Friday, November 11, 2005

Pat Robertson is at it again

This time he's telling a town in Pennsylvania that it risks disaster because of how some election went there on Tuesday.

I've said this before and I'll say it again: Pat Robertson is a false prophet. He's not really much of a Christian at all. In the old days he would have been dragged outside of his headquarters in Virginia Beach and STONED to DEATH. Hey, it's how they treated false prophets in the Old Testament. You had to be right 100% of the time when speaking in the name of God. Pat has been wrong like 400% of the time. Heck, that's enough to almost have to "roll back" the period of grace that we are supposed to be in. If it weren't for that, Robertson would have been dead meat a long time ago.

But if you're the kind of person who can't get enough of this man's foolishness, click on the above link for more.

3 comments:

qemuel said...

Hi, Chris!

I just wanted to comment on your previous entry about the irony of becoming a teacher again after having just commented recently on being a student.

The best teachers remain students by teaching, and by inviting the students to come up to the top of the mountain and see the view for themselves.

Congratulations and good luck!

qemuel said...

Almost forgot--the thought of stoning Pat Robertson keeps me warm at night.

Later!

Kyle Williams said...

qemuel, don't repay foolishness with foolishness.