Q & A: Franklin Graham on Obama’s Birth, Trump, & Faith | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction

Q & A: Franklin Graham on Obama’s Birth, Trump, & Faith | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction.

Franklin Graham, a loose canon and irresponsible cheap talker that brings shame to his great father. What a pity!

I am glad I am not working for Samaritan Purse.

Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

4 thoughts on “Q & A: Franklin Graham on Obama’s Birth, Trump, & Faith | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction”

    1. Totul. Vorbeste gura fara el si apoi nu stie cum sa dreaga busuiocul. E mai rau ca un adolescent necopt si apucat. mare deosebire fata de taica-su. Sincer, ma tem ca0i cam ;lipseste o doaga. Daca nu era fiul lui Billy Graham ar fi fost un ilustru anonim in penibilul lui.

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  1. Look at the way he answered this question … Richard Land says that the idea that Obama is a Muslim or is not born in the U.S. is “flat nuts”? How would you respond to his comments?

    He mentioned Sharia Law like 5 times, at least. And the question was not even about Sharia Law. But Graham wanted to speak on that, and repeat the same thing 3 times … it is ILEGAL in the US to have Sharia Law.

    This guy has not even 10% of the class and diplomacy of his father. Sometimes he says things like “nuca in perete.”

    I love what Samaritan Purse is doing across the world, I am not appreciative of how convoluted and disorganized F. Graham speaks (is he a preacher, political analyst, social help fundraiser, or WHAT ?)

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