Graham, son of the prominent and politically connected Christian evangelist Billy Graham, gave an Easter prophecy of his own on Sunday, telling ABC's "This Week" host Christiane Amanpour that social media could be the way in which Jesus Christ's second coming could be revealed to the world.
"The Bible says that every eye is going to see [the Second Coming]," Graham said. "How is the whole world going to see [Jesus Christ] all at one time? I don't know, unless all of a sudden everybody's taking pictures and it's on the media worldwide. I don't know. Social media could have a big part in that."
"Look at what's happening in Libya or Egypt. Everybody's got their phone out and everybody's taking recordings and posting it on YouTube or whatever and sending it to you, and it gets shown around the world," he said.
Last month, Graham garnered criticism for saying he believes natural disasters like Japan's devastating earthquake could be a sign that Armageddon is near.
"What are the signs of [Christ's] Second Coming? War and famine and earthquakes ... escalating like labor pains," Graham told NewsMax. "Maybe this is it, I don't know."
Graham also added some predictions when it comes to U.S. politics, saying that he doesn't believe Sarah Palin will run for president in 2012 and that he finds Mitt Romney a "capable" politician.
As for Donald Trump, Graham said, "I first saw that he was getting in, I thought, Well, this has got to be a joke," the evangelist said. "But the more you listen to him, the more you say to yourself, You know, maybe this guy's right."