Pat Robertson TV Evangelist warns
Pennsylvania Town God won't help them in a Disaster
November 12th, 2005
Pat Robertson who is host to the
TV show The 700 Club, has told people in a Pennsylvania town, that
God will not help if a disaster strikes because of a vote to not
teach evolution with intelligent design.
Pat said on his TV show that the
people of Dover have turned their back on God. The Tuesday vote was
proposed to implement the idea of intelligent design into the story
On The 700 Club He said, "I'd
like to say to the good citizens of Dover: If there is a disaster in
your area, don't turn to God, you just rejected Him from your city."
"God is tolerant and loving, but
we can't keep sticking our finger in His eye forever," Mr. Robertson
further stated. "If they have future problems in Dover, I recommend
they call on Charles Darwin. Maybe he can help them."
He followed up and said that
“our spiritual actions have consequences”.
The reason for Pat Robertson’s
statements was because the parents of Dover students sued the school
board for introducing religion with creationism in the curriculum.
This is against the US constitution of church and state. The case
was heard in federal court and ended last week, with the verdict
expected to be decided the beginning of next year.
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