Religion: Billy's Britain

In London's underground, officials posted the warning: HARRINGAY FULL. This is standing procedure for cutting down the crowds that head toward sold-out stadiums for cup finals and big football matches. But the multitudes on their way to Harringay Arena in North London last week were not out for fun and games. They were flocking to hear Billy Graham's call to salvation.

It was the biggest, best-heard call in Evangelist Graham's career. Night after night, after 11,000 were seated and another 1,000 allowed to stand, thousands more were turned away. So many people came on the first Saturday that Graham decided to make...

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