Evangelism and the Intellectual

by Anna Blanch on March 6, 2009


I was intrigued by a link on Justin Taylor’s blog, Between Two Worlds, this morning to a lecture Billy Graham gave at Harvard University in 1962 on “Evangelism and the Intellectual” (You can download the Real Media files for the lecture: lPart 1 of the Lecture, Part 2 of the Lecture).

In the post, Billy Graham at Harvard: 47 Years Ago, Taylor comments that it is remarkable to hear:

the 43-year-old evangelist quoting contemporary psychologists and playrights and philosophers as he seeks to explain sin, atonement, conversion, and meaning to an audience of skeptics.

I am looking forward to listening to these as I embark on a long road trip this weekend.

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