After today’s comments and past history Pat Robertson, for the sake of the Gospel, should retire from public life.
The following is part two of the Introduction for “With Christ in the Voting Booth.” For more than three decades evangelicals had been praying for a presidential candidate they could support whole-heartedly. For a few months in the last election cycle, it looked like their prayers might be answered. Mike Huckabee, a Baptist preacher-turned-Governor, offered […]
If encouraging a divorce where the Bible forbids it wasn’t enough, former Presidential candidate and broadcaster Pat Robertson shows once again he no longer deserves the respect of the pro-life movement. Slate (which sadly supports Robertson’s comments) has the transcript of remarks from his television show: A viewer poses this question: I have a friend whose […]
Pat Robertson of the Christian Broadcasting Network this week on the 700 Club said that a man would be morally justified to divorce his wife with Alzheimer’s disease in order to marry another woman because she’s “not there anymore.” Robertson said, "I know it sounds cruel, but if he’s going to do something, he should […]
Some miscellaneous links and items of interest around the ‘net for your weekend. Reformed Meditations: The Perfect Murder Fox News: Palin Goes After Obama at Tea Party Convention Al Mohler: Masculinity in a Can, Fight Club at Church, and the Crisis of Manhood American Thinker: Our National Blind Spot by Mark W. Hendrickson BreakPoint: The […]
Rev. Pat Robertson made some predictions for 2008, as is his annual tradition. As he prays about events in the coming year, he then shares what he believes God has told him on a recent episode of the 700 Club. Prediction #1 – “The Lord was saying that there’s going to be violence and chaos […]