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Talk:Pat Robertson

What is the A-J, P-Z for?

Dateline Hollywood is clearly a satire site, so the quotation from it should not be on this page unless there is an independent source (however, it's clear from context that it originated with Dateline Hollywood).

Is there a source to the quote, "The Antichrist is probably a Jew alive in Israel today."? Because it seems like something Pat Robertson wouldn't say. He is a strong supporter of Israel.

So is there a reputable source? If there is not, it should be deleted.

I added a published source for this quote : "The Christian Paradox", Harper's Magazine (August 2005). It seems to be an old quote widely mentioned without any dispute or denial on the web, but I haven't yet found any publication, broadcast, or pronunciation date for the original statement. ~ Achilles 21:33, 6 December 2005 (UTC) PS: This article should be reformatted along standard lines. I intend to work on this, perhaps in a few hours, but I won't have the time right away. ~ Achilles 21:39, 6 December 2005 (UTC)
A strong supporter of Israel for his own reasons - like the rest of the fundamentalist community. Have you read the book of revelations scenario they're all salivating for? In the end, it doesn't work out so well for the Jews.
Let me point out though that just because he thinks the anti-Christ belongs to a certain nationality doesn't necessarily mean he's attacking that nationality as a whole - though given the man's penchant for black and white thinking, it is more than likely. 16:04, 18 July 2008 (UTC)
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