Crazy televangelist guy Pat Robertson says that educated people receive fewer miracles

April 1, 2013

Monday on the 700 Club, Pat Robertson after being asked by a viewer why miracles such as “people raised from the dead, blind eyes open, lame people walking” seem to “happen with great frequency in Africa, and not here in the USA?” the televangelist responded, “because those people overseas didn’t go to Ivy League schools.”

Thinks God doesn't bless the educated.

Thinks God doesn’t bless the educated.












Right Wing Watch reports,“Well, we are so sophisticated, we think we’ve got everything figured out, we know about evolution, we know about Darwin, we know about all these things that says God isn’t real, we know about all this stuff,” in many schools, in the most advanced schools, we have been inundated with skepticism and secularism.”



What Robertson may have meant was, less educated people believe his bullshit.

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  • jch125

    Too many of you people are spoon fed with what the media tells you. I’ve followed Pat Robertson’s ministry for over 30 years. In all that time I have never seen him accused of any financial misappropriations of any sort. I’ve seen his ministry however send people to help those in need in nearly every disaster this country has been in over that time as well as disasters in Haiti, Japan and elsewhere in the world. In fact his ministry had for many years over 500 centers in the US (called Operation Blessing) to feed the poor, clothe the poor and house the poor. I don’t know if they are still operating today or if they have changed them to other things. What Pat Robertson does is simply export Christianity to people in the US as well as other parts of the world. So what’s wrong with that? He has the right to his opinion as do you and as I do also. In fact before you start criticizing him and others WHAT exactly have YOU done for people? I personally don’t always agree with what Robertson says but it comes from his interpretation of Biblical scriptures and most Christian religions in the US agree with him. When Robertson says the educated don’t get much miracles I can agree with him on that. After all the Bible says “according to your faith so shall it be done unto you”. And if your faith is in what the doctor says, and if the doctor says you are going to die, then you are probably not going to get a miracle. By the way what we’ve found over here in Christian circles is that most healing miracles require faith of the person to believe God is going to heal them (though not all healing miracles come this way). So before you people and this website criticize you might actually check into what Robertson is talking about before you reject it. Just sayin

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