Televangelist Pat Robertson on Tuesday told a Wiccan viewer that he was going to end up in Hell no matter how good of a person he tried to be.
“I’m Wiccan,” a viewer name Tim explained to the TV preacher in a letter. “Does that mean by your Christian beliefs that I’m going to Hell?”
Tim added that he was a “good person and I always try to help people when they need it.”
But Robertson said that Tim was doomed regardless of how moral he chose to be during his life.
“Being a good person and helping people, when you get to the end of the road and stand in the pearly gates, God’s going to say, ‘You’re one of the nicest people I’ve ever had to send away from here,'” Robertson said. “Because that doesn’t cut it.”
“I may also say that witchcraft — white witchcraft or black witchcraft — is sinful,” he continued. “We are forbidden to deal with those who are witches, those who deal in occult arts.”
In the end, Robertson said that Tim had “two strikes” against him, but he could get a Bible and “ask God, ‘I want to know what you want me to do.'”
Watch the video below from CBN’s The 700 Club, broadcast April 1, 2014.
Trump is furious over news coverage of Mick Mulvaney’s flub — and he’s growing ‘increasingly frustrated and agitated’
President Donald Trump is watching Mick Mulvaney going down on cable news, said one political analyst on CNN Sunday. The criticism of the chief of staff came after Trump spent the weekend watching media coverage of Mulvaney's flub, the network reported.
"Trump has voraciously consumed news coverage about Mulvaney and has become more agitated," the source said according to the report. "Specifically, the President is concerned, according to the source, that Mulvaney is not transitioning enough to the role he is in now -- helping to lead the impeachment inquiry defense from the West Wing."
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared on "This Week" Sunday where he was faced with a question about chief of staff Mick Mulvaney's press conference Thursday.
During the press briefing, Mulvaney, who also serves as director of the Office of Management and Budget, confessed that Trump told him Ukraine corruption issues also had to do with the DNC server.
“That he also mentioned to me that the corruption related to the DNC server, absolutely,” said Mulvaney. “No question about it. That’s it and that’s why we held up the money.”
Pompeo said he wasn't going to answer any questions about hypotheticals, which he said host George Stephanopoulos was asking.
Mick Mulvaney just dug the impeachment hole deeper by admitting Trump ‘is still in the hospitality business’
In a Sunday morning gaffe, White House acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney likely fueled Democrats' impeachment case against President Donald Trump.
Mulvaney made the remarks on FOX News Sunday while being grilled by host Chris Wallace.
During a question about the White House's now-defunct decision to hold the G7 conference at Trump's Doral resort, Mulvaney revealed that President Donald Trump "still considers himself to be in the hospitality business."