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Legacy of Billy Graham

Critical Reflections on America's Greatest Evangelist

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ISBN-13: 9780664231385
Number of Pages: 248
Published: 21/01/2008
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Perhaps no individual has had more of an effect on twentieth-century American Christianity than the renowned evangelist Billy Graham, whose work has been widely influential in arenas from the rising evangelical movement to the White House. Although Graham's influence on evangelicalism has long been recognized, Michael G. Long's The Legacy of Billy Graham is the first book to examine his impact on mainline Christianity and on American civil religion. With noted contributors including John B. Cobb Jr., Harvey Cox, Gary Dorrien, Karen Lebacqz, Thomas G. Long, Mark Lewis Taylor, and J. Philip Wogaman, this critical but generally appreciative volume assesses Graham's career from the perspectives of preaching and theology, social issues, and his engagement with his contemporaries and then concludes with two retrospectives on his legacy.
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Michael G. Long

Michael G. Long has written books for all ages on civil rights and peacemaking in mid-century America, including the stories of Martin Luther King Jr., Bayard Rustin, Jackie Robinson, and Mister Rogers. He lives in Pennsylvania.

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Fri 23 Jul 2021 @ 13:49

RT @writing4urlifeJoin me with Jessica Miller Kelley from Westminster John Knox Press at the Wild Goose Festival pre-festival New Wri… https://t.co/EFC8QNH7Oc