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Pat Robertson Wikipedia, Wiki, Biography, Bio, Death Net Worth, Dies, News, Wife, gay, Meme, Twitter, quotes, trump, university – American media tycoon Marion Gordon “Pat” Robertson served as a Southern Baptist clergyman, political commentator, religious broadcaster, and presidential contender. Robertson was well-known for his involvement in Republican Party politics and for promoting a conservative Christian viewpoint.
Pat Robertson Bio
|Date Of Birth
|22 March 1930
|8 June 2023
|Lexington, Virginia, United States
|Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
Pat Robertson Physical Stats
|5 feet 9 inch
Pat Robertson’s Educational Qualifications
|Yale Law School
|College or University
Washington and Lee University
Pat Robertson Family
|Absalom Willis Robertson
|Glayds Churchill Robertson
|Brother / Sister
|Willis Robertson Jr.
|Gordon P. Robertson, Tim Robertson, Elizabeth Faith Robertson, Anne Carter Robertson
Pat Robertson’s Marital Status
|Adelia Elmer Robertson
Pat Robertson Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars
|$ 100 Million
Pat Robertson’s Social Media Accounts
Pat Robertson Latest News
The Christian Broadcasting Network said in a news release on Thursday that Pat Robertson, a well-known televangelist who founded the network, helped the Christian right become a significant political force, and campaigned unsuccessfully for president in 1988, has passed away.
Christian televangelist and former presidential candidate Pat Robertson passes away at age 93.
Longtime TV personality Pat Robertson, a religious broadcaster, a humanitarian, an educator, and a former presidential contender, passed away at his Virginia Beach home early on Thursday morning. The release stated that he was 93.
Virginia’s Regent University also issued a statement expressing its condolences for Robertson’s passing.
William L. Hathaway, executive vice president for academic affairs of Regent University, expressed his institution’s profound sorrow over the passing of its beloved founder. “Dr. Robertson was a widely acclaimed leader, broadcaster, philanthropist, educator, author, successful businessman, and – most importantly – a faithful servant of God who dedicated his life to glorifying the Lord and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ,” reads an obituary for him.
Robertson, who was born in 1930, created the Christian Broadcasting Network in 1960 and received his ordination as a Southern Baptist preacher the following year. He used that platform, as well as his daily programme “The 700 Club” (named for its target of 700 members whose pledges would keep the station financially viable), to spread his message of conservative Christian values to those at home, criticising issues such as abortion, feminism, and gay rights.
Ronald Reagan was elected with the aid of Robertson’s transformation of the conservative evangelical movement into a power in American politics. He then unsuccessfully sought the 1988 Republican presidential candidature, finishing behind both George H.W. Bush and Bob Dole.
After that, he established the Christian Coalition of America to support conservative Christian political candidates and then went back to “The 700 Club.”
Over the course of his long career, Robertson expressed a number of divisive and contentious viewpoints, and he frequently asserted that terrorist attacks and natural calamities were a sort of divine vengeance for perceived immorality.
In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Robertson concurred with his colleague televangelist Jerry Falwell that God had let the terrorists to prosper because America had turned left and marginalised religion.
Falwell stated on “The 700 Club” that he “really believes that the pagans, the abortionists, the feminists, the gays and lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle, the ACLU, People for the American Way, all of them who have tried to secularise America, I point the finger in their face and say, ‘You helped this happen.'”
I completely agree, and the issue is that we have adopted that agenda at the highest levels of our administration, Robertson remarked.