Controversial Charismatic Televangelist and False Prophet, Pat Robertson, Dies at 93

“During his career, Pat Robertson gained attention not only for his conservative Christian views but also for his controversial statements and prophecies. One notable instance was his prediction in 2020 that Donald Trump would be reelected as President of the United States and serve for another term.”

(The Dissenter) The latest in a string of death of prominent Evangelical leaders, following Charles Stanley and Tim Keller, is the notorious charismatic televangelist and founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), Pat Robertson, who passed away at his home in Virginia Beach at the age of 93….

Born in 1930, Robertson had a long and influential career in religious broadcasting, leaving a lasting impact on the Christian community and American politics. He was known for his charismatic personality and his dedication to promoting conservative Christian values.

Robertson’s journey in religious broadcasting began when he founded the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) in 1960. The network grew to become one of the largest Christian television networks in the world, reaching millions of viewers with programs like The 700 Club. As the host of The 700 Club, Robertson became a familiar face in households across America, engaging viewers with his passionate sermons, interviews, and discussions. View article →


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