I think that was a really gutsy move by BG to appear with Woddy Allen, especially in the early 1970's (going by the wardrobe). Who knew he was funny and witty? I can't imagine any modern evangelical nutbars in a similar, unscripted venue today...too much (money) to lose.
Billy Graham surely knows a lot of good analogies and stories to accompany his Christian nonsense. I guess most preachers do in order to delude his flock.
"If you have faith in me, I will lead you."
I'm impressed. That Billy Graham was interviewed by Woody Allen, and that it's so cordial, is shocking.
I'm not a fan of Billy Graham, but I'll take him over Ken Ham any day.
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