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This extraordinary man of faith who engaged the culture with the gospel of Jesus Christ and truly changed the world received an honorary doctorate from Seattle Pacific in 1954.
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Today we remember the Rev. Billy Graham, who made a lasting impact on our campus after his visit in 1954. He received an honorary doctorate from Seattle Pacific College in recognition of his “world movement for God.” The SPC Bulletin published this account of his visit.
“One of the high points during the Autumn Quarter was the Special Convocation Tuesday morning, November 23, when the Bill Graham team came as a group to the campus and the college conferred upon Billy Graham the Doctor of Letters degree. The ceremony followed a very wonderful address to a packed auditorium by the evangelist. Faculty members were present in academic regalia and the entire atmosphere was electric with interest and high appreciation because of the significance of the occasion.”
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