Nothing more plainly evidences the bankruptcy of today’s Evangelicalism than its flirtations with Rome, and no man epitomizes this bankruptcy more than Billy Graham. Billy Graham has been Evangelicalism’s foremost personality since the middle of the twentieth century.
An article in Christianity Today for Oct. 5, 1992, entitled “Can Evangelicalism Survive Its Success?” noted: “IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO OVERESTIMATE BILLY GRAHAM’S IMPORTANCE IN THE LAST 50 YEARS OF EVANGELICALISM. ... Graham personally embodied most of the characteristics of resurgent evangelicalism. ... de-emphasizing doctrinal and denominational differences that often divided Christians.”
This book has six chapters: Has Rome Changed?; The Great Change in Evangelicalism; When Did Graham’s Compromise Begin?; Graham Was Warned Many Times; Year by Year Survey: Graham and Rome from 1950 to 2005; and The Council of Trent Reaffirmed.