Item description for Bring It on: Tough Questions. Candid Answers. by Pat Robertson...
Overview Unafraid of being politically incorrect, the founder and chairman of CBN tackles cultural issues that most Christians avoid. Derived from actual questions answered on his "700 Club" television segment of the same name, "Bring It On" gives real answers to tough questions.
No controversy is too big and no subject is off limits. Unafraid of being politically incorrect, CBN founder and chairman Pat Robertson will tackle all of the issues of our culture that most Christians shy away from. Derived from the actual questions answered on his "700 Club" television segment of the same name, "Bring It On" gives real answers to Christians with tough questions. Questions include:
How Can We Do Greater Things than Jesus?
What Makes a Worship Service?
Do Clones Have Souls?
Should a Christian Avoid Using Medicine?
Do Miracles Really Happen?
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jul 8, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785296565 ISBN13 9780785296560
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More About Pat Robertson
PAT ROBERTSON is the founder and chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc., founder of Regent University, The Center for Law and Justice, and International Family Entertainment, Inc. Robertson is the author of ten books including "The Turning Tide, The New Millennium", and" The End of the Age. "His New York Times bestseller, "The New World Order", was the number one religious book in America in the year of its publication, as were "The Secret Kingdom" and" Answers to 100 of Life's Most Probing Questions. "Robertson was named among America's 100 Cultural Elite by "Time" magazine. He and wife, Dede, have four children and thirteen grandchildren. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Pat Robertson currently resides in Virginia Beach, in the state of Virginia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Bring It On?
pat is my hero! Dec 2, 2006
Pat Robertson is my hero! He gives such great advice. I love the way he takes natural disasters like hurricane katrina and blames them on non-Christians and people who don't fit his ideal "perfect person." He is so candid; we need more nazi-like, homophobic, anti-semitic people in this world who get personal messages from God and tell everyone else how to live their lives. Pat, thank you for making this country a better place. Whenever I have a problem in my life I always turn to you first, because you are always right. Everyone who disagrees with you is going to hell! And that's a fact!
(by the way, i'm being sarcastic)
How Mr. Robertson solved my problem Jul 13, 2006
First of all, I have to thank Mr. Robertson for taking time out of his very busy life as a religious and political leader to help me with a little business problem I was having.
You see, a few months back, I was having trouble with a mine I owned in the Sudan, which was operated by slave laborers. The feds were breathing down my neck pretty bad, and I needed some advice quick.
Luckily, I remembered that Mr. Robertson owned a slave operated gold mine in Liberia, and had worked hand in hand with the tyrannical leader of that nation, Charles Taylor (if you're interested, google "Pat Robertson Charles Taylor"). I phoned Mr. Robertson and asked him what to do about my problem, and I'll never forget what he told me. He said "Son, I don't know who the hell you are, but I'm too damn rich and important to bother with your petty crap." Then he hung up the phone and went back to dealing with corrupt foreign polticians for the sake of his own personal greed. It was the solution I'd been looking for.
God bless, Pat. I'll see you in hell, buddy.
Don't trust yourself, trust this moron May 24, 2006
I can't believe that people actually sit down and write Pat Robertson about what is 'acceptable' and what is 'non-acceptable.' What nonsense? What makes them think that Robertson has ANY idea about how to run ANYone's life?
This guy is not execptionally profound, not that smart, and on top of that believes in a hideous brand of theology meant to scare the hell into people. Trust me, Pat Robertson knows best about ONE thing: How to scare people in the name of God.
I used to be a fan and brief member of 700 club... until.... Feb 24, 2006
The intro of this book reads,.... "Shortly after America was attacked on September 11, 2001, a survey was taken, asking if the horrific attacks might be part of God's judgment for our sins.." For those of you who might remember, Robertson and his buddy Jerry Falwell got in some hot water two days after 9/11 regarding their theory that certain sins -- homosexuality, the ACLU, etc. had caused the tragedy.
What's interesting is that Robertson left out some sins.
"Medical supply planes", purchased for donations under the guise of Operation Blessing, were actually used by Robertson's company African Development to ship diamonds from Zaire. According to chief pilot Robert Hinkle, only two of almost 40 flights were actually humanitarian in nature, with minimal loads on each trip. Robertson embraced Mobutu Sese Seko, the currupt dictator of Zaire, three weeks after Mobutu's soldiers opened fire on thousands of peaceful Christians on Sunday, Feb. 16, 1992. To Robertson, Seko was a Christian democrat, rather than a dictator who killed Christians. Local missionaries claimed as many as 250 were killed. Of course, Liberian dictator Charles Taylor was also a Robertson ally with "Freedom Gold," until the U.S. supported a coup of that leader a decade later.
Was it the sin of the people that led to 9/11.... or corrupt leadership who, because of their ties to regimes like Saudi Arabia, led to the tragedy. Dubya and his dad are bosom Masonic buddies with the MUSLIM Saudi's... and most of the terrorist obviously were trained in and hailed from Saudi Arabia. Saudi government officials openly support organizations that fund terrorist activities.
As for this book, it's interesting enough and hits many Christian issues. I don't have any major problems with Robertson's heart-felt theology...
It's his personal lifestyle that I'm concerned with.
Worst book ever written for a devout former follower Jan 23, 2006
This is an atrocity to mankind, viciously attacking.... nothing at all. It shows how far christianity has fallen. I have recently acquired the satanic bible, and it trumps this book any day. I am now a satanist because of this book.