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Guest 16-Sep-2007 03:31
For the person with the great life, ;)
You have a very valid point. What holds true for me must hold true for many others. Even when I don't think (or intend) on breaking someone's heart or hurting one's feelings, I sometimes can without even realizing the harm I am inflicting on another. Even something small like spending more time with one person than the other may come across bad to some, like favortism. I think this is the point you're trying to make.
Life is GREAT! 31-Aug-2007 03:16
About the fellowship - whooo - depends on the fellowship. There might be some folks who feel safer watching the TV - rather than risking getting their heart broken in a fellowship of believers. In some cases, I don't blame them. As a church body - we've just got to stop hurting others and ourselves. Sheesh! I wonder what in the heck we are doing sometimes.
Life is Good 23-Aug-2007 02:27
Last two guests - I must have missed something - the line of conversation was about BG's house - where is all the hate in your tone of writing coming from - Whoa. To the last guest - easy man - you're assuming people made a TV their God - a person can go to church, live an honest life, and catch some Christian TV - and be okay with that. Doesn't mean they worship the TV. I'm not saying there are folks who haven't done that -
Guest 30-Jul-2007 02:03
So, HUSA wasn't just a theme park for the followers of the PTL. It was a "believe it or not" museum laying out the history of the people who ran these religious freak shows.

If you want to be faithful to your god, then make a damn effort, don't make your boob tube your god!
Sorry, you cannot argue the logic here!
Guest 23-Jul-2007 00:49
People just love to hide behind a keyboard and make ridiculous statements that they think are provoking and upsetting people. Get a grip. If it's attention from shock value you crave, nobody knows who you are or cares what you think.
Guest 22-Jul-2007 03:04
Billy Graham's childhood home is now located on the property of the new Billy Graham library on Billy Graham Parkway in Charlotte, NC. They again took it down and reconstructed it with the original materials.
Fred 17-Jun-2007 19:51
I totally respect Billy Graham. Awesome man of God - the real deal. Cool little house he grew up in. Looks like the "picture perfect" home in the American dream. In the bible it states that God goes to prepare a place for us, that there are many mansions and rooms. I'd be delighted with a little place such as this!
Guest 16-Jan-2007 10:07
Is this actually still there and standing?