical leader Billy Graham, is speaking out against Boy Scouts of America president Robert Gates and his call for the BSA to end its ban on gay adult leaders. Wrote Graham on Facebook: Robert Gates,...
Prominent evangelist Franklin Graham wants Ruth Bader Ginsburg to finally “see the truth of Scripture” and vote against same-sex marriage as the Supreme Court gears up to rule on the matter next month. Graham, who is the son of famous...Show More Summary
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham has spoken out against a Virginia school district that's weighing a curriculum change to its family life classes that focus on educating students on the "fluid spectrum" of sexuality, which would include teaching the concept that one's sexuality "evolves" throughout his or her lifetime.
As the Supreme Court continues its deliberation on the upcoming decision on gay marriage, Franklin Graham is using social media this week to plea for Christians to pray of the justices of the hight court by name.
Franklin Graham has posted the seventh in his Twitter series of daily anti-gay marriage prayers for members of the Supreme Court. Still to come: Breyer and Thomas.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has said that atheist groups are attempting to "bully Christians into silence" after the Military Religious Freedom Foundation called for an Air Force general to be court-martialed for giving credit to God at a National Day of Prayer event.
Christian evangelist Franklin Graham invited his Facebook followers to pray for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday, saying they should pray that her eyes “would be opened to the truth of Scripture” and vote against marriage equality, Inquisitr reports. But Ginsburg is Jewish and...
Franklin Graham has been tweeting a daily prayer for each of the Supreme Court Justices.
Graham is tweeting a prayer about each justice this week. One per day.
Franklin Graham articulated what many Christians (and others) are thinking about the now-notorious Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest that Pamela Geller and I organized in Garland, Texas, and that was attacked by jihadis: “The organizers of the cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, had the constitutional right to do what they did—but just because we […]
The Rev. Franklin Graham said in a recent interview that when it comes to the American political system, he has no faith in the Democratic Party, Republican Party or the Tea Party. Instead, he called on Christians to go out and vote and run for office in the upcoming 2016 elections.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has said that the U.S. Supreme Court's upcoming decision on whether to legalize same-sex marriage across America or allow states to continue to make their own decisions will "rank as the most historic and far-reaching...Show More Summary
Franklin Graham, the head of nonprofit Samaritan's Purse, said he was discouraged by the impetus behind the draw Muhammad event in Garland, Texas, which some claim sparked the attack from two Muslim gunmen, allegedly affiliated with the terror group ISIS.
Several prominent Christian leaders including recently declared 2016 GOP presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum, Pastor John Hagee, and Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse say if the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage next month they have no plans to honor that law.
Franklin Graham is so not anti-gay, he's willing to literally have his head chopped off to stop LGBT rights.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has defended Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council, calling him a "great American and a strong Christian" after CBS's "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer suggested that he has taken his stance on marriage "too far" and pointed out that the Southern Poverty Center has branded his organization an "anti-gay hate group."