Billy Sunday

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Noun1.Billy Sunday - United States evangelist (1862-1935)
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Arriving Spring 2019, the newest additions to the food, beverageand retail lineup are stationary and supply shop Archer Paper Goods, award-winning cocktail bar Billy Sunday, nutrition-focused pet store Pet Wants and Charlotte's favorite dumpling, dim sum and Sichuan food truck The Dumpling Lady.
Moody, Billy Sunday, and Mordecai Ham, the Evangelist under whom Graham came to faith in Christ as a teenage boy in 1934.
I knew something of the history of the church in recent years, and something of the unfortunate re-action from the Billy Sunday campaign, a re-action which was said to make religious work in Des Moines much harder than before the campaign was held.
Although the revivals of Billy Sunday are well known, Pope-Levison wants to recover the Catholic Truth Guild and the Women's Christian Temperance Union.
"An excuse is the skin of a reason stuffed with a lie" (Billy Sunday, 1914).
(3) Where's the evidence that fire-and-brimstone evangelist Billy Sunday ever tried to shut the place down?
JAMES PURDER writes: Another name that Richard Lederer might have included in his list of famous aptronymic personages is that of the renowned evangelist Billy Sunday, who was born William Ashley Sunday in 1862.
Inspired by the adventurous tales of white sharecropper's son Billy Sunday to attempt to become the US Navy's first African-American diver, he enrols at a training camp where his hero is an instructor.
He's down with all the extravagant Billy Graham patter and Billy Sunday moves, but equally, sincerely committed to Jonas' search for divinity in a world that's left his soul dead.
Very few people get rich off of music, and Billy Sunday is no different.