Franklin Graham's Invitation To Speak At Pentagon's National Day of Prayer Is Revoked
Rev. Franklin Graham, son of the Rev. Billy Graham, had his invitation to speak at the Pentagon's National Day of Prayer rescinded over the statement that he made after 9/11 calling Islam "a very evil and wicked religion."
The revocation said Graham, is "absolutely part of a pattern of hostility toward Christianity in the federal government."
Of Obama and the pulled invitation, Graham said that "He said he didn't know anything about it until two days prior to that meeting (last week), And I would certainly believe him. I don't think that he would say something that wasn't true, so I believe what he said."
Some of his other comments regarding the apparent hostility of the Obama administration towards Christianity and Judaism...
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