People who have been pro-choice.
"Ted Arthur Haggard" is an American Evangelism/evangelical pastor. Known as "Pastor Ted" to the congregation he served, he was the founder and former pastor of the New Life Church (Colorado Springs, Colorado)/New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado; a founder of the Association of Life-Giving Churches; and was leader of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) from 2003 until November 2006.
In November 2006, male prostitute and masseur Mike Jones (personal trainer)/Mike Jones alleged that Haggard had paid him for sex for three years and had also purchased and used crystal methamphetamine. Haggard denied having sexual intercourse with Jones, but admitted purchasing crystal methamphetamine, claiming he did not use the drug. A few days later Haggard resigned from all of his leadership positions. Grant Hass, who formerly attended New Life Church, has said that then-pastor Ted Haggard performed a sex act (allegedly masturbation) in front of him in a hotel room in 2006 and sent him explicit text messages.More Ted Haggard on Wikipedia.
Pat Robertson was wrong in recommending this. He was wrong in saying it.
The importance of the Bible to a church is to keep the church on track. The role of the Constitution in government is to keep the government on track.
All of us have a responsibility to advance God's will through government.
If this dictator starts to think of evangelicals as people who are gunning for him, that could be difficult for missionaries there.
You actually hear what Jesus said in his original language. You hear what Peter said and what Mary said. And that's gripping. And then there were English subtitles in the version that we saw. And so it was amazing.
It's not political -- it's authentically spiritual renewal.
Everybody recognizes he is not a representative voice. He is a TV pundit and personality who is a Christian, ... Pat doesn't speak for evangelicals any more than Dr. Phil speaks for mental health professionals.