Pat Robertson is turning over his duties as chief executive officer of the Christian Broadcasting Network to his son but will remain chairman, the 77-year-old outspoken religious broadcaster announced Monday.
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A man who said a private university founded by Pat Robertson suspended him over an image showing the televangelist with his middle finger extended has sued the school in federal court.
A slowed down image of preacher Pat Robertson on YouTube transformed an innocent movement into an obscene gesture.
Norfolk police have dismissed a claim by a Texas bodybuilder that religious broadcaster Pat Robertson threatened to kill him and his family.
A lawsuit nearing trial has opened a rare window into the inner workings of Pat Robertson’s Virginia Beach-based media empire. At the heart of the case is an issue that has bedeviled Robertson repeatedly over the years: the fuzzy line between his tax-exempt operations and his profit-making ventures.
The accuser, Phillip Busch, is suing Robertson for misappropriation of his image in the promotion of Robertson’s protein diet shake.
Pat Robertson may be the founder of the once-powerful Christian Coalition. He may attract nearly a million viewers a day to his “700 Club” television show. But when he claims to make divine prophecies — as he did, again, last week — many evangelicals say he undermines the credibility of their beliefs.
In what has become an annual tradition of prognostications, religious broadcaster Pat Robertson said Tuesday God has told him that a terrorist attack on the United States would result in mass killing late in 2007.
Norfolk, Va. (AP) — Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson says it is the God’s honest truth — he did, indeed, once leg-press a ton when he was almost 73 and had prostate cancer, and he still regularly lifts up to 1,200 pounds with his legs. But he acknowledged that the way he leg-presses would not be legal in a bodybuilding competition. The “700 Club” host’s feat is recounted on the Web site of his Christian Broadcasting Network in Virginia Beach. But sports experts questioned the assertion in recent weeks, with one noting that the leg-press record for football players at Florida
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson says he has leg-pressed 2,000 pounds, but some say he’d be in a pretty tough spot if he tried. The “700 Club” host’s feat of strength is recounted on the Web site of his Christian Broadcasting Network, in a posting headlined “How Pat Robertson Leg Pressed 2,000 Pounds.” According to the CBN Web site, Robertson worked his way up to lifting a ton with the help of his physician, who is not named. The posting does not say when the lift occurred, but a CBN spokeswoman released photos to The Associated Press