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Why Ruth Graham’s Tribute to Billy Graham Resonated With So Many

I had the great privilege of attending the incomparable Billy Graham’s funeral and memorial service on Friday March 2nd here in Charlotte. Every Christian I have visited with about the celebration of Dr. Graham’s homegoing was both moved and inspired by the service. The tone of the entire event was set by the following quote printed […]

Billy Graham’s ‘Missed Opportunities’: A Response

Imagine my surprise, disappointment and chagrin when I went online to read the New York Times a few days ago and encountered an op-ed titled “Billy Graham’s Missed Opportunities” (Feb. 21, 2018). The author, David Hollinger, is professor emeritus of history at the University of California at Berkeley and the author of several well-received works […]

Graham Was the Greatest Evangelist in the Christian Church since the Apostle Paul

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text] I am sad for us, but I am happy for Billy Graham. The Apostle Paul told us that to live is Christ and to die is to gain more of Him (Phil. 1:21). I am confident the first words Billy Graham heard when he entered into glory were “well done, thy good […]

The Nature of Apologetics

By Dr. Richard Land,  Recently I read an article titled “Apologetics: Preaching to the Choir” by a former evangelical, Neil Carter. Neil begins his article with the claim that “Apologetics isn’t for the lost; it’s for the already saved.” He goes on to state, “The only people who are ever impressed with the arguments therein […]

Got Questions? Get Answers at Carowinds’s Christian Music Day

Have you ever been asked a question that you didn’t know how to answer? I’m not talking about comic-book or movie trivia, but specifically questions about Christianity. If you are a Christian in the information age, I can guarantee that all of us, especially if we are serious about sharing our faith, have been challenged […]