Haiti was recently hit by the largest earthquake in nearly a hundred years.
Here’s what Pat Robertson had to say about it:
I’ve heard many atheists and anti-Christians take Pat’s comments above as reinforcements to support their belief that Christians are intolerant, bigoted, and wholly devoid of compassion. It’s this group of people I want to address..
There are many of us whose hearts do break for the pain, suffering, and evil that has been unleashed upon the people of Haiti. While we do maintain that God is wholly sovereign over the world we also vehemently deny assertions like the one made by Pat Robertson.
We don’t consider him to be unsaved or a devil in disguise. Since we are all members of a much larger family which includes those hurting in Haiti, we simply maintain that men like Pat are like the black sheep that run in all families.
Except, we also recognize that in this family we were all black sheep at one point in time.
Yes, we are all very much aware that there is a cancer in the body of Christ and we are desperately trying to fight it.
But where does that cancer come from? We know full well it comes from the hearts of sinful men who are still in need of a savior.
No, we aren’t perfect. We just know someone who is.