The Case for Faith
Billy Graham steadied himself by gripping both sides of the podium. He was eighty years old,
fighting Parkinson’s disease, but he stared intently at the throngs inside the RCA Dome in
Indianapolis and spoke in a steady, forceful voice. There was no hint of hesitation, no uncertainty
or ambiguity. His sermon was essentially the same simple and direct message he had been
preaching for fifty years.