Billy Grahams Son Has A Dialogue About President Obamas Faith

04.25.11 | Sarah Harnisch

A key evangelical leader says he questions President Obama's Christianity.  Reverend Franklin Graham told ABC's "This Week" that many people wonder where President Obama "really stands" on the question of whether he's Muslim or Christian. Graham said "for him, going to church, means he's a Christian. For me, it's about whether we have given our life to Christ and are following him in faith, and have trusted him as our savior." Graham heads Samaritan's Purse, a faith-based charity, and is the son of Reverend Billy Graham, spiritual advisor to many presidents.  The younger Franklin noted that Obama has personally told him he's a Christian, but, quote, "the debate comes, what is a Christian?"  He said "when he says he's a Christian, I'm not going to say 'no you're not.' God is the only one who his heart. It's not what church you're a member of. A membership does not make you a Christian."