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Robertson Warns Dover Voters Of God’s Wrath


By James Donahue

Nov. 11, 2005


Television preacher and former presidential candidate Pat Robertson warned the citizens of Dover, Pennsylvania this week that voter opposition to the teaching of intelligent design in their schools could bring God’s wrath down on their heads.


Remember Robertson is the same man who last month put his foot in his mouth when he called for the assassination of Socialist Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez because Chavez has been an outspoken critic of President George W. Bush.


During comments on his 700 Club television show Thursday, Robertson said that the people of Dover “rejected God” by voting school board members out of office for supporting the concept of intelligent design. He said they should not be surprised if disaster struck.


Intelligent design is a new approach to slipping the “theory” of creation into public education and it has been a highly controversial subject for educators from elementary schools to college campuses.


The concept steps back from openly saying that “God created” and states that since the universe is so complex and orderly, it is logical to assume that it was all the result of the design of a higher intelligence. There is an unstated assumption that this intelligent creator is all omnipotent and thus must be God.


The fundamental Christian community likes the intelligent design concept and is pressing hard all across America to get it slipped into biology textbooks.


Opponents, however, are not fooled. They say it lacks the scientific description of a real theory and smacks of a violation of the separation of church and state.


Robertson, an outspoken conservative Christian televangelist, makes no bones about where he stands on the issue.


“I’d like to say to the good citizens of Dover: if there is a disaster in your area, don’t turn to God, you just rejected him from your city,” Robertson told an estimated one million viewers.


“And don’t wonder why he hasn’t helped you when problems begin, if they begin. I’m not saying they will, but if they do, just remember, you just voted God out of your city. And if that’s the case, don’t ask for his help because he might not be there,” Robertson warned.


Voters last week cast all eight incumbent school board members, up for re-election, out of office after they tried to introduce “intelligent design” to high school science classes as an alternative to the theory of evolution.


From the Luciferian perspective, this battle is so idiotic it is laughable. While these two age-old debates continue to rage, we stand here with a solution so simple and so provable that it blows both the creationists and evolutionists right out of the water.


Yet because of powerful Christian influence over American media, the Luciferian idea cannot be given its proper place in scientific papers or public debate. It belongs to only a select few who tune in regularly to the Voice of Lucifer Radio show and hear the words of Psychic Aaron C. Donahue each week.

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