Phil Robertson’s Most “Controversial” Quotes From Duck Dynasty

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Phil Robertson On Modern Sins

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For 11 years, Duck Dynasty has been delighting audiences, while also angering non-supporters. On camera, the show focused on duck calls, hunting, and long beards. Off camera, however, there was often controversy.

In 2013, GQ published an interview where Phil Robertson made anti-gay comments by calling homosexuality a sin. This sparked a great deal of outrage and A&E even temporarily removed him from his own show.

Later, he said, “I’m as much of a homophobe as Jesus was,” defending his comments with the Holy Bible.

Phil Robertson On Atheists

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Then, in March 2015, Phil Robertson stirred up some more controversy when he condemned atheists. He gave a speech to the Vero Beach Prayer Breakfast where he condemned atheists with a hypothetical story.

The story involved an atheist being forced to watch his daughters and wife being raped and then killed. This outraged more non-fans, but those who follow Phil understand his “no-atheists-in-foxholes- scenario.

Then, the reality star moved on to discuss his thoughts on ISIS.

Phil Robertson On ISIS / Terrorists

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Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Phil Robertson his thoughts on the terrorist group, ISIS. The 2015 interview was set up to promote the book, unPHILtered: The Way I See It, so it seemed like a safe time to tell his real thoughts.

“In this case, you either have to convert them, which I think would be next to impossible. I’m not giving up on them, but I’m just saying either convert them or kill them,” said Phil.

“I’d much rather have a Bible study with all of them and show them the error of their ways and point them to Jesus Christ. However, if it’s a gunfight and a gunfight alone, if that’s what they’re looking form, me personally, I am prepared for either one…”

What do you really think about Phil’s “controversial” comments?

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