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1918†2018 Billy Graham

HE WAS CALLED ‘AMERICA’S PASTOR,’ BUT THE HUMBLE, SOMETIMES CONTROVERSIAL PIONEER OF TV EVANGELISM TENDED A GLOBAL FLOCK OF MILLIONS
‘Modern-Day Moses’ Graham (in an undated photo) spread his message to 185 countries and territories.

Billy Graham had a VIP box seat waiting for him at the 1989 Inaugural parade for President George H.W. Bush. But when the new President’s elderly mother needed to flee the January cold to watch from an upstairs White House window, the world-famous evangelical preacher “quietly chose to go sit and watch with

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