Conclusion

Pat Robertson deeply concerns direction of the United States due to decline of morality and development of the modernism.  He persuades that the nation is founded as a Christian nation.  Today legal establishment of the nation strongly leans toward ethos of religious pluralism and equality.  Robertson tries to reverse this ethos and the separation of church and state by arguing that the Constitution of the United States is not about the separation of church and states but for self-government by Christians.  Robertson saw the first wave of the New Christian Right the Moral Majority led by Jerry Falwell was strategically weak.  Robertson introduced true grass roots organization through the Christian Coalition.  His goal is to mobilize conservative Christians and teaching them how the American political system works.  And he tries to mobilize conservatives as a direct political force to achieve Christian-governed nation.

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