God is in conrtol. How would you react if the elevator on which you were riding–high above the ground floor of an old office building–suddenly stopped moving, then jerked violently
The Rev. Franklin Graham, head of Samaritan's Purse and son of renowned evangelist Billy Graham, feels that other religions are being brought to the forefront in the U.S. while Christianity is being pushed back.
Last week Franklin Graham the evangelical heir to Billy Graham gained a lot of attention by criticizing Duke University for its announcement to call the adhan from the Chapel for Friday Muslim prayers. Unfortunately Graham has little...Show More Summary
Last week, under pressure from Christianist Franklin Graham and vague, anonymous threats of violence, Duke University withdrew a plan to let a student group broadcast the Muslim call to prayer from the the chapel tower once a week. Saletan shakes his head: Administrators should have thought through the tower idea more carefully before proposing it. […]
Franklin Graham told Muslims that in Jesus Christ’s name they can be forgiven when he participated in a panel interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News. According to Christian Today, Graham went on to assure Muslims that they do not have...Show More Summary
Billy Graham is very weak as he's 96 years old, but his mind is still clear and he talked a little about his preaching in Wisconsin after a recent football game between the Packers and the Cowboys, his son, Franklin Graham, said.
Young Turks host Cenk Uygur blasted the Rev. Franklin Graham on Friday for contributing to the cancellation of a planned Muslim prayer event at Duke University, accusing him of the kind of religious absolutism Graham claims to oppose. “There’s not a question about it. Franklin Graham is...
Call-to-prayer controversy has university debating whether its chapel is a Christian space. Duke University’s reversal of today’s plan to broadcast the Muslim call to prayer from its historic chapel tower has reinvigorated a debate over...Show More Summary
Franklin Graham is no stranger to anti-Islam bigotry. He's previously called Islam "an evil and wicked religion" and vehemently objected to Muslims offering Jummah at the National Cathedral. Duke University, meanwhile, is no stranger to pluralism and tolerance. Show More Summary
While I appreciate Duke University’s initial agreement to broadcast the Muslim call to prayer once a week, its quickly succumbing to the racist blatherings of Franklin Graham and the anti-Islam fanatics that dominate the American right show both that the acceptance of Islam anywhere in American society is tenuous at best and that college and […]
Duke University has decided to cancel its Muslim call to prayer, which would have begun this Friday, Jan. 16, after receiving public backlash and a credible threat to students.
The call to prayer would have played from the chapel each Friday. Upset Evangelist Franklin Graham ordered donors to withdraw their support.
Duke University has come under fire for making the decision air the Muslim call to prayer on Friday, beginning this week; Rev. Franklin Graham has come out against the school's decision.
People have been reacting in different ways to the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Some have been using the terrorist attack as an excuse to further clamp down on free speech and
While discussing Islamic terrorism last night on Hannity, Rev. Franklin Graham personally addressed members of the Muslim faith and invited them to convert to Christianity. He also told them they did not have to murder somebody to please God. Graham … Continue reading ?
I know what Franklin Graham means to say in this Tweet he made yesterday, but it's still important to point out the implications of his statement, because it goes to the heart of what's wrong with his brand of faith:
Evangelical Christian Reverend Franklin Graham was on Fox News’ The Kelly File recently and the discussion revolved around a topic cherished at Fox: Christian persecution. But not the usual December horrors, like “my grocer said ‘Happy Holidays!” Instead, while Graham and Megan Kelly were sparse on specifics, they referenced some real examples of Christians in [Read More...]
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The Rev. Franklin Graham says Christians should never deny Jesus Christ in order to spare their lives from slaughter by terrorists, such as ISIS, and further asserts that doing so would be a betrayal against martyrs who stood strong for their faith, despite persecution.
The Rev. Franklin Graham, president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritans Purse, says the government's attacks against Christianity and bans on traditional Christmas themes while society glorifies sin is "like little children shaking their fist at Almighty God."