"...have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them." Ephesians 5:11
Franklin Graham is following closely in his famous father’s footsteps, although he is a little bit better at protecting his image. He says all the right things to keep the Evangelicals happy, yet there is a side of him that shows he's very similar to good ole' dad.
In this video, Franklin is being interviewed by Bill O'Reilly. He gives a great gospel presentation, although O'Reilly makes the point that you must be born again.
Franklin goes from the frying pan into the fire. In this more recent interview by MSNBC (below), Franklin endorses two Roman Catholics: Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, calling them Christian (a false grace plus works system).
Jesuit Knight of Malta (2004) Rick Santorum - who received endorsements from fellow globalist-minded Council of National Policy members when he ran for the Senate - is considered a Christian "by his fruit [works]" - says Franklin. You should know that:
"Franklin Graham told The Indianapolis Star that his father’s ecumenical alliance with the Catholic Church and all other denominations “was one of the smartest things his father ever did” (“Keeping it simple, safe keeps Graham on high” The Indianapolis Star, Thurs., June 3, 1999, p. H2).David Cloud, Way of Life, provides all the documentation of Franklin's ecumenical activity. He clearly has the same one single visible Church goals as his father, and the Catholic church.
This version of the interview is an analysis from the network's full version.
Franklin, who is highly respected by the sheeple and hated by the Illuminati-controlled media, clearly overlooks the bad fruit of these two "Catholic Christians." Santorum's secret society involvement and Gingrich's Third Way (plus a 33rd degree Mason) is conveniently overlooked and of no consequence.
"For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple." Romans 16:18
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