Friday, January 06, 2006


ROBERTSON PUTS WORDS IN GOD'S MOUTH AGAIN

Be interesting to see what kind of smiting God does to Pat for presuming to speak on her behalf... [Seems she's already taken away his discernment...]

5 comments:

Mick Brady said...

Confusion over the value of that land seems to be endless. If I were one of God's chosen people, and He was my cosmic real estate agent, I would have pushed for Hawaii. Might be worth looking into, though, even if prices there may already be beyond God's purchasing power; there's always eminent domain.....

Dalene said...

Robert: She can't be bothered with such a little man. It is quite possible all she hears when he speaks is WAHWAHWAHWAH...much like the sounds the teacher in Charlie Brown cartoons makes when speaking...and her Goddess head probably tilts back in the same fashion as the students as long as the little man is speaking...

Mick: I am not sure, but I don't think they knew about Hawaii when the claiming of land first came into play. It's always been eminent domain, hasn't it?

Robert Brady said...

Hawaii might have worked, but then they would have had to put Palestine on oil platforms off Waikiki or something...

Leonard said...

Then again, if the press had quoted Robertson correctly, rather than distort what he said, there'd be no story here.

“In the book of Joel, the prophet Joel makes it very clear that God has ‘enmity against those who divide My land.’ God considers this land to be His. When you read the Bible, He said this is my land. For any Prime Minister of Israel who decides he will carve it up and give it away, God said, “No, this is Mine.” Robertson was quoting what the Old Testament said.

Robert Brady said...

For some reason you forgot the rest of the quote, which wasn't all from Joel "[Sharon]was dividing God's land, and I [Robertson] would say: Woe unto any prime minister of Israel who takes a similar course ... ,"
According to most of the newsy world, including the White House, there seems to be a story there... even fellow evangelicals(!) oddly seem to think that it's more than a biblical quote... http://tinyurl.com/csged