The “700 Club” is a religious TV show that is a gold mine for Pat Robertson and his heirs. There are endless “miracles” or fortunes made by first giving him money.
A former employee of Robertson’s has written about his experiences. He noticed early on all narratives put on the screen were about people with health/money problems who prayed with Pat and things got better.
He asked Pat if they could produce the story of the father whose eight year old daughter had died of cancer. The girl prayed fervently asking to her dying day why God did not help her. Pat replied he could not broadcast the story on because it would cost millions of dollars in donations.
I would guess a majority of Christians are not big fans of Robertson. Yet, they must admit Robertson reveals a big flaw in the faith. Both those Christians who dislike Robertson and those who adore him quote the Bible. There is no universally agreed upon criteria to conclude Robertson is wrong and other Christians right.
I saw Robertson discussing global warming a while back. He, at least in that conversation, thought there was a chance oceans like the Atlantic could rise by catastrophic amounts. His home is in Virginia Beach near the ocean. Instead of then launching into a discussion of public policy about the climate he discussed in detail how he had purchased a mountain so he and his family could escape.
Robertson is a self absorbed rich fellow who wants to take your money.