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05/03/2012

Billy Graham, 20th century: Crusades into living rooms; Billy Graham, 21st century: Crusades into bedrooms, marriages

by Jeremy Hooper

As a boy growing up in North Carolina, Matt Comer admired Billy Graham. Sadly, that ends today. Because of this:

Billy-Graham-Marriage-Amendment-Ad

Well Billy, many of us who grew up watching your televised crusades never thought you'd be doing this at 93 either. Guess we both have to reassess our expectations, values, support systems, and legacies.

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