In Ratcliffe Stadium’s largest crowd, nearly 24,500 persons jammed Ratcliffe Stadium in 1962 to hear Evangelist Billy Graham declare “the entire world could be exploded . . . hydrogen bombs, atom bombs and missiles are Frankenstein monsters . . .” Tensely the stadium’s greatest gathering heard Graham plead with them to “accept Christ.”
In Ratcliffe Stadium’s largest crowd, nearly 24,500 persons jammed Ratcliffe Stadium in 1962 to hear Evangelist Billy Graham declare “the entire world could be exploded . . . hydrogen bombs, atom bombs and missiles are Frankenstein monsters . . .” Tensely the stadium’s greatest gathering heard Graham plead with them to “accept Christ.”
In Ratcliffe Stadium’s largest crowd, nearly 24,500 persons jammed Ratcliffe Stadium in 1962 to hear Evangelist Billy Graham declare “the entire world could be exploded . . . hydrogen bombs, atom bombs and missiles are Frankenstein monsters . . .” Tensely the stadium’s greatest gathering heard Graham plead with them to “accept Christ.”

Reporter’s notebook 1962: What did Billy Graham say when he missed a short putt?

February 27, 2018 04:10 PM