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Who is Billy Graham? Does Billy Graham's ministry promote Biblical teachings, ecumenical doctrines or a false gospel?

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Billy had the gift of an Evangelist. His role was not founding churches, not that of a pastor, but spreading the Gospel to as many people who would hear him.

Ephesians 4:10-12 (King James Version)

10He that descended is the same also that ascended up far above all heavens, that he might fill all things.)

11And he gave some, apostles, and some, prophets, and some, evangelists, and some, pastors and teachers,

12For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:
---Donna66 on 9/10/09

What would an apostle do. They would move to an area for a few years, establish a church, disciple the people, and ordain bishops and workers. Later, they would do the same thing somewhere else. On occasion, they would visit, send an associate to, or a letter to, those cities again. Despite persecution, Christ's Church grew phenomenally. $100,000,000 a year supporting Missionaries will do more for the Kingdom, than the same amount supporting B.G.E.A.
Matthew 10:1, 8, 28:19-20, Mark 16:17-18, Luke 9:1, 10:8-9, John 14:12-14, Ephesians 4:11-13, 2Timothy 4:1-5.
---Glenn on 9/10/09

Glenn says: >>>>>Neither Jesus, nor the Apostles, passed on their responsibilities to others though.<<<<

The Bible says:

2 Timothy 2:2
And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.

Who is right? Glenn or the Bible?
---Cluny on 9/10/09


>>>>>Neither Jesus, nor the Apostles, passed on their responsibilities to others though.<<<<

What did Jesus tell His disciples? (Jhn 20:21) Then said Jesus to them again, Peace [be] unto you: as [my] Father hath sent me, even so send I you.

Jhn 15:27 And ye also shall bear witness, because ye have been with me from the beginning.

Even when Jesus left for His Heavenly home,He sent Someone to "follow up".

Jhn 15:26 But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, [even] the Spirit of truth, which proceedeth from the Father, he shall testify of me:

A new convert needs prompt follow up, teaching and discipling. Isn't this a function of the local church?
---Donna66 on 9/10/09

Mark V>>> said it well! When God wants to save a person He will save a person!
---catherine on 9/10/09

It never the person who saves, it is God who saves. When God wants to save people He will save them. Whether one or a hundred at a time. And they will be saved since it is He who changes the heart of the lost. Even in the times in the early church, God was always saving a remnant for Himself. The actions of Billy Graham did not stop God from saving who He so wanted to save.
While Billy Graham might not have been solidly grounded in the later years as many here say, he accomplished what God wanted him to accomplish. No more, no less. And to God the glory.
---MarkV. on 9/10/09

Rhonda you are confusing Islam and Christianity with Muslims and Christians.

The Koran commands extreme violence against those who leave Isalm, and those who will not convert. See Surah 8:49, 47:4, 9:123, 8:67, 8:39.

Peaceful Muslims are those who ignore these commands.

Conversely Jesus commands, commit no murder, and love and pray for your enemies.

Violent 'Christians' ignore Jesus commands. Are they then Christian?

Islamic terrorists are those who obey the Koranic commands.

The claim Islam is a peaceful religion is contradicted by the Koran and by the world-wide, daily, murder and violence committed by Muslims.

Not all Muslims are terrorists but almost all terrorists are Muslim.
---Warwick on 9/9/09

This blog has been running since 2005 and I expect it could run on... way past Billy's death, which could be any time.

According to Wikipedia, Billy Graham has preached Christianity to live audiences of nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries and territories, also reached hundreds of millions more through television, video, film, and webcasts. Most heard him during the time he taught a strong Gospel message.

He is now 91 years old, has Parkinson's and a shunt in his brain... Seems to me a bit late to be judging him. He'll stand before His Judge soon enough.
---Donna66 on 9/9/09

Example, after 9/11 and publicly stated that Islam was a peaceful religion!!!!! Even his own son rebuked him for saying this.

Islam is a peaceful religion ...just like any RELIGION which is from man NOT God one could look at rcc and the FORCE it used during several hundred years its anti-jew blood thirst killing machine it was and then claim all christians are not peaceful
---Rhonda on 9/9/09

Where did you get your figures? I can remember crusades where MANY more tha 5% stood. Generally they flocked to the front in sizable numbers. Of course, that was back in the day...late 50's, early 60's when he really preached the Gospel.
---Donna66 on 9/9/09

Generally, about 5% of the people at one of his crusades stood up to receive the Lord, and so your statistic would be one in 2,000. On average, most ministers can do better than that, and for less than several thousand dollars per genuine salvation. "BG always prepared and relied on local churches for follow-up". The organization did a better job of preparation after they received many complaints. Neither Jesus, nor the Apostles, passed on their responsibilities to others though.
1Corinthians 9:24-27, 1Timothy 6:11-12, 2Timothy 4:7-8, James 1:8, 4:8, Revelations 3:15-18.
---Glenn on 9/9/09

My father alerted me to Billy Graham many years ago. After seeing Billy Graham preach in some churches he was preaching in my father said," apparently Billy has made a deal with someone otherwise he would not be accepted in those churches.
Several years later (20years) I made a detailed study of Billy Graham, his writings, and what he believes. Do this and you will find that he is on shaky ground in virtually every area. Example, after 9/11 and publicly stated that Islam was a peaceful religion!!!!! Even his own son rebuked him for saying this.
---mima on 9/9/09

#1 More importantly we follow the commandments of God and believe in the testimony of our Lord Jesus Christ. We are to bring the those who have not heard the gospel to the multitude. The church is suppose remain in the truth. But all and all the builder is our Lord Jesus Christ lest anyone boast. It is not of our work that brings us to salvation but in our faith in our Lord to deliver us onto salvation. My friend let us ask for mercy in according to his word and that he may bring us up in the truth.
---john_camping on 9/9/09

Glenn -- I know why you speak of "two Billie Grahams". People who have only heard him the last 20 yrs. would assume he was just another modernist. They don't know that for about 30 yrs prior to that, he preached the Gospel truly, simply and powerfully. But he is not, and has never been, just another tele-evangelist. The financial status of his organization is available to all!

He has probably preached to more people over the years than any human alive. His audiences always ran into the thousands (not counting those who heard him on radio or TV.) Ten faithful believers per thousand hearers doesn't sound bad to me. (Who do you know who does better?). BG always prepared and relied on local churches for follow-up. Most provide none.
---Donna66 on 9/8/09

Which one? The early Billy Graham preaching the gospel and speaking against Islam, Roman Catholicism, and Socialism. Or the later one preaching ecumenicism / inclusivism / universalism and proposing the same. A year after some of his crusades, the rate of people who were walking with the Lord after standing up to 'receive' Jesus, was less than 1%. It would have been more efficient to send 500 missionaries and pastors a couple of thousand dollars each.
1Corinthians 1:18-24, 2:1-16, 9:23-27, Philippians 3:18-19.
---Glenn on 9/8/09

Billy Graham like, B Hinn - J Meyer - J Falwell - P White - Marilyn & Sarah even others on tv-radio etc teach some Bible Truths from the Old-Testament in relating to the New-Testament. False teachings, False salvation teachings they do Are, easy beleivism, repeat aft me, no works salvation, say the sinners prayer,
the Father-Son & Holy spirit baptism, because there is No one found in scriptures that was litteraly baptized that way. The man constantine when he embraced a type of christianity devised r-catholocism the first trin-church started All of this. Because he did Not want to line up to The Truth of God's Word & His Church being born on the day of Pentecost according to Acts 2 v's 37-41 which Fulfills Matt 28 v's 19-20.
---Lawrence on 9/7/09

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Yes, Strongaxe, this is how his campaigns were held. He always encouraged people to join, or remain in, their local church and become a Christian in their own community. One other, important, point that marked him out as different from many televangelists of today was that he did not encourage huge donations. In fact, I am not aware that he made money a big issue at all. Money was raised locally before he came to pay for the campaigns.
---RitaH on 2/20/08

Shirley, why preach only part of the gospel to 1000s, not bringing them into submission to all that Christ commanded? Jesus says, "He that believes and is baptized will be saved." Peter says "baptism now saves you." What does Shirley and Billy Graham say? Acts 16,after hearing the word they were baptized-at Midnight! Shirley, don't follow the myth that one can be saved without obeying Christ'commands. What if Noah said "Lord you can save me without building that ark."
---Tom on 2/19/08

Billy Graham is probably the best well known mainstream American protestant evanglist of the 20th century.

Unlike all the popular televanglists, who generally develop cult followings and constantly beg for money for their own ministries, Graham would occasionally hold crusades in different cities or on television, and then funnel people into local ministries in their own cities, rather than his own personality cult (much as the new testament Apostles did).
---StrongAxe on 2/19/08

Whoa up there.I watched the Billy Graham revivals on TV years ago and I distinctly remember him at the end saying to go to a local church and be baptized and join the church.It was also in a little booklet he sent to new converts.You don't know what you're talking about.
---shirley on 2/19/08

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Graham doesn't practice or preach the gospel of Christ to "go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son,the Holy Spirit,and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded." Every conversion account in the book of Acts includes all of the requisites of our Lord's command. Graham conveniently deletes baptism. The apostles baptized 3000. Graham? Not one of his many thousands! Not essential for salvation? Tell Christ his command is a work!
---tom on 2/18/08

Billy Graham has given his life to the ministry of God and leading others to salvation in Jesus. He teaches truth & nothing but the truth! He teaches straight from the Bible and then steps back to let the Holy Spirit do the work in people's hearts.
---Marilee on 2/10/08

R.W., the ecumenical movement strives to get past our Christian differences that human pride struggles against. Is this a bad thing. If not ecumenical than what. Propose your "truth" and I will find a thousand variations between Protestants and Catholics alike. This Catholic for one appreciates the work of this holy man of God. He is in the business of saving souls while you seem to be in the business of condemning them.
---tony on 7/2/07

I think Billy Graham is a great man of God that has been used to win millions to Christ.
---Jimbo on 7/2/07

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The United Nations have been using the word "Ecumenical" to mean ALL religions including Christian, Catholic, Budist, Islam, and a few other major religions under the organization of UN United Religions Organization.
---Steven on 8/18/06

Moderator ... Yes we have been talking at cross puroses, I have never heard the word ecumenical used except with regard to Christian churches. I've looked on the Web, and similarly the only reference are Christian (but I have not scanned all 766,000 entries!) The only way in which you & I would differ is that you would exclude RC and presumably Orthodox from the definition of Christian, whereas I would not, since they do acknowledge salvation through Christ, although with unBiblical add-ons.
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/18/06

This what I found in my dictionary. Ecumenical - adjective (a) Of or relating to the worldwide Christian church. (b). Concerned with establishing or promoting unity among churches or religions. Ecumenicalism - noun - the doctrine of the ecumenical movement that promotes co-operation and better understanding among different religious denominations: aimed at universal Christian unity.
---emg on 8/18/06

Moderator ...# This very CN site demonstrates this? We argue about small matters: how we are saved (predestination or free-will) or which day to worship or whether to tithe. But we are united in believing that Jesus saved us.
And we here just reflect the entire Christian world ... one central Faith in Jesus, with small differences sadly separating us. Going back to the mathematical terms, I would suggest that that central Faith is the Highest Common Factor, not the Lowest Common Denominator.

Moderator - Yes, faith is the highest ground and yes the minor differences aren't what makes or not makes a Christian. Ecumenical is the coming together of all faiths including Hindus, Muslims, Praying to Mary, etc. - these religions don't have the same believe system as Christians. I think possibly you don't understand what the word means which is why the confusion between our blogging?
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/18/06

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Moderator ...# 1 The use of these mathematical terms is perhaps not the most appropriate for such discussions.
You seem to say that getting together with Christians from other denominations would be negative (the words lowest denominator imply that) I suggest that the Faith in Jesus which unites us is a high (the highest?) factor. ... (cont)<
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/18/06

This is were you are judging a person. If he or she doesn't teach what is already by guidance of the Bible, it is false. No man or woman on earth is teaching 100% of Bible truth. And the handful of people in the world who ARE teaching 100% of the truth are condemned by most Christians much like the two witnesses in Revelation.
---Steven on 8/17/06

Moderator ... you yourself said "Ecumenical would say lets all come together because we are all Christians and the belief system goes to the lowest denominator of beliefs"
Surely, the common belief between all Christians would be Faith in the Saving Sacrifice of Jesus, & I suggested that was a pretty High Common Factor. I'm sorry if you think that is a silly comment.

Moderator - Lowest common denominator in the context is a negative phrase not positive, thereby making your comment a nonconstructive remark for serious discussions.
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/17/06

Moderator ... Do you say that the Christian's Faith in the Saving sacrifice of Jesus is the lowest coomon denominator?
I would have placed it pretty high up on the scale.

Moderator - Why do you make up a statement and then give me credit for your silly comments? Normally I just delete these things, but thought maybe you don't know what you are doing and wanted to point it out?
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/17/06

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Depends on how you define ecumenical. If it means good people of different faiths working together for society, food banks,working with law enforcement, working jointly against porn, boy scouts,(thats me)then count me as Ecumenical. If Ecumenical means ANY 'church' compromising autonomy in ANY way docternally to 'big groups,' that's wrong. A prime example,the World council of Church's which I find a noxious organization, void of anything Christion.-If thats ecumenicalism, I have no use for it.
---MikeM on 8/17/06

Moderator said sometime ago "Ecumenical would say lets all come together because we are all Christians and the belief system goes to the lowest denominator of beliefs"
Would anyone else agree with me that he should have said "Ecumenical would say let's all come together because we are all Christians and the belief system goes to the "highest common factor of beliefs"?

Moderator - Someone may, but they would be ignorant of the facts.
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/17/06

mike, didnt you read the previous messages, the ecumenical doctrines that mr graham has had for 50 yrs? and you people think this i s ok?
---r.w on 8/16/06

Glory; There were forms of the bible long before KJV. The Bible itself quotes a dozen other book, books no longer in the bible. My only point that compared with all the whacked telvangelist and kooks Billy Graham is a decent, upright man, and America is a better place due to people like him. I am not now, nor do I plan to ever be Catholic, but I believe John Paul was a decent, upright man, and the world is better due to him as well; as yes there have been many whacked and kooky Popes as well.
---MikeM on 8/12/06

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The Bible warns us that we will know whether a person is "of God" if they love Him and obey His commandments. Billy Graham has preached, to the best of his human ability and the grace of God enabling, a simple gospel message to repent of your sins and believe on the work of Jesus on the cross to obtain salvation. This is what John the Baptist, Jesus and His disciples did. Are you questioning the truth of the King James Version of the Bible or Billy Graham who preached it?
---glory77 on 8/11/06

Mr. Graham is a Great American. Through I may not agree with his theology he has done much to 'calm the waters' in American religious circles. He has consistantly resisted becoming involved with the religious right or their political antics. He has consistantly remained focused on a message of salvation, and lived a moral lifestyle. America has been a better country because or Mr. Graham.
---MikeM on 8/11/06

Madison wrote: "it is at all possible he may also be just getting old and not quite with it in the mental faculties department? Just a thought."

That was my point too, Madison. I have chronic fatigue syndrome and I can relate.
---augusta on 8/11/06

I agree with Madison. I have a parent the same age and conversations are not what they used to be, nor is memory etc. Let's not judge a man who's sermons and books have led many people to accept Christ as their Saviour.
---f.f. on 8/11/06

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Dottie I can understand why you feel that way but the problem is that we can only see what people write, we cannot see the expression their face, hear the inflection in their voice, or any hand gestures. If we could all be in one large room together giving identical views we give here it would be quite different and we might all get along much better than we appear to do here.
---f.f. on 8/11/06

[5] This is not about attacking the person, but neither should it be about idolizing the person to the extent of failing to test the spirits. Remember that the only infallible man that ever walked the earth was Christ Jesus our Lord; put your trust in Him, not on fallen man, however popular or likeable. I hope that clarifies my intent and position.
---Benny on 8/11/06

[4] This is manifestly important as it relates to the doctrine of salvation and the hope upon which fallen man clings to. Billy is a very influential and well-loved religious icon of our day. Even if this is just a single interview his words do (and probably have) multiply and spread rapidly. This makes it all the more important to be rigorous in understanding what he is actually saying because lots of people can be potentially misled and sidetracked in their search for salvation. [to cont]
---Benny on 8/11/06

[3] For my part, I'm only laying down the facts for discussion. If from your own judgment you feel there was nothing suspect with what Billy said, so be it, your opinion is duly and fully respected. On the hand I would caution us not to make a knee-jerk judgment based on how we feel about Billy's person and legacy; instead we ought to make a judgment based on whether his words are doctrinally sound. [to cont]
---Benny on 8/11/06

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[2] If you read Paul's epistles, he was very vigorous in denouncing the false doctrines e.g. of the Judaizers (and I believe implicitly the Gnostics) that were floating about and threatening the fledgling body of Christ. Did that mean Paul had no love? By no means. I agree there are people who do this out of pride and a love of division. Well, it's between them and the Lord. [to cont]
---Benny on 8/11/06

[1] Brothers and sisters hear me out. As people who are in Christ we are called to love one another as Christ loves us. But we also have an obligation to help one another on this earthly journey to become more Christ-like. Part of this journey involves helping one another recognize doctrines that are suspect, so that we do not fall out of the race and lose our inheritance. [to cont]
---Benny on 8/11/06

I am not a doctor, BUT, Billy Graham is not that young. While it is public knowledge that he has Parkinson's Disease, a neurological disorder, it is at all possible he may also be just getting old and not quite with it in the mental faculties department? Just a thought.
---Madison1101 on 8/10/06

john t -am i to assume that you took offense to what i said about Mr. Graham? if he is about ecumenicalism, he needs to be exposed. truth hurts i know but we're to expose false teachers. not judge the person, but can judge what they say and warn others.
---r.w. on 8/10/06

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r.w. SLANDER:"orthodox roman catholics are...the same. he said he no longer believed pagans far off were lost... he believes there are OTHER ways of recognizing the existance of God: by nature"

Regarding the last part, have you read Romans 1? 18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all who hold the truth in unrighteousness;9 because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them [in nature]

What are your SOURCES for such slander?
---John_T on 8/10/06

I agree that there are born again believes in Christ, in several different denominations around the world. To become born again (spiritually) a person must repent and believe in Jesus as Saviour. People who have a religion that does not believe in Jesus as the Christ, who came in the flesh to die on the cross and raise from the dead, they would have to let go of that religion to be a believer in Christ. John 3:3-18, 14:6 Acts 4:10-12, 16:30, 1John 2:22, 4:3, 2John 1:7
---Creamcup on 8/10/06

John my apologies, I should have put a continuation indicator in the first part of my 4-part message.
---Benny on 8/10/06

Part 2--
An "ecumenical council" brought representatives from all over the empire, as opposed to a metropolitan or provincial council, which brought representatives only from a limited region. The RCC is not the only church that uses the term. "Ecumenical Council" is a theological term and historical term, nothing more, and it's nothing to be afraid of.
---Jack on 8/10/06

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** I have only heard the word ecumenical spoken in the catholic church, like "The Ecumenical Council".**

The original meaning of "ecumenical" was "imperial", that is "pertaining to the OIKOUMENE." The "ecumenical barber" was the emperor's barber. The "ecumenical physician" was the equivalent of our Surgeon General.
---Jack on 8/10/06

Benny: "This is an excerpt of an interview he did with Robert Schuller on 31 May 1997:"

Benny, considering that Billy's almost 90 and his health has been steadily declining, don't you think it best to not judge him by a single interview?

"But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law."

To me, this describes Billy to a tee.
---augusta on 8/10/06

I started to go to Christianet, because I thought that this would be a place for Christians to communicate as a body of Christ. But I have found just the contrary. I found people who judge, people with pride, and an arrogance that is astounding. Who are you going to attack next? Jesus Himself? My heart is hurting to see such behavior in the "body of Christ". Also remember God calls us, He does not choose people by their denomination, seeking God's will is the goal. PRAY ON THIS, PLEASE!
---Dottie on 8/10/06

Benny, that is a very vague excerpt taken from a conversation. There is lttle evidence there that any serious deviation from standard doctrine has taken place. What I get from that is that Billy believes the body is one even including those who would know Christ outside popular denominations.
---john on 8/10/06

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[4] They may not even know the name of Jesus but they know in their hearts that they need something that they don't have, and they turn to the only light that they have, and I think that they are saved, and that they're going to be with us in heaven.
---Benny on 8/10/06

[3] And that's what God is doing today, He's calling people out of the world for His name, whether they come from the Muslim world, or the Buddhist world, or the Christian world or the non-believing world, they are members of the Body of Christ because they've been called by God.
---Benny on 8/10/06

[2] I think everybody that loves Christ, or knows Christ, whether they're conscious of it or not, they're members of the Body of Christ. And I don't think that we're going to see a great sweeping revival, that will turn the whole world to Christ at any time. I think James answered that, the Apostle James in the first council in Jerusalem, when he said that God's purpose for this age is to call out a people for His name.
---Benny on 8/10/06

Billy Graham has probably more people to Christ than most but I'm afraid he has strayed doctrinally. This is an excerpt of an interview he did with Robert Schuller on 31 May 1997:

Schuller: Tell me, what do you think is the future of Christianity?

Graham: Well, Christianity and being a true believer--you know, I think there's the Body of Christ. This comes from all the Christian groups around the world, outside the Christian groups.
---Benny on 8/10/06

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Billy Graham does seem to be more "ecumenical" than he used to be (though I can quote nothing to prove it). BUT he has probably brought MORE people to a GENUINE knowlede of JESUS as SAVIOR, than all of todays boastful televangelists put together.
---Donna2277 on 8/8/06

Mr. Graham is/was a very dangerous person. he said his beliefs and orthodox roman catholics are essentially the same. he said he no longer believed pagans in far off countries were lost and going to hell. he believes there are OTHER ways of recognizing the existance of God: by nature. said not sure if hell is literal fire or thirst to be with God. BEWARE
---r.w. on 8/8/06

Billy Graham is a wonderful servant in the Kingdom of God. His reward will be great!
---Ken on 12/15/05

I believe that Billy Graham is a faithful servant of God. He teaches and preaches just sane doctrine and according with the Holy Bible. There is not other interpretation as that one he teaches based in Christian Theology.
---maria_teresa on 12/2/05

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I have only heard the word ecumenical spoken in the catholic church, like "The Ecumenical Council". I think that it really is unbiblical. when I was a catholic I believed it but now that I'm saved I can't buy it.
---Rudy on 12/1/05

Billy Graham is an evangelist, preacher and teacher of sound Biblical Doctrine with no bells and whistles. Just straight Jesus and Bible.
---Sandra on 11/26/05

Moderator ... I have been swayed this way and that by differing views and biblical justification expressed here on this site. I think it is a bold man who says that his biblical interpretation is the only valid one. None of us will know the whole Truth until we meet God face to face.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/23/05

Moderator ... When I was a much younger man, there was a very public argument between the Church of England vicar, and the Minister of the local Baptist Church. Each vigourously defended thier own position on the infant/adult baprism issue, and roundly condemned the other.
Needless to say the non-Christians watched this with glee.
Now, with ecumenism, the churches work together, sometimes worship together, whilst acknowledging each other individual detail belief.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/23/05

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Moderator ... your definition appears to say that only those with strictly yuor beliefs are Christians.
Do you not believe that "The Church" is the body of all Christians? And that we should work together?
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/23/05

Moderator ... How is ecumenical unBiblical? I have always understood that Ecumenical means co-operation between the different denominations, and acceptance that detail beliefs and practices may be different. If that is correct, is not CN an ecumenical web-site, since whislt we do not all agree on detail but do agree on the Great Truth?

Moderator - ChristiaNet wouldn't be defined as Ecumenical because our Biblical stand is throughout the website without compromise to doctrine or what others may believe such as in the Bible section. Ecumenical would say lets all come together because we are all Christians and the belief system goes to the lowest denominator of beliefs. You are correct that in the blogs ChristiaNet allows a wide room for discussions of topics of which we may or may not believe in.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/23/05

Billy Graham is a very powerful preacher in the United States of america. His ministry promotes biblical teachings and ecumenical doctrines.

Moderator - Are not Ecumenical doctrines against the Bible?
---samuel on 11/23/05

i grew up with billy graham for ones that couldn't or woulrdn't go to church-would faithful and we were one of those faithful people-christians\\\that watch allmost all the crusades and even went to some in person----so yes he's great and too bad more are following in his footsteps
---syl on 11/22/05

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Billy Graham ... it's a shame there aren't more like him around today. One of the things he wants to see before he passes is his friend, Mohammad Ali, returning to the Christian faith. Let's pray too.
---Nellah on 11/22/05

billy graham is the best preacher in the united states he truly got a very good minatry
---Robert on 11/22/05

I believe him to be an honest man of God. I think he has retired now, he has Parkinsons and some other ailments.
His ministry always seemed to me to be one of bringing people to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
He has been the minister called in by several Presidents when they needed guidance.
---NVBarbara on 11/21/05

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