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Topic - Franklin Graham
When it comes to deciding what to do with gays, Russia's President Vladimir Putin has the lead on President Obama, in the eyes of world-renowned evangelist Franklin Graham.
The turnout for the Rev. Billy Graham’s 95th birthday is expected to reach into the triple-digits on Thursday, as many as 700 have been invited to the Asheville celebration.
The Rev. Franklin Graham – son of world-known Christian preacher Billy Graham – said America is facing dire straits mostly because leaders have failed to give God proper due.
Tea party groups, Franklin Graham, Christine O'Donnell, a pro-marriage group. And now Dr. Ben Carson. The list of conservatives targeted by the Internal Revenue Service for audits, tax-exempt reviews or tax privacy breaches keeps growing, raising fresh questions in Washington about whether a scandal the Obama administration has blamed on bureaucratic incompetence and coincidence may in fact involve something more nefarious.
Franklin Graham, the son of Billy Graham and the president of the family's evangelical association, said in a letter to President Obama that the Internal Revenue Service targeted them, too.
The White House on Tuesday attempted to brush aside comments about President Obama's theology from Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum, as well as more pointed remarks by the Rev. Franklin Graham that cast doubt on Mr. Obama's religion.
The Army is considering whether to rescind an invitation to evangelist Franklin Graham to appear at the Pentagon amid complaints about his description of Islam as evil, a military spokesman said Wednesday.
"In my opinion, Putin is right on these issues," Mr. Graham wrote, in the March issue of the Charlotte-based Billy Graham Evangelistic Association publication, Decision magazine. "Obviously, he may be wrong about many things, but he has taken a stand to protect his nation's children from the damaging effects of any gay and lesbian agenda."
"He may not see or hear as well, but his mind remains sharp as a razor," Franklin Graham told the Charlotte Observer. "He's been active in politics since the 1940s. People need to remember that."