Creationist Says Pat Robertson Is Promoting Paganism, Challenges Him to Debate
When you think of Pat Robertson, do you think of paganism? No, seriously. Do you think Pat Robertson has said anything remotely pagan-like over the years? Well, Creation Museum founder Ken Ham, best known for his infamous Bill Nye debate, has accused Robertson of promoting “pagan ideas.”
Robertson, you see, is a very Christian person who just happens not to believe that the earth is only a few thousand years old. In fact, he recently went so far as to say, “You have to be deaf, dumb and blind to think that this earth that we live in only has six thousand years of existence.”
The last time Robertson spoke out against young earth creationism, Ham said he’s incredibly misinformed, but now he’s taken it a step further and, in a Facebook post flagged by RIght Wing Watch, accuses Robertson of promoting paganism.
Sadly, it’s Pat Robertson who makes Christianity look silly, which is why the atheists love him today… Pat Robertson illustrates one of the biggest problems we have today in the church—people like Robertson compromise the Word of God with the pagan ideas of fallible men!
And today Ham challenged Robertson to a debate to hash the whole thing out and settle the issue once and for all.
Watch the video of Robertson’s remarks below:
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