Franklin stated that Obama was from the Seed of a muslim. And that he guesses that since Obama stated that he was a Christian that we have to go along with that.
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."
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He is a bigot just as his father was. Who was caught making anti semetic remarks,,,,
In President Richard M. Nixon's Oval Office, the Rev. Billy Graham did not mince words in describing his feelings about Jewish people and the news media: ''This stranglehold has got to be broken or this country's going down the drain.
In the conversation with President Nixon, the evangelist complained about what he saw as Jewish domination of the news media.
''You believe that?'' Nixon asked in response.
''Yes, sir,'' Mr. Graham said.
''Oh, boy. So do I,'' Nixon said. ''I can't ever say that, but I believe it.''
''No, but if you get elected a second time, then we might be able to do something,'' Mr. Graham said.
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