The Case For Faith - Introduction – Objection #1 Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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In the Introduction: The Challenge of Faith, Parkinson’s Disease-suffering eighty year-old Reverend William “Billy” Franklin Graham spoke to a large audience at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, telling those assembled that God loved them. He went on to say that God sent His only son, Jesus Christ, into the world to save them. Billy Graham spoke of God’s love, crucial in trying times for people, and the importance of having faith in this love even in those times. Faith is not always easy. Graham himself struggled with faith years before, pulled between Christian educator Henrietta Mears and Graham’s doubting preaching partner, Charles Templeton. Templeton was originally on the sports staff of the Toronto Globe, but sought Christ’s forgiveness and became an evangelist. He met Graham in 1945, and the two became fast friends in ministry until reason cost Templeton his...

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