Religion News Service: Billy Graham will be buried on March 2 at the library he established in Charlotte, N.C., following a funeral service under a tent similar to the one where the evangelist held his first major revival nearly 70 years ago.
Religion News Service: RNS explores the life and legacy of Billy Graham
The Atlantic: The preacher, dead at 99, advised presidents, mentored clergy, and influenced millions of people. Will his legacy of non-partisan outreach continue?
The New York Times: Billy Graham's missed opportunities
The (London) Guardian: Billy Graham was on the wrong side of history
Why Billy Graham was determined to globalize evangelicalism
The Atlantic: Recognizing that Americans are not the future of his religion, the late preacher embraced "the black world, the white world, the yellow world, the rich world, the poor world."
Religion & Politics: It is compliment, not a category error, to claim that Graham was more than what he -- with a trademark humility that was both genuine and strategic -- claimed to be.
Christian Today: Not speaking ill of the dead is quite a challenge in the adversarial, grandstanding age of the culture wars. But it's an urgent call.