Apparently, Phil Robertson compares his wife, Miss Kay, to Sarah from the Bible. Sarah was Abraham’s half-sister and later his wife.

Phil and Kay RobertsonPhil and Kay Robertson compare each other to different Bible characters (source: The Gospel Herald) So what Biblical character does Miss Kay compare Phil to?

“See, I compare him to so many different ones in the Bible,” she told CBN

To start, she compares him to Jesus’ baptizer.

“He looks like John the Baptist, no doubt about it,” she said. “And his whole message — he’s just blunt like [John] was. …We call him the ball-peen hammer, you know.”

And then she likens her hubby to one of the greatest disciples of Jesus that ever walked the earth.

“But then he’s like Paul — that steadiness of sharing that message,” she said.

And she doesn’t stop there. She sees similarities between her man and Jesus’ best friend.

So, what do you get when you combine John the Baptist, the Apostle Paul, and Peter the Rock? Well, you get Phil Robertson, according to Miss Kay.

“But then, when Peter at Pentecost, preaching like that and saying the boldest — and the things he did — and not afraid,” she said. “He’s like [Peter] there.”

Depiction of John the Baptist (source: www.jesus.ch)

“So I can’t even pin him down to one person in the Bible,” she concluded. “I think he has parts of all of them. And now, his whole goal since he’s come to Jesus — he wants to bring as many as he can to God.”

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