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Honoring Pat Robertson, 1930-2023: Witness to a God-Sized, World-Changing Dream

Pat Robertson, longtime TV host, religious broadcaster, educator, humanitarian, and one-time presidential candidate has passed away. He was 93. Perhaps best known for offering prayer and political commentary at the helm of The 700 Club, the flagship program of his media ministry, Robertson’s rise to prominence is rooted in what he called a vision from God to create The Christian Broadcasting Network.

Israeli, Christian Leaders Praise Pat Robertson's Early and Steadfast Dedication to Israel

One of Pat Robertson’s greatest legacies was his steadfast support for the State of Israel and the Jewish people. Israeli leaders, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, as well as a number of other Jewish and Christian leaders told CBN News about the significance that support.

'The Chosen' Creator Addresses Pride Flag Flap After Accepting K-Love Fan Award

The faith-based hit series "The Chosen" won its second K-LOVE Fan Award Saturday for its powerful depiction of Jesus feeding the 5,000, but the big moment came in the middle of a controversy. The day after receiving the award, the series' director and creator addressed the online debate about a gay pride flag spotted in a promotional video, saying the production company does not "have a religious or political litmus test."

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