Posted by: the warrioress | December 27, 2013

Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson on the Gay Lifestyle and Christianity: A Christian Response

A Christian perspective that is actually Christ-like about what Phil Robertson from Duck Dynasty quoted. Mandatory reading for all Christians.


21st Century Confessions

Duck Dynasty

Phil Robertson of the A&E mega-hit “Duck Dynasty” was recently interviewed in GQ magazine by writer Drew Magary in what erupted into an all too common media firestorm over his comments on behalf of Christianity and the Bible’s view toward the LGBT community.  These were his main comments about the general subject of “sin”, “Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there. Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men… Don’t be deceived. Neither the adulterers, the idolaters, the male prostitutes, the homosexual offenders, the greedy, the drunkards, the slanderers, the swindlers—they won’t inherit the kingdom of God. Don’t deceive yourself. It’s not right.” (

Phil was re-quoting the apostle Paul, who wrote; “Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men…

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  1. […] Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson on the Gay Lifestyle and Christianity: A Christian Response ( […]

  2. Your message here, “A Christian Prospective,” is right on the mark. It shows your deep study of the scriptures on this subject and setting aside judgement of our brothers and sisters, is what we all should learn to do. It is truly about love, because the Lord has commanded us to love one another and not judge one another, because He is the only righteous judge. For God hates sin, but He loves the sinner. How can we say we love the Lord, whom we have never seen and have hate in our hearts for our brothers and sisters whom we see everyday. The Lord says that we are a liar. Thanks my friend, for taking the time to speak truth to power. I love the way you say things that are so simple, and they are pleasing to the mind when they are the truth of what thus says the Lord. May His Peace and Blessings be with you for this brand new year. I love you my sister in Christ.

  3. I wish I could take credit for this excellent essay, Pastor Davis, but the credit goes to Remant; I merely reblogged his writing. I love the way he explained how important it is that we behave in a Christ-like fashion while we’re attempting to take each other’s sin inventory or preach the word of God to the sinner. Arrogance and disrespect win no one to Christ Jesus. Thanks for your thoughts, Pastor Davis, and we’re in agreement as usual. 😉

  4. Hi y’all.

    Every coin has two sides. Back in the early 1980s, when the HIV virus became well known, the conservative Christian community behaved as if someone had cried “fire” in a theater in their rush to jump on the bandwagon of publicly condemning the people who came down with AIDS. AIDs was soon characterized in Christian media as God’s own just, personal, and specifically appointed punishment for those vile sinners who came down with it. Speeches and programs were launched to prevent transfers of government funds for AIDS research. After all, the wages of sin are death, and who would want to get in the way of God when he is cutting paychecks.

    One day I dared to make an obtuse suggestion in the middle of all this conservative Christian certainty:

    “Assuming you are right and God is somehow responsible for AIDS (a matter that was very much in doubt in my mind), then how do you know that his real purpose is not punishment of sinners but rather to test how the so called “Christian” community will respond to a unique type of person who has joined the ranks of the “least of these?”

    Hmmmm? Crucify them!!! Crucify them!!! Crucify them!!!

    I am not one to know the mind of God, but I have always suspected that it might have been something along the lines of:

    “Uh-oh? Looks like I and the heavenly host have some work to do here.”

  5. Amen, Tracy! Amen…so well said!

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  7. […] Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson on the Gay Lifestyle and Christianity: A Christian Response […]

  8. Did not God ‘crucify’ the homosexuals of Sodom and Gormorah? If you condone a sin..then they think you accept their sin..therefore..YOU will be sending them to hell

    Duck Dynasty told the truth…to save the man..not to comdemn the man


    You do stealing

    You do murder

    You do homosexual acts..

    sin is sin…no matter how you frame it..In the eyes of God..its still sin..and those who partake..are doomed to hell.

    Is it not better to tell the hard truth…than to mamby pamby around the issue. trying to be ‘politically correct’ than to allow the person to continue in their sins???

    POLITICAL CORRECTNESS will be responsible for the eternal doom of many people..



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