Franklin Graham warns that the spirit of the anti-Christ is everywhere. Including his own mouth, it appears.
But preaching the Gospel may prove difficult, according to Graham, in a society where mentioning the name of Christ is prohibited.
That's not true at all. At all. Not even a little bit. You are more than welcome to talk about Jesus on your own time as much as you want. I checked to see if Graham was talking about China or Iran, but he's not. He's talking about the United States.
He goes on to say this:
Despite the opposition, Graham asked students to take advantage of the abundant opportunities forevangelism in today's era, especially through the Internet. He mentioned some options like purchasing key words like "God," "Jesus," or even "Muhammad."
Now wait a minute, Franky, are you completely prohibited from mentioning Jesus or are there "abundant" opportunities to do so? It's one or the other, but certainly not both, asshat.
Also, um, how does one purchase key words? If anyone knows, I would like "sloth", "pudding" and "gummy worms".
*I'm not sure if this rhyme is popular outside of the US, so for those who may not be familiar with it, the entire phrase is "Liar, liar, pants on fire, hang you by your nose from a telephone wire." No idea how that got started.