George Will: Billy Graham was no prophet; His dealings with presidents mixed vanity and naivete

So George Will is more willing to speak truth than was Billy Graham, or Graham’s host of supporters. (And Will is not a Fundamentalist.)

G. N. Barkman

[Emir] Caner called that [George] Will’s greatest misstep in the hit piece – feeding the liberal media’s narrative that Graham was an anti-Semite.

“Will never mentions Graham’s apology years later and the Jewish community’s acceptance of the apology. Will never mentioned how Graham visited the newly formed state of Israel in 1960 when such a visit was unpopular in many Evangelical circles. Will never mentioned that it was Graham who personally brought the plight of Soviet Jews to the attention of President Nixon,” Caner said.

In spite of the shameful smear, I doubt Billy Graham would’ve been all that bothered.

I reckon he would’ve smiled at George Will and reminded him that we are all sinners and that God loves him and wants to have a relationship with him. -Todd Starnes

David R. Brumbelow