10 Questions For Franklin Graham

When doctors first documented cases of AIDS 25 years ago among gay men and drug users, many Evangelicals assumed the epidemic was not their problem. Evangelist Franklin Graham--son of Billy, father of four, grandfather of four--helped to change that attitude and to persuade the Bush Administration in 2003 to earmark $15 billion for the struggle against AIDS. Graham, 53, spoke with TIME's Christine Gorman about AIDS, Darfur and motorcycles.

What would Jesus say about AIDS today? In his day, there was leprosy, which was incurable. And Jesus healed lepers. He didn't turn them away. That would be the same reaction today....

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