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35 Honors paralleled awards. He served as the featured speaker at the Honor America Day in Washington, DC, on July 4, 1970; the Honor Billy Graham Day in his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina, on October 15, 1971; and the Grand Marshal of the Tournament of Roses parade in Pasadena, California, on January 1, 1972. He was the only living American to be imaged in the glass of the National Cathedral in Washington. Rankings and titles followed. 36 The titles that journalists conferred on him left little doubt that this lofty evaluation was not far off the mark.
5 Authentic regeneration produced peace. It is significant that Graham’s foundational theological work would bear the title Peace with God. In 1986 he told his hometown paper, “I am for peace . . first in our relationship with God through Christ; secondly that he can give us peace here and now in our daily life. . And thirdly, peace among people and nations. Peace in families. Peace in community. ”6 He captured the sum of the problem and the sum of its solution in two oftenquoted sentences: “We need a new heart that will not have lust and greed and hate in it.
Former presidents graced the platform. By then the preacher seemed to stand above the fray, transcending denominational boundaries, theological disputes, and partisan agendas. Complications The reasons for Graham’s prominence on the American religious landscape are not obvious. For one thing, the likelihood that any evangelist would become a national celebrity in the 1950s was not self-evident. 60 And many others would win impressive crowds in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. Their ministries provided a springboard that helped propel Graham.
A CESARE E A DIO by Emanuele Severino