Two years after affair, Billy Graham’s grandson says he is selfish and ‘way worse than anyone knows’

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Tullian Tchividjian, the grandson of well-renown evangelist Billy Graham, is openly regretting his transgressions two years after he lost his church and wife to an adultery scandal.

In a recent blog post shared on his website, Tchividjian admitted he “selfishly wrecked” his life and the lives of many others. Although now remarried, he wanted to set the record straight.

“Whatever bad stuff you may have read or heard about me, whether it is true or false, this I can tell you for sure: I am way worse than anyone knows,” he said in the letter’s introduction.

“In fact, I am certain that if all my sins (thoughts, words, and deeds) over the last four decades were broadcast universally, the only person who would still love me is Jesus (and sometimes in my darkest moments of doubt and despair, I have wondered whether even he would),” the former ordained

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