Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson Weighs in on ISIS, the Evil of Our Time, with Sean Hannity

September 5, 2014

unPHILtered, the Way I See It by Phil Robertson

unPHILtered, the Way I See It by Phil Robertson

After the second brutal beheading of an American journalist by ISIS, Sean Hannity asked Phil Robertson to weigh in on the rise of radical Islam on Fox News. I was drawn in. Maybe it’s Robertson’s shocking “hippie-like” appearance. Even more, maybe it was his dog-eared, worn Bible that he boldly set on the desk between him and his host that drew me in. I have to admit, when he pulled out his Bible bookmarker, the Declaration of Independence, I grinned.

On the show, Sean Hannity pointed to the obvious evil of our time and asked Robertson, “How should we deal with it?”

Robertson opened his Bible on Fox News and read these scriptures:

  • I John 5:19 “The whole world lies in the power of the evil one.”
  • Ephesians 2 “The evil one works in those who are disobedient.”
  • Galatians 3 “They are prisoners of sin.”
  • II Timothy 2 “They are held captive by Satan to do his will.”
  • Proverbs “Whoever finds wisdom, finds life and receives favor from the Lord, but whoever fails to find me harms himself. And all who hate me love death.”

Sean HannityHannity asked Robertson why so many people view him as controversial, and he quoted the words of Jesus, and said if they hated Jesus who never did one thing wrong, they will hate us, too.

Here’s an American who’s stood up to a storm from media and the far left over his remarks on morality, but really doesn’t give a flip if his popular show lives or dies.  In fact, he told Hannity, “Fame cannot remove your sin, and all the money you can amass cannot raise you from the dead.  Obama care wont’ keep you out of the ground.”

Imagine that? He explained the free gift of salvation to the non-Christians, but he is leading Christians as well–Christians who are used to getting their wisdom from a pulpit or program, not a long-haired good old boy from the south. And let’s face it, in this day of rampant evil and global persecution against Christians, we need a leader like Robertson who tells it like it is.

Can you tell I’m intrigued? I may even invest in his new book, unPHILtered: The Way I See It.

Listen to the show yourself and hear Robertson’s answer to the evil of our time–how should we deal with it?

I’d love to hear what you think.  Don’t be shy.  Leave a comment below.

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My day job is writing--I'm an author and publisher of a number of books. More on that later. But there is nothing of greater importance to me than the early morning hours I spend with the Creator of the Universe. Although He knows everything there is to know, His greatest delight isn't to give us knowledge, but to give us love. My highest joy is to watch the sun rise with notebook in hand and write the words he speaks to my heart. I want to share some of those words with you here . . . words on the cross.
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6 Responses to Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson Weighs in on ISIS, the Evil of Our Time, with Sean Hannity

  1. I love his boldness. Father, thank You for given Phil Your words of truth so speak and to live. Thank You for giving him a “platform.” And Father, show each one of us how we can and must boldly speak Your truth in our circle of influence.

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  2. Me, too, Marlene. Phil Robertson seems more aware of God than anyone else around him–except maybe his wife, Miss Kay! Haha! I feel that he is showing us as Christians how to act and how to speak in response to this present evil trying to invade our land.

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  3. Larry Who says:

    Phil Robertson is the real deal. I like him and Duck Dynasty.

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  4. He does seem to be “the real deal,” Larry. I watched Duck Dynasty once at my mom’s house–I didn’t really get it? I guess it was one of his sons that played in the movie, God’s Not Dead. Great movie and his son and daughter-in-law’s scripts showed loving answers to terrible criticism. I liked that.

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