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Pat Robertson Stands by Claim That Liberals Support Sharia Law; 'The Left is Undermining Christian Values,' Says Rep

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Pat Robertson, the executive chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network stands by controversial comments he made recently about liberals supporting Sharia law, despite sparking a firestorm of criticism.

Pat Robertson: It’s ‘macho’ for Trump to grab women ‘by the pssy’ without permission

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Pat Robertson on Monday declared that Donald Trump was the “clear winner” of Sunday night’s presidential debate, and the televangelist asserted that the GOP candidate’s admission that he groped women was simply “macho” talk. “Trump ...

Pat Robertson forgets: Marriage is about sacrifice, too

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The state of marriage in America has become a perpetual source of handwringing for conservative pundits, and few pundits have proved more adept at the skill than Pat Robertson, founder of the Christian Broadcast Network and long tim...

Pat Robertson shrugs off adultery, CBN regrets the misunderstanding

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By Eric Marrapodi, Co-Editor CNN Belief Blog (CNN)–The Christian Broadcast Network regrets the misunderstanding. Again. Pat Robertson, the 83-year-old founder of the network and professional putter-of-foot-in-mouth, was not condonin...

Pat Robertson: Donald Trump 'Tried to Look Macho' in Comments on Groping Women; Russell Moore Decries 'Humiliating Mess'

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Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat Robertson dismissed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's 2005 tape where he bragged about groping women as an attempt to look "macho," though Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moo...


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