Robertson Warns Dover's Anti-ID Voters Not To Expect Protection From God

January 2006
Church & State;Jan2006, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p17
The article reports that preacher Pat Robertson warns anti-intelligent design voters not to expect protection from God. The polls involved school board members promoting intelligent design in Dover, Pennsylvania. During the airing of 700 Club, Robertson allegedly commented about a predicted outcome for their area. If disasters would happen, they must not expect help, since they have rejected God from Dover. Robertson already predicted a Florida town to be hit by hurricane, in the past.


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