Televangelist Pat Robertson is known for controversial opinions. In the last few months, he's racked up a few, but he's been doing it for years. Today, he was at it again in a big way.
Televangelist Pat Robertson asserted this week that women who wanted to serve their country in combat roles were probably sexual deviants inspired by the movie “Fifty Shades of Grey.” On the Thursday edition of The 700 Club, Robertson asked co-host Wendy Griffith why women would want to...
Jerry Falwell is to Donald Trump as Pat Robertson is to Rudy Giuliani.
If I go a few days without posting about Pat Robertson, I wonder if something's happened to him. But then he'll say something crazy and all is right with the world again.Robertson reminded his audience this week that listening to rock music is a sin because it can be used to summon demons. Obviously.
Pat Robertson didn't say David Bowie was kidnapped by demons, or that he didn't really die.
Pat Robertson’s antics on The 700 Club are some of the oddest on the air waves, and, of course, the massive event of David Bowie’s recent death came across the religious right mainstay’s radar. Pat has often been an outspoken critic of mainstream culture, with a special hatred for the kind of rock music that... Show More Summary
Christian evangelist relic Pat Robertson has advised a woman to let her 17-year-old girl she does not accept the gay “lifestyle” in order to save her from impending doom. Speaking on The 700 Club yesterday, Robertson admitted that there’s…...Show More Summary
Pat Robertson, the outspoken father of controversial Christian talk show The 700 Club, isn’t going anywhere, according to a new article from Vulture. In 2001, Disney acquired Robertson’s network, which began as Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) and later morphed into The Family Channel. Show More Summary
Yes, Pat Robertson's Christian talk show The 700 Club will continue to air even when ABC Family becomes known as Freeform. “The 700 Club will continue to air on Freeform,” the network said in a statement. “It was part of a longstanding agreement that was made when Disney first acquired... More »
Answering a viewer question, televangelist Pat Robertson said that a child who curses and disrespects religion at Christmas should be beaten. A grandparent told Robertson that when she visits her daughter for the holiday, a grandchild "comes high on marijuana, cursing and challenging our faith. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson, a Southern Baptist minister and media mogul, took part in a two-round boxing exhibition in Manchester, N.H., in February 1988 while running for the Republican presidential nomination. Afterward, Mr. Robertson, a former Golden Gloves champion, called the bout against Mike Sampson a draw.
Conservative Christian media personality Pat Robertson took the latest wave of Islamophobia to a higher level Tuesday by claiming, as he likes to do, that Islam is not a religion at all. "Islam is a political system that is intent on world domination," Robertson said on "The 700 Club." "It isn't a, quote, religion as such. Show More Summary
Alex McFarland beats Pat Robertson to the punch. …
This post originally ran in the Olden Timey Days of just a few weeeks ago, but now we think it might be a Thanksgiving tradition! Curl up in your snuggie with your first cocktail of Thanksgiving morning, and learn how to hate on the gays with Grandpa Pat! Thanksgiving is such a nice time! (Unless
TV preacher Pat Robertson responded a viewer asking what Jesus would do about refugees by explaining that allowing fleeing Syrians into the country was a bad policy that could cause “mayhem.” “With the horrible, ongoing ISIS attacks, I was wondering what Jesus would say about...
What was the biblical story of Sodom and Gomorrah all about?If you listen to conservative Christians -- and I'm sorry if you do -- it's a lesson all about why homosexuality is evil.But if you listen to Pat Robertson on The 700 Club, it's not really about homosexuality at all:
Pat Robertson, host of The 700 Club, told viewers yesterday that the “sin” of Sodom was pride and not homosexuality. Yes, that Pat Robertson. The same Robertson most famous for his routine rants that any pro-LGBTQ progress will lead to the destruction of America “like it did Sodom and Gomorrah,” two Biblical cities destroyed in […]
It’s the weirdest thing on the whole planet when Pat Robertson is Right About A Thing, especially when it’s about gaygendersexicans! Usually Grandpa Pat is all “Hey, you homosexuals, stop thrusting inside Pat’s dusty man cave!” and “Hey,...Show More Summary
On yesterday's episode of The 700 Club, a viewer asked Pat Robertson whether she should invite certain atheist family members to her Christian wedding.Robertson said she should invite them... but offered a strange caveat.
As it turns out, no lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights milestone goes unnoticed by Pat Robertson. The conservative televangelist, once again, predicted that God will destroy America's financial markets on "The 700 Club"...Show More Summary