Pat Robertson is the host of the long-running program “The 700 Club.” It is a religion-themed talk show but Pat also talks about other things you wouldn’t expect him to talk about - like food.
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Pat Robertson, the illustrious host of The 700 Club, suggested that Israeli P.M. Ariel Sharon's stroke was God's wrath for "dividing His land." Would Robertson, who requested Hugo Chavez's assassination, prefer neverending territorial war?
Pat Robertson has many opinions on subjects including homosexuality, politics and the coming of the Mark of the Beast, but it was the famous televangelist's opinion on marriage that took center stage during Wednesday's episode of his daily television program, 'The 700 Club.'
Pat Robertson is in hot water again for suggesting a man move to Saudi Arabia so he can beat his wife.
On Wednesday s episode of The 700 Club, Robertson said one woman should forget about her husband's cheating ways and focus on why she married him.
According to a new documentary debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival, televangelist Pat Robertson funnelled millions of dollars in donations allotted to refugees in Rwanda, to his personal diamond mine in the Congo.
Thanks, Pat Robertson! Who knew that, by me eating macaroni and cheese all ...
Televangelist Pat Robertson thinks supporters of same-sex marriage are akin to followers of the Illuminati.
Pat Robertson recently attempted to explain why more miracles seem to happen for 'simple, humble' foreigners than for Americans, and he said it has to do with evolution. On Monday's episode of the Christian Broadcasting Network's '700 Club,' a viewer wrote in and asked why miracles -- 'like people being raised from the dead, blind eyes opened, lame people walking' -- often happen overseas and not in the United States, RawStory notes.
Caroline takes a look at the top trending stories, including a NYC restaurant offering 'silence' on its menu, a woman's 'Braveheart' act lands her in court, Pat Robertson claims low-carb diets offend God, and Government pays $47K for mechanical bull.
Usually when one buys clothes second-hand at shops like Goodwill, one just wonders whether it's been laundered properly. But Pat Robertson brought an entirely new worry to the fore on Monday's episode of his '700 Club' program. Responding to an email sent in by a viewer, the elderly televangelist said that, while not all clothes have demonic spirits attached to them, it never hurts to take some precautionary measures.
Former NASA astronauts are expected to warn today that the Earth has been slammed by far more asteroids than previously thought -- including 26 impacts since 2001 that caused explosions on the scale of an atomic bomb.
CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on Pat Robertson's recent claim about how one could get AIDS from towels in Kenya.
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