Franklin Graham, son of famous US evangelist Billy Graham, is in the middle of a UK evangelistic stadium tour. It's a triumphant return for the American preacher after his last attempt at a UK tour in 2020 saw all eight venues cancel on him after pressure from activists opposed to his language on same-sex relationships. But is Graham’s brand of no-holds-barred American evangelicalism likely to find a hearing in post-Christian Britain? Do big stadium evangelistic crusades even work anymore? Or should the UK church be standing up his freedom of speech and resisting cancel culture, regardless of our personal views on his politics?