Franklin said that Obama was from the seed of a Muslim. He didnt seem to mince words and it was understood that (at least in my eyes) that he doesnt like Obama too much.
Americans of every faith — and none — were accustomed to Billy Graham, who used more inclusive language at civic events, such as Lord, God, Father, than he did at crusades intended for winning souls to Christ.
Religion historian Martin Marty says Billy "never left the integrity of the Gospel but never needed to be in your face about it."
Franklin, on the other hand, is the same wherever he stands, civic podium or church pulpit, because "I stand for nothing but this," he says, Bible aloft again. "That's just how I'm wired."
Answer by Kaelansmom at 12:43 AM on Aug. 30, 2010
Answer by ObbyDobbie at 1:30 AM on Aug. 30, 2010
I think these are his deep seeded beliefs and he is strong in what he believes. I've never been a follower of Billy Graham and I know less about his son. Even if my beliefs didn't match up with Billy Graham's all the time he seems like a good person.
It's hard to judge Franklin Graham by a few words in a speech, but he appears to be very anti-Muslim and a jerk, but without hearing more of his speech and knowing more about him I can't say what motivates him.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 5:39 AM on Aug. 30, 2010
Answered in the other section.
He and his father share bigotry...His Dad is an anti Semite
Answer by sweet-a-kins at 11:08 AM on Aug. 30, 2010
Answer by ObbyDobbie at 11:16 AM on Aug. 30, 2010
Answer by Laura2U at 12:11 PM on Aug. 30, 2010
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Answer by witchqueen at 2:09 PM on Aug. 30, 2010