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Format: CD-Audio

Vendor: Oasis Audio

Publication Date: October 30, 2008

ISBN: 1598595180

ISBN-13: 9781598595185

Dimensions: 5.50 × 6.50 (inches)

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Charles Templeton was one of the greatest preachers of the mid-twentieth century, and a friend and mentor to a young Billy Graham. He was also in the early stages of becoming an atheist. Based on the remarkable true story, Billy is the untold account of the early years of Billy Graham and the relationship between these two extraordinary men told from the perspective of a dying Charles Templeton. Reminiscing to a reporter from his hospital bed in 2001, the haunted Templeton recounts Billy\'s simple beginnings, the moving love story of Ruth Bell, the moves of \"chance\" and divine blessing that brought him success, and the growth of their friendship. Together, they had envisioned plans to win the world for Christ. But life brought them both to a crisis of faith. You already know how the Billy Graham story turns out. Billy tells of a moment in history when things might have turned out very differently.

Author Info

Bill McKay is an award-winning filmmaker and producer, and president of American Trademark Pictures. His documentary, Great Souls, based on the book by David Aikman, was an award-winning television presentation in 2006. He is also the coauthor, along with George Barna, of Vital Signs: Emerging Social Trends and the Future of American Christianity. Ken Abraham is a New York Times best-selling author known around the world for his collaborations with high-profile public figures. His recent books include God in My Corner with George Foreman and Let's Roll! with Lisa Beamer, widow of United Flight 93 hero Todd Beamer

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