Pat Robertson is a renowned religious leader, a philanthropist, an educator, and an author. He founded The Christian Broadcasting Network, of which he is chairman and whose flagship program, The 700 Club, he hosts; Regent University, where he is the chancellor; Operation Blessing, an international humanitarian organization; the American Center for Law and Justice; and many other organizations. Born March 22, 1930, Pat graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts from Washington and Lee and has a juris doctor from Yale University Law School and a master of divinity from New York Theological Seminary. His twenty-one books include The Secret Kingdom, which was the number one religious book in America. Pat and his wife, Dede, have four children, fourteen grandchildren, and fourteen great-grandchildren.