Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Advice from Pat Robertson: Maybe Saying No to Jesus is Demonic Possession or Abuse

Posted By on Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Speaking the truth in love, according to Pat Robertson, is the best way to deal with someone who just doesn't want to be proselytized, but maybe, just maybe, the person is rejecting Jesus because of deeper reasons.

The 700 Club host tossed out that the person asking for advice might be dealing with something that's demonic or ... "It's something beyond normal human experience, something has happened and she associates God—maybe she had an abusive father, somebody who raped her and then acted like he was preaching to her from the Bible ..."

Yeah, maybe that happened.

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