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Bill Bright
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Religious Figure
    (October 19, 1921-July 19, 2003)
    Founded Campus Crusade for Christ at UCLA
    Co-founder of the Alliance Defense Fund, which protects Christian First Amendment rights
    Wrote 'The Four Spiritual Laws'
    Wrote or contributed to over 200 books
    Wrote thousands of articles and spiritual pamphlets
    Produced 'The Jesus Film'
    Held B.A. in Economics, graduated from Princeton and Fuller Seminaries
    He is a religious zealot.
    He tries to push his religious agenda down the throats of those who have different views.
    He is a doctor in name only, presented with five honorary doctorates.
    The Alliance Defense Fund protects almost exclusively Christians.
    He proclaimed himself the 'happy pagan' before he converted.
    His name is way too close to Bill of Rights.
    He was an excellent student in high school and college.
    He owned a successful candy company in Hollywood.
    Campus Crusade for Christ is the largest Christian ministry in the world, with separate chapters in 190 countries and thousands of American universities.
    'The Four Spiritual Laws' pamphlet has been distributed to almost 3 billion people.
    The ADF wins over 75% of all cases it takes on.
    'The Jesus Film' is the most watched movie of all time seen by 5.1 billion people in 228 countries.
    It has sold over 50 million DVDs and tapes. The top-selling Hollywood movie, 'The Lion King,' sold 30 million copies.
    'The Jesus Film' is the most translated movie, with 858 complete translations. It can now be viewed free on its website in over 300 languages.
    Bright worked for the film for five years to make it theologically accurate, seem unbiased, appealing to all ages and of theater viewing quality.
    Bright won the Templeton Prize, which also was won by Mother Theresa, Billy Graham, and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. He donated the $1.1 million dollar prize to charity.
    He was married to his wife Vonette for 54 years.
    When he died, Billy Graham said: 'He has carried a burden on his heart as few men that I've ever known - a burden for the evangelization of the world. He is a man whose sincerity and integrity and devotion to our Lord have been an inspiration and a blessing to me ever since the early days of my ministry.'

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