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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Wow, Pat Robertson REALLY made an ass of himself again-well, even moreso than usual

Robertson 'said Sharon being punished by God'

Rev. Pat Robertson has claimed the deteriorating health of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is divine punishment for a soft stance on Israel. Sharon, who turns 78 next month, is currently believed to be in critical condition following a cerebral hemorrhage.

Robertson also pointed to the November 1995 assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin as further evidence that God is punishing leaders willing to divide Israel.


"Ladies and Gentlemen I said last year that Israel was entering into the most dangerous periods of its entire existence as a nation. That is intensifying this year with the loss of Sharon. Sharon was personally a very likeable person and I am sad to see him in this condition, but I think we need to look at the Bible and the Book of Joel. The prophet Joel makes it very clear that God has enmity against those who 'divide my land.' God considers this land to be His. You read the Bible and He says 'this is my land' and for any Prime Minister of Israel who decides he is going to carve it up and give it away, God says 'no, this is mine.' I had a wonderful meeting with Yitzhak Rabin in 1974. He was tragically assassinated, it was a terrible thing that happened but nevertheless he was dead. And now Ariel Sharon who again was a very likeable person, a delightful person to be with, I prayed with him personally, but here he's at the point of death. He was dividing God's land and I would say woe unto any Prime Minister of Israel who takes a similar course to appease the EU, the United Nations, or the United States of America. God says 'this land belongs to me. You'd better leave it alone.'"

Really, God says "this land belongs to me. You'd better leave it alone" eh?

Uhm, Brother Pat, does that remark apply to Christian Theme Parks based in Isarel as well?

A theme park for the Holy Land?

With that in mind, the Israeli ministry of tourism has gone public with a plan to build - in partnership primarily with American Evangelical churches - a sprawling Holy Land Christian Center on the northern shores of the Sea of Galilee, home to some of the most notable chapters in Jesus' ministry. The center, to be built on approximately 125 acres that the Israeli government is offering free of cost, would be a Christian theme park and visitors' center, one that would be particularly attractive to Evangelicals and other Christians who want to spend more time in the places where Jesus walked.

Highlights may include a Holy Bible Garden, full of plants and trees mentioned in the New Testament, and equipped with quiet sites for reflection and prayer. A Sea of Galilee Amphitheater will overlook the mouth of the Jordan River and hold 1,500-2,000 worshippers. And the park will have a Christian Experience Auditorium and a Multimedia Center. The center would also feature an online broadcast center, which would give religious leaders an opportunity to address their followers back home, live, near the tranquil blue waters of the Sea of Galilee (which today is considered a lake).

And I suppose God turns a convenient blind eye at one of the proposed park's most enthusiastic backers

"It thrills me to think that there will be a place in the Galilee where Evangelical Christians from all over the world can come to celebrate the actual place where Jesus Christ lived and taught. It will be our pleasure to fully cooperate with this initiative of the Israeli Government," says Mr. Robertson

Yes, THAT Mr Robertson, the one who said that it's God's land,and that God said to leave it alone

Oh well, at least the Israelis get something out of the deal that will undoubtedly be the hardest condition for those in a mood to convert their Jewish neighbors, they'll not be allowed to bother & pester nonChristians

And bowing to protests from Orthodox Jewish groups, the Christian partners will have to agree not to go out and proselytize to local Jewish Israelis.

Brother Pat, pull out of this wicked venture that will be nothing more than a modern day version of the moneychangers offering their wares in the Temple, the ones that Jesus drove from the temple himself in a fit of righteous rage, wrath & fury

After all, you're the one who said God said to leave that land alone


  • The Holy Spirit's message on the Christian Prophet blog calls Pat Robertson "insane." To my way of seeing a much more reasonable view of Christianity can be found on The Holy Inheritance blog.

    By Blogger A Christian Prophet, at 3:24 PM  


    By Anonymous AMY, at 4:57 PM  

  • Hey I agree with what Amy said. WHEN is someone going to stuff his mouth with a sock? Shut him the hell up already! It's not even funny anymore. The man is disturbed and starting to get really fuckin irritating.....

    By Anonymous Steph, at 12:04 PM  

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