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Billy the Kid Graham : God and the Media: God and the Media

By Laura, Rochelle

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Title: Billy the Kid Graham : God and the Media: God and the Media  
Author: Laura, Rochelle
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of America, Media Influence on Christianity
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In this paper we examine the underlying concept of true World Missions and the conflict Media possess on it. Today we review the ‘process vs the Promises’ of God in his Word. Further was the camera’ cord-snake’ being the serpent in Billy’s Garden (Madison Square 1949) that would tempt him to succumb to its rather than to God’s injunction ‘have no gods before me?’ 1. Why did God admonished for assembling all of Israel (King David) 2. Israel in 29 AD had no mass communication-but if it did I wouldn’t be surprised if a Billy the kid type would arise 3. Did God really say thou shalt have no other idols before me-certainly not my one-eyed camera (cord) snake 4. Did the snake come into the garden of love (Cross by way of suffering) and fashion it into the almighty dollar by way of lots of Media? 5. Did he puff Christ or the Agenda (pride at all costs) 6. If you live by the ‘snake-voyeurism’ you will kill innocence and Liberty 7. —“for the glory of God,” of course! Though the temptation is present in every culture, it also must be acknowledged that the ethics of truth (should not be) complicated

media has had a profound effect on life and here on the rise of Evangelism. This has been detrimental to all.

King David and World Evangelism Southern Style King David was provoked by Satan to number Israel, “And again the anger of the Lord was kindled against Israel, and he moved David against them to say, Go, number Israel and Judah.” (2 Sam 24) Previously, “Samuel delivered an oration to the people of Israel that fairly sizzled with contempt for the idea of monarchy.” God needed to move swiftly and with reprehensibility. “The rule of kings…was strictly for the goyim.” This was the wrath of God and the judgment of numbering was either three days of plague but David would again not learn his lesson and grieve God as he became King. Israel was supposed to be a theocracy, not a monarchy.” This temptation was idolatrous: Deut 17:14 When you enter the land the LORD your God is giving you and have taken possession of it and settled it, and you say, "Let us set a king over us like all the nations around us," Deut 17:15 you are to appoint over yourselves the king whom the LORD your God shall choose. Appoint a king from among your brothers; you are not to set over yourselves a foreigner who is not one of your brothers; 1 Sam 8:20Then we will be like all the other nations, with a king to judge us, to go out before us, and to fight our battles. This King was warned against as on who would mercilessly take the sons and daughters for war, slavery etc. So, does modern Missions/Evangelism have a blind side? In this essay the lives of Christian leaders will be evaluated along the lines of biblical Evangelism in America.

Table of Contents
Contents Introduction 3 King David and World Evangelism Southern Style 3 King Making and Billy Graham 4 The Social Outreach of Urbana 5 The Lausanne Covenant 5 Transcended Media-Provocateurs 6 God in the Garden 7 Elizabeth Elliott 9 Spurgeon and the Evangelist 10 Conclusion 11 Bibliography 11


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