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As much of the world's Christian community looks forward to one of the year's most-religious weekends, and with a brand new pope having recently been elected, this evening Piers Morgan welcomes Franklin Graham for a live, face to face interview.
One of the nation's foremost Evangelical Christians, having preached to more than three million people at more than 125 events, Graham is the son of legendary minister Billy Graham, and the president and CEO of multiple religious organizations.
A staunch opponent of same-sex marriage and domestic unions, this evening's appearance by Graham comes on the backdrop of ongoing Supreme Court arguments relating to Proposition 8 and DOMA.
A returning guest, in the past the 60-year-old missionary has used the platform to explain his personal position on the matter, saying in part "I cannot accept gay marriage. I'm not homophobic. I'm not against gay or lesbian people. They are free to live however they want to live. But I believe God makes it very clear that marriage is between a man and a woman."
In addition to a primetime conversation with Graham, tonight's program will also feature a new debate on gun legislation, with visits from a pair of Connecticut police chiefs, as well as Dana Loesch and Grover Norquist.
Tune in this evening at 9 for a live edition of the primetime show regularly regarded as leading the national conversation on firearm law.
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