Does “a person of faith” need to be a Christian?

From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham

Q: A phrase has emerged in society that everyone uses now but few can explain what it means: “a person of faith.” I’m a person of faith in that I believe in God, but I don’t consider myself a Christian because there’s a great deal of the Bible I disagree with. – P.F.

A: Faith not rooted in the truth of God’s Word has no power. It will wither like a plant out of the soil. Power comes from the source of faith, and…

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