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News
  1. Beliefs in Heaven: Billy Graham (Time.com)
      "I know Ruth has now entered that heavenly home, and that some day soon I will join her. This gives me great comfort." 02-08

  2. Christianity Today Magazine (Reference.com)
      "Christianity Today is an Evangelical Christian periodical based in Carol Stream, Illinois. Readers can keep abreast of matters concerning books and culture, campus life, Christian history, Christian parenting, leadership skills, marriage, men and women, Bible study, preaching and spiritual help."

  3. Evangelical News (ChristianityToday.com)
      Provides evangelical news.

  4. Jesus Christ (Campus Crusade for Christ, International)
      Provides a Christian Evangelical view of the teachings of Jesus. 02-06

Papers
  1. Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BillyGraham.org)
      "The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association believes:

      • The Bible to be the infallible Word of God, that it is His holy and inspired Word, and that it is of supreme and final authority.
      • In one God, eternally existing in three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
      • Jesus Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary. He led a sinless life, took on Himself all our sins, died and rose again, and is seated at the right hand of the Father as our mediator and advocate.
      • That all men everywhere are lost and face the judgment of God, and need to come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ through His shed blood on the cross.
      • That Christ rose from the dead and is coming soon.
      • In holy Christian living, and that we must have concern for the hurts and social needs of our fellowmen.
      • We must dedicate ourselves anew to the service of our Lord and to His authority over our lives.
      • In using every modern means of communication available to us to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world." 01-06

  2. Billy Graham and President Obama Meet (Time.com)
      "I know Ruth has now entered that heavenly home, and that some day soon I will join her. This gives me great comfort." 02-08

  3. Billy Graham to Offer Last Revival in U.S. (MSNBC News)
      "An ailing Billy Graham, acknowledging that his life's work is near its end, said Tuesday that his upcoming revival meeting in New York 'will be the last in America, I'm sure.' "

      "Organizers originally planned to hold this week's meeting in Madison Square Garden, where in 1957 Graham held a legendary crusade that was so popular it was extended from six to 16 weeks. It remains his longest revival meeting ever." 6-05

  4. Billy Graham: Friend to Presidents (ABC News)
      "He's preached to every president since Harry Truman. It is one of the most unique series of friendships in modern politics, counseling these leaders under the tremendous stresses of war, politics and personal scandals. But evangelist Billy Graham simply refers to the last 11 presidents as his 'friends.' " 08-07

  5. Campus Crusade for Christ (Reference.com)
      "Campus Crusade for Christ is a interdenominational Christian mission organization, focusing on evangelism and discipleship in over 190 countries around the world. Started in 1951 at the University of California, Los Angeles by Bill Bright, Campus Crusade has now branched out to many different universities and many other fields of ministry. Its mission is 'to seek to show people how to know and experience God's love and plan for their lives.' The parent organisation is known as Campus Crusade for Christ International, and the fields of ministry include the military, high schools, families, and athletes. In many parts of Europe it is known as Agape Europe. http://agapeeurope.org.In other countries the university ministry is known under different names. For example in Poland, New Zealand and Australia, the ministry is known as Student Life." 01-06

  6. Darby, John Nelson (Wikipedia.org)
      "John Nelson Darby, (November 18, 1800 - April 29, 1882) was an Anglo-Irish evangelist, an influential figure among the original Plymouth Brethren, and considered the father of modern Dispensationalism." 11-06

  7. Evangelical Association (National Association of Evangelicals)
      "For over 60 years the NAE has connected evangelical Christians for the advancement of the ministry of the Church." 01-06

  8. Evangelical Leaders Concerned About Losing Teens (New York Times)
      "Despite their packed megachurches, their political clout and their increasing visibility on the national stage, evangelical Christian leaders are warning one another that their teenagers are abandoning the faith in droves." 10-06

  9. Evangelical Political Priorities Are Changing (ABC News)
      "The evangelical movement has long been considered a powerful political entity. An estimated 65 million Americans consider themselves conservative Christians. Their anti-gay, anti-abortion views are well known as is their support for mostly Republican political candidates."

      "But times are changing." 05-07

  10. Evangelicalism (Wikipedia.org)
      "The word evangelicalism usually refers to a tendency in diverse branches of Protestantism, typified by an emphasis on evangelism, a personal experience of conversion, biblically-oriented faith, and a belief in the relevance of Christian faith to cultural issues. In the late 20th century and early 21st century, Protestant people, churches and social movements were often called evangelical in contrast to Protestant liberalism." 01-06

  11. Evangelicals (PBS.org)
      "…I think that George Gallup's definition is probably pretty good. He says that evangelicals are those who, first of all, believe the Bible is authoritative. It's infallible. This is a theological distinction which separates evangelicals from, say, mainline Protestantism, which generally veers from that kind of designation of the Bible as the authoritative word of God."

      "Evangelicals are also people of faith in the American Protestant community who believe that you must be born again." 01-06

  12. Evangelicals and Fundamentalists (Britannica.com)
      "This [Evangelicalism] group agrees with Fundamentalism on core doctrines such as the virgin birth, substitutionary atonement (that Christ's suffering and death atoned for man's sins), the physical resurrection of Jesus, and biblical inerrancy."

      "While Fundamentalists usually split off into churches of their own, Evangelicals remained connected to mainstream denominations and increasingly moved fully into the mainstream." 01-06

  13. Graham, Billy - Biography (BillyGraham.org)
      " 'My one purpose in life is to help people find a personal relationship with God, which, I believe, comes through knowing Christ.' " 6-05

  14. International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (Reference.com)
      "The International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) is an association of about 160 evangelical Christian student movements worldwide." 01-06

  15. John Nelson Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament (Crosswalk.com)
      Provides a synopsis of each chapter from a dispensation approach. 01-07

  16. Palau, Luis (ABC News)
      "Some believe that Palau, who is already known as the Billy Graham of Latin America, may take over the mantle of America's leading evangelist." 10-05

  17. Stephen Baldwin Becomes Evangelical Leader (ABC News)
      "For most of his career, Stephen Baldwin, the youngest of Hollywood's four famous Baldwin brothers, cultivated a reputation as a bad boy, both on screen and off."

      "But Stephen Baldwin, the man born into Hollywood royalty, has been born again. Just how exactly did the guy who played a crook in critically-acclaimed 'The Usual Suspects,' and a stoner in the bomb 'Biodome,' become an evangelical Christian youth minister?" 11-06

  18. Study of Evangelicals (PBS.org)
      "Three-quarters of all evangelicals say they feel part of mainstream American society, but three-quarters of all evangelicals also believe they are a minority under siege and must fight for their voices to be heard."

      "An overwhelming majority of all evangelicals (84%) believe that personal faith in Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation, compared with 38% of Catholics and 56% of non-evangelical Protestants. Just half of white evangelicals, however, believe that only born-again Christians go to heaven, and even fewer black evangelicals (42%) say they believe only born-again Christians will go to heaven." 01-06

   
   


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