Religion: Last Days

"I do not know that these are the last days spoken of in the Scriptures," Evangelist Billy Graham told a crowd of 60,000 in Philadelphia last week, "but the signs indicate it." A couple of days later Khrushchev loosed his threat of a 100 millionton bomb, but an atomic holocaust was not quite what Billy had in mind. The Second Coming is not far off, he said, because of "immorality," "lawlessness" and "moral decadence that can only be compared to ancient Rome." As for the timing, Dr. Graham said that "no one can set the date for Christ's coming, not even...

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