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He asked, “To tell a florist that she’s got to provide flowers for a particular kind of wedding? What if somebody wanted
The comments aren't too surprising, particularly given Robertson's recent history of anti-gay sentiments. In Febuary, he
"If you sincerely feel, as I do, that this is wrong -- it's violating the scripture -- then they need to know it," Robertson
Of course, Robertson's history of anti-gay sentiment is extensive. In recent weeks, he blasted a Washington state judge's
Robertson, who has been an outspoken opponent of marriage equality for some time, told the viewer that by attending the ceremony
Conservative televangelist Pat Robertson slammed a Washington state judge's ruling that a florist's refusal to provide flowers
“Before I did anything else, I would get him male companions," Robertson said at the time. "I’d get him some man to help
"It is treated as a sin to show interest in or have a mutual understanding in church with the opposite sex," wrote Crystal
The U.S. televangelist advised a "700 Club" viewer to find her 13-year-old stepson some male companions, as “his attraction
Robertson, whose opposition to LGBT causes is well-established, offered similar sentiments in an earlier "700 Club" broadcast
He then concluded, "You would almost need to leave the world not to associate with folks like that." (You can view Robertson's
Your negative words penetrate the ear of a mother or father or grandmother who might have a family member struggling with the courage to be himself.
"What would have happened in Jesus’ time if two men decided they wanted to cohabit together, they would have been stoned
It's been quite a week for conservative televangelist Pat Robertson. Robertson, who was named 2013's "Bigot of the Year" at
Last year, Robertson sparked the ire of many in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community when he alleged
Though he said the woman should not shun her friend, he nonetheless noted, "It doesn’t hurt to tell somebody ... 'I have
Robertson, whose eyebrow-raising claims about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community are essentially
Unfortunately, the comments should come as little surprise to anyone familiar with Robertson's track record. The evangelist
Pat Robertson condemned California's new transgender protection legislation as "insane" and absurd" on a recent installment
Anderson Cooper went after someone who he said he usually tried to ignore. But Pat Robertson's unbelievable and flat-out