The first installment in a new series of short videos on the Christian Restoration has been posted.
America and the world has lost an Evangelical giant with the passing of Billy Graham. He has been seen and heard both in person and through radio and television by more people than any other Evangelical minister in history. He lived just short of a century.
Many pastors, bishops, priests and other leaders of different faiths had theological differences with Billy Graham, but there were almost none who disputed his greatness. He preached a message of salvation by acceptance and confession of Jesus as Savior. His beliefs were grounded in the writings of the Apostle Paul, and echoed much of what Martin Luther believed about salvation.
There are millions of people living today whose confidence in salvation through Jesus Christ is based on the preaching of Billy Graham. He inspired not only believers, but also other Evangelical ministers and writers.
Today is not a day to mourn his passing, but to respect and appreciate his life’s work.
A new essay entitled The Trinity has been published to the Essays page.
A transcript of the 3rd talk to Christians, delivered in Atlanta, GA on November 16, 2017, is now available for download on the Recordings & Transcripts of talks page.
The third in a series of three talks will delivered in Atlanta, GA on November 16, 2017 at 5:30pm local (Eastern Daylight) time. See here for details.
Due to technical constraints at the venue in Atlanta, we are unable to livestream this talk. However, a recording will be made available on this website and our YouTube page as soon as possible (likely within 3-4 hours following the talk).
A short video has been produced using content of the 2nd talk in Dallas, TX and is posted on the Messages to Christians page (under Videos). This video is less than 4 minutes in length and is ideal for sharing.
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