A recent revision of the Rev. Pat Robertson's autobiography omits a passage in which he wrote that God told him to stay out of politics, according to Virginia newspaper reports. In his 1972 autobiography, "Shout It From the Housetops," the Republican presidential hopeful wrote that in 1966 he did not campaign for his father, a U.S. senator from Virginia, because God told him not to. But the admonition was cut from a hardback revision of the book last October to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network. Joe Gray, chief spokesman for the network, said Robertson did not know of the deletion.