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Old 04-04-2014, 11:09 AM  
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Pat Robertson: Buying stuff ‘by computer’ is the ‘Mark of the Beast’

Televangelist Pat Robertson warned on Thursday that the government was pushing technologies that would force every financial transaction to be controlled “by computer,” and it could be the “Mark of the Beast” described in the Bible’s book of Revelation.

“The Bible says that they cannot buy or sell without the Mark of the Beast,” Robertson noted in a segment about new financial technologies. “And people said, ‘Oh, well, that just fanciful Hebrew rhetoric that doesn’t apply to anybody real.’ Who would have thought that we could live in an age that that could literally come to pass?”

So-called “privacy expert” Katherine Albrecht told CBN that radio frequency identification technologies — or RFID — had “biblical implications.”


“There will be a time when humanity will be forced to take a mark,” she said. “And that mark will be on the right hand or the forehead. It is the number 666.”

But Robertson worried that it was not just RFID that was a sign of the End Times, it was all electronic financial transactions.

“We don’t want to scare people,” he insisted. “The times going to come, we’re not going to have any cash. We don’t need cash.”

“We’re going into some strange world, ladies and gentlemen,” the TV preacher continued. “The pros — the people who are in charge — find that paying cash are an annoyance, and they want everything on your cards. And they want it all by computer.”

“I hate to tell you, it’s coming. Because it is a control thing. And Satan wants to control the lives of all the world. He wants to be God, he wants to be worshipped as God. And he wants to have control over everybody, and that’s how it will be done.”

Robertson concluded: “Can’t buy, can’t sell without the Mark of the Beast.”

CBN invites viewers to donate through credit cards, electronic funds transfers and cash.

Watch the video below from CBN’s The 700 Club, broadcast April 3, 2014.

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Old 04-04-2014, 01:14 PM   #46
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Televangelist Pat Robertson warned on Thursday that the government was pushing technologies that would force every financial transaction to be controlled “by computer,” and it could be the “Mark of the Beast” described in the Bible’s book of Revelation.
Hobby Lobby doesn't use bar codes. When you check out, they don't scan the stuff. They type it in like in the olden days. Betcha this is why--evil computers and stuff. Dumbasses
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:18 PM   #47
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You mean like Democats?
Exactly. They are only incentivizing poverty by giving handouts.
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:19 PM   #48
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Exactly. They are only incentivizing poverty by giving handouts.
Yeah. Those shut ins need to get a job.
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:20 PM   #49
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your claims are unsubstantiated.
my claims that it is easier to track electronic transactions than those made with cash? that is common sense, but here is a citation1


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Not that that is a lot, but its a rare church that give those $'s directly to the poor in 50 years.
Churches and charities give to the poor, but it is rare that they give it directly as cash or direct money. That increases the likelihood for fraud. That being said, here is some data from a 2009 poll of churches that had 1,168 churches respond.

Median church operating budget is $295,300.
87% of church income comes from tithes and offerings



7% ministries and support
5% domestic missions
5% international missions
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:21 PM   #50
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Nah Chris made more sense than this idiot
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Yeah. Those shut ins need to get a job.
Exactly. The church should be trying to foster a culture of work instead of giving handouts.
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Yeah. Those shut ins need to get a job.
Shut ins playing their XBoxes and eating cheetos all day, you mean.
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:23 PM   #53
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Its not money from the church. If you want to count all the charity of people who work for McDonalds, does McDonalds get the credit? They may also do canned goods drives for their emplyees so should that count?
yes, I believe Mcdonalds can get (and likely takes) a tax write-off.
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Shut ins playing their XBoxes and eating cheetos all day, you mean.
I was talking about the people the church deliver food to, not the Democrats.
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Churches and charities give to the poor, but it is rare that they give it directly as cash or direct money. That increases the likelihood for fraud.


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The church ones are generally just too obese to leave.
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Therefore churches don't assist the poor.
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Obama vacations - because going to Hawaii for 100 million is more important than giving the money to the needy.
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I was talking about the people the church deliver food to, not the Democrats.
"Oh, I don't feel good today. I'm kind of tired. Work is boring. I'm a shut-in now! Gimme my food!"
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