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Billy Graham dead.
#1

Yup, he is gone.



I went a bit too far with the thread title, so I changed it.


After looking beyond the homophobia and antisemitism, its clear Graham did a lot of good in his life and also changed and owned up to the error of his ways as he grew older and times changed.


Still a controversial figure, but a hugely divisive one.

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#2
AYou’re oversimplying things. He did a lot of good as well. I think this thread is uncalled for.
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#3
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Originally Posted by User_32 View Post

You’re oversimplying things. He did a lot of good as well. I think this thread is uncalled for.

List all the 'good' shit he did....

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#4
Ahttps://www.npr.org/2018/02/21/136224476/americas-pastor-billy-graham-dies-at-99

Read a little. He inspired many for tolerance. He made mistakes but you know what, he owned up to them. He said when he was wrong and changed. There’s more in that than the extremes on both sides we see today.
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#5

Billy Graham's defense of desegregation alone is more than anything his son has ever done.



Of course, his son is a monster, soooo....

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https://www.npr.org/2018/02/21/136224476...dies-at-99

Read a little. He inspired many for tolerance. He made mistakes but you know what, he owned up to them. He said when he was wrong and changed. There’s more in that than the extremes on both sides we see today.

You are right on a lot of accounts here, but I think the homophobia and antisemitism outweight the good here.


The thread's title is a bit too much, so I'm changing it.

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#7

Graham, like the many 'preachers' before and after him are, simply put, professional liars.




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