The Museum of the Bible in Washington DC is set to add the sermon note of Billy Graham to its impressive collections.
The museum has issued a public statement revealing that its collaboration with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association for the display will feature a “historical examination of the life, work and cultural significance of William Franklin “Billy” Graham Jr. (1918–2018).
“The first will examine the development of Graham into a global revivalist, starting with his roots in the American revival tradition and the postwar context of his early ministry, and the second will explore the impact of his work in the realms of religion, society, and politics.” the museum said in its statement.
The exhibition will be open to the public on Aug. 5 through Jan. 27, 2019. it will display major highlight of the evangelist’s life like his first and last pulpit Graham used during his first major crusade in Modesto, California, in 1948, and final crusade in New York City in 2005.
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