Religion: Guerrilla

Revivalist Billy Graham and the Devil give each other no peace. Last week Graham reported on the kind of satanic guerrilla warfare that goes on behind the scenes in response to Billy's frontal attack. He was dictating some notes for a sermon on the Devil, he said, when his dictating machine caught fire. Martin Luther threw his inkpot; Billy finished the notes in longhand and hurried to Madison Square Garden—only to find that he had lost them on the way. "Something like this always happens when I preach on the Devil," said Billy. "There's a tremendous concentration of satanic power in...

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