Hat tip goes to The Friendly Atheist for this YouTube gem.
When I came out with my wife's family about being an atheist, I was terrified that there would be this kind of advice given to my wife or her family. My in-laws have known me quite well for 8 years and I have never had any conflict with them at all. I trust them. If they were to judge me on what they know about me, then I should be fine. However, each one of my in-laws have pastors that they talk to and I trust those guys about as far as I can throw them.
My story is a bit different than Pat's viewer. I identified as an agnostic when I met my wife, but returned to going to church soon after. I have only been identifying as an atheist for the last two years. Maybe, Pat's advice would be different in the case of us already being married. But, I wouldn't count on it.
P.S.: Did you notice to not-so-subtle statment that atheists serve Satan? You'd think someone as learned as Robertson would know better. Well, then again that is Pat Robertson we're talking about.