While the mainstream media attribute doubt to prominent Christian leaders as they ponder the recent terrorist attacks, Franklin Graham stands secure in his faith.
The BBC claimed Church of England's Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby doubted God in light of the violence, but Graham says that's just not true.
"A BBC headline said that the Paris attacks caused the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to doubt the presence of God. Asking God why isn't necessarily doubting God," Graham posted on Facebook.
Indeed, in BBC's "Paris attacks caused archbishop to 'doubt' presence of God," the author says Welby asked "Where are you?" to God.
"Saturday morning, I was out and as I was walking, I was praying and saying, 'God, why—why is this happening? Where are you in all this?'" Welby said.
For Graham, the question isn't so much as where God is, but what's coming next.
"There have been many times that I've asked God why," Graham writes. "But the Bible clearly warns that as we draw to the end of this present age, things are going to get worse. There are going to be wars and rumors of wars, famines, disease, earthquakes, pestilence, and these are just the beginnings.
"I don't doubt God for a second. And I don't doubt for a second that I'm a sinner who has been saved and forgiven by His grace. Not because of who I am, but because Jesus Christ shed His blood 2,000 years ago on a cross for my sins and God raised Him from the dead—and He is alive forevermore. When I was 22 years old, I asked Jesus Christ to come into my heart, and I haven't doubted Him for a moment since that day."
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