#0393sva – Pat Robertson Wrong Again!
October 26, 2011
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Pat Robertson, charismatic TV broadcaster and former presidential candidate, founded the Christian Broadcasting Network in 1960. His broadcast, called “The 700 Club,” airs daily on the network.
On the September 16 broadcast, he told a viewer it would be justifiable to divorce his wife who has Alzheimer’s in order for him to remarry. Such unscriptual reasoning made headlines, of course. Now Robertson is back-pedaling. In a statement, he said, “I was not giving advice to the whole world, nor was I counseling anybody to be unscriptural and leave [his] spouse. Please know that I believe the Bible. Please know that I would never tell anybody to leave [his] sick spouse. I never, never would say such a thing…Remember, [people] come to me asking for specific advice, and I give them specific advice about their condition, not for the world.”
His explanation sound like a sloppy effort at damage control. It looks like he has been wrong both times.
—Sword Press Service
Administrator’s Comment: Well, Pat is wrong on this one! I actually saw the broadcast where he DID give advice for this man to divorce his sick wife. Now the change of story??? Well, he is also a 33rd Degree Mason and he has been denying that also.
Check out the Time Magazine cover below.
Notice the Masonic salute that Pat Robertson is doing on the cover of Time Magazine. That is strictly Masonic not Christian. Whether you are a true novice in the Masonic order or the highest ranking Mason—as a born-again Christian (which Robertson claims to be) you would KNOW that the organization isn’t Christian but occultic in origin and practice. I know many who name the name of Christ but are 33rd Degree Masons. Folks, you are either a follower of Christ or you are not! Can’t have it both ways on this one. (Matthew 10:34-39)
For further information see:
Can a Christian be a Mason? (Blog #0224 on this site under Occult or Cult)