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The evangelist who made St. Paul look small

He must have been the most wildly successful preacher in temporal history by the time he died in North Carolina, where he was born 99 years ago. He walked with presidents and kings, commoners and the uncommon, yet never lost the common touch.

They all learned to call him Billy, and he wouldn't have had

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