Thursday, December 14, 2006

A Family at Cross-Purposes

Hopefully this is not true, or grossly overblown. This comes from the WaPo so I am always leery of their spin:

It is a struggle worthy of the Old Testament, pitting brother against brother, son against mother, and leaving the famous father, the Rev. Billy Graham, trapped in the middle, pondering what to do.
Retired and almost blind at 88, the evangelist is sitting in his modest log house on an isolated mountaintop in western North Carolina and listening to a family friend describe where Franklin Graham, heir to his father's worldwide ministry, wants to bury his parents.
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HT: Ken

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