Item description for Shout it from the Housetops (The Autobiography of Pat Robertson) by Pat Robertson & Jamie Buckingham...
Overview Founder of the world's first and most influential Christian television network, host of The 700 Club for over 30 years, former presidential candidate, founder of both the Christian Coalition and the American Center for Law and Justice, and unchallenged leader of the "Christian Right," Pat Robertson is an important figure by anyone's standard. Pat's own words about how it all began are an irresistible and unforgettable reading experience.
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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 Shout it from the Housetops (The Autobiography of Pat Robertson)?
A man of faith... Sep 24, 2005
Outside of the Lord Jesus Christ I don't know of any man that has ever walked this earth that never sinned or made a mistake. For that very reason Jesus died to be the propitiation (substitute) for our sins and mistakes. Pat Robertson is a flawed man who sins and makes mistakes everyday. The only difference between him and most of us is that he's very well known and open to criticism by the unsaved or the mentally ascended who just doesn't get it.
Having said all of that; this book thrilled and inspired me in my Christian walk. To see a man with such faith to trust God in an area that he knew nothing about is simply astonishing. Pat expresses the hardship and adversities that he had to go through in fulfilling Gods perfect will in his life. At times they seemed almost unbearable, but Pat being the mighty man of faith that he is was not moved by his circumstances, but by the will and Word of God.
If you are "truly" seeking Gods perfect will in your life; this book is a must read. You will be so blessed by this book. God Bless.
Contrary to Pat Robertson's detractors... Jan 23, 1999
The two reviews above are illustrative of the hate a good number of people in the U.S. have for the Christian faith. Willing to tolerate good little nebishes (if a Christian can be a neb) if they sit on their pews and keep their mouth shut; but woe to those who express a political or social opinion. Most wouldn't recognize the truth even after bitten. Pat does a good job in this book and I'll take his word, his intellect and his integrity over his truth-hater detractors' any day.
Remember that Pat wrote this Nov 17, 1998
Pat Robertson's photo should be placed next to the word egotistical in the dictionary. This autobiography is very well-written, as it should be by a Yale lawyer, but the work conveniently fails to mention some of Pat's life story, including his fathering an illegitimate child, his barefaced lying about his war record, and his father being a Freemason. Pat Robertson is a very intelligent, dangerous man.
America's Favorite Millionaire Lunatic Toots His Own Horn... Jul 15, 1997
This is one of the funniest books I've read in a long, long time; unfortunately for Pat Robertson, the comedy is all unintentional. The man who once claimed that feminism is "a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft and become lesbians" now tries to paint himself as every women's best pal; the man who claimed, in "The New World Order" that Woodrow Wilson, Jimmy Carter and George Bush were doing the secret bidding of a hideous "cabal whose goal is nothing less than a new order for the human race under the domination of Lucifer and his followers" tries once again to be psychotic and credible simultaneously. (...)