BILLY GRAHAM CRUSADES – WHO GETS THE DECISION CARDS?

Here is a short excerpt from a book written by Cathy Burns entitled…

“Billy Graham and His Friends, A Hidden Agenda?”

“Who gets the decision cards?

… in Graham’s 1952 Pittsburgh crusade, the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph reported that Graham said: “Many of the people who reach a decision for Christ at our meetings have joined the Catholic Church and we have received commendations from Catholic publications for the revived interest in their Church following our campaigns.”

“Converts” are also turned over to the Jewish synagogues.”

This is clearly not Biblical evangelism.

Any born again Christian can understand that.

Christianity 101.

And yet Billy Graham is highly exalted in the mainstream evangelical church.

“one of the greaenigmas of our time”

Luke 6:26 Woe unto you, when all men shall speak well of you! for so did their fathers to the false prophets.

MY TESTIMONY – Part 1

MY TESTIMONY – continued

MY MOM’S TESTIMONY

MY HUSBAND’S TESTIMONY

MY DAD

BILLY GRAHAM CRUSADES EVANGELIZE CATHOLICS INTO THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

After several attempts to write a little introduction to this post all I can say is that this is simply wicked.  

The Catholic Telegraph, May 10, 2002 …

Billy Graham’s crusade in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 27-30, 2002, included full participation of the Roman Catholic Church. In preparation for the crusade, five Catholic parishes — Our Lady of Lourdes in Westwood, Our Lady of the Rosary in Greenhills, Our Lady of the Rosary and Guardian Angels in Cincinnati, and Trinity Center in Dayton — presented week-long courses to prepare Catholic counselors to deal with those who came forward in response to Graham’s invitations. According to Curtis Kneblik, assistant director of evangelization for the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Dayton, invitations were sent out to 9,000 Catholics to request their participation in this training, and hundreds responded. Priest Charles Bowes told his parish that the Graham mission was a “golden opportunity to evangelize Catholics and to help our parish…” (The Catholic Telegraph, May 10, 2002). 

A letter from Cardinal Roger Mahony, dated October 6, 2004, and posted at the archdiocese web site, stated …

“When the Crusade was held in other locations, many Catholics responded to Dr. Graham’s message and came forward for Christ. Crusade officials expect the same for the Los Angeles area. These officials have assured me that, IN KEEPING WITH DR. GRAHAM’S BELIEF AND POLICY, THERE WILL BE NO PROSELYTIZING, AND THAT ANYONE IDENTIFYING HIM OR HERSELF AS CATHOLIC WILL BE REFERRED TO US for reintegration into the life of the Catholic Church. We must be ready to welcome them.”