Unashamed with Phil & Jase Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jase Robertson

The Duck Commander and his sons are unashamed of their Christian faith and want to share the Gospel with everyone, from new believers to longtime followers of Jesus. Phil, Al, Jase, and their special guests go beyond the four walls of the church to share God's Word and study the Bible with you. So pour a glass of tea, and experience fun and inspiring stories of faith and family, straight from West Monroe, Louisiana.

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May 25, 2022 56 min

Phil discusses the completion of a film about the perils of his past life with executive producer and nephew Zach Dasher. Jase examines the problems with earthly wisdom and human philosophy commonly known as humanism, and Al talks about baptism and his dad's salvation. Zach discusses the current culture in America and analyzes how it is unable to stand on its own because of a movable standard. And Jase discusses the tendency fo...

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Phil is joined in the studio by three of his sons to discuss their ministries, and Willie tells a hilarious story of when he cast a large shadow on a stage where a man was attempting to speak to an audience ... and what he did next. Al explains that Phil never would have walked into a church building had a Christian not ventured outside the church walls to find him. Willie asks what God's ambassadors are doing if we cannot inte...

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Phil says the Founding Fathers probably never even considered that modern-day Americans would argue over slaughtering their own little ones. Jase talks about the lie that was told to the beginning of humanity, that we could be like God ... without God. Phil warns against the counterfeit miracles that work to conceal evil so that mankind may be deceived and confuse the good for evil and the evil for good. Al and Jase discuss the ...

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Jase discusses Louisiana history, zydeco music, southern culture, and the origin of the delicious Opelousas catfish. Phil has planted thousands of bald cypress trees and aided in wetland conservation in Louisiana, but he still has a message for some of nature's biggest fans. Jase explores the interesting traits and characteristics of catfish skins correlating to their location in the river, and the guys remember Si's ultima...

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Jase realizes how difficult it is to entertain today's youth, because they have an entire world of entertainment in their cell phones and nothing seems to impress them. Phil says it is time for Americans to consider homeschooling their children, and Al takes a look at the etymology of the word "ambassador." Phil reflects on the past, from his favorite old fishing reel brands to party line telephones and the mean old wom...

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Phil receives a gift from an "Unashamed" listener, and Jase can't wait to break out the hot sauce, crackers, and mustard. Phil provides some advice for people who like to prep by stockpiling food with a long shelf life for times of need. Jase discusses dying to one's own self both physically and emotionally every day as part of his spiritual discipline and daily worship of God. Al takes a look at our foreign brother...

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Phil shares a laughter-filled story about attempting to bathe in Miss Kay's new bathtub, when he left feeling clean but dissatisfied at best. Jase takes a look at the term "Christian" and explains why it's not quite what Jesus called his followers. Al makes a point about the scriptural difference between a "saint" and the word "holy," and Phil goes into detail about why it's dangerous to be an ou...

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Phil, Jase, and Al are joined by Dr. Ben Carson, former Housing and Urban Development secretary for the United States of America. Dr. Carson is also a retired neurosurgeon and has a specialized view of the situation in America. Phil asks Ben about topics like abortion, communism, and history. Ben discusses the difference between human and animal brains, weaponized white guilt, and praying for Elon Musk. Jase reveals that Missy is a...

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Jase finds himself in an electric vehicle, struggling to climb a hill, and sliding into a dangerous situation, and Al talks about the problem with green energy getting its fuel from burning coal. Phil warns against earthly possessions and points toward the realm where nothing passes away. Jase reflects on the stock markets crashing and calls the earthly treasures of this world a distraction. Jase brags about his sons both shooting ...

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Willie finds out why his mayhaw trees won't grow, and Phil shares his vast knowledge of the land with Jase and Al. Jase discovers his dad has a hidden vault of jellies somewhere on the property, and Phil tells a story about an old man who was a farmer. Jase explains why he decided to get off of the internet, and Phil provides some good tips for living life with grace and peace. And Al discusses becoming less dogmatic about your...

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Jase learns about the sport of wee ball and the fun or chaos that comes with toddlers. Phil remembers his old coach, Scotty Robertson, and tells how he first got introduced to the game and where he got his first football, which replaced the ball of socks he and Si were playing with. Al laments the curse that is on America because of the millions of abortions that were allowed to take place over the past decades. Jase discusses peop...

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Jase appoints Missy as the cloud in their relationship, because he relies on her for technology and her organizational skills. Al and Jase reflect on Phil's only rule growing up: "Don't you ever disrespect your mother." Phil asks why the devil would specifically target masculinity in America, and Jase recalls Phil's younger days, when his philosophy was centered on being physically tough and running barefoot thr...

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Jase shares an idea he has for a new movie, and Phil encourages viewers to ingest solid food in the form of the scriptures, so that they might be able to distinguish good from evil. Al introduces the greek word "dokimos" and discusses what it means to be authentic and to practice integrity. Phil expresses how much he loves hunting in the best duck hunting lands on the planet! Jase points out that God is not absent in this c...

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Jase is filled to the brim with non-stop stories to share, including rope swing memories, a failed first date, a funny story about Missy, and a film crew's first exposure to ants. Al and Jase discuss the creative process of just being vulnerable and being yourself instead of faking it for TV. Phil and Jase explain the only time when it is OK to boast about anything, and Phil talks about the world's attempt to invent a stand...

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Phil has watched America's unraveling for the past two years, and he thinks that the pendulum is beginning to swing in the opposite direction. Jase relives one of the greatest river harvests of Phil's life and provides the details on exactly where he took it. Al and Jase discuss the breakfast that Jesus shared on the seashore with his disciples just days after he had been crucified. And Al shares a message from a Marine who...

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Phil finally met the actor who will portray him in a new movie about Phil's early life, and Al explains how God is a jealous God. Jase remembers mentor Bill Smith and their discussions about the book of Romans. Jase discusses the relationships and bonds formed with the TV crew he now works with for the filming of his new TV show, "Duck Family Treasure." Phil tells of the actor who will play his old buddy Big Al and shar...

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Phil just had another birthday, and at the wise age of 76, he said one thing is for certain: "You can get away with a lot more than a young man." Jase loves to laugh at himself and says he just doesn't understand the people who take themselves too seriously. Phil closes out the last four chapters of the Corinthians study, and Al points out the sarcasm found in the Bible. Jase shares his personal opinion on evangelism an...

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Phil is back in the studio, the mayhaws need to be harvested, and the power is still out. Jase compares Phil to "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," but Phil says he didn't watch that movie because he believes a man should work hard with his hands. Jase tells a story about buried treasure and an unexpected house fire. And Phil describes a spiritually sound health care ministry located in the "Volunteer State" of Tenn...

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Jase and Al start the morning off with a power outage, and Al laughs about the time he had to ride inside Phil's truck with a mysterious passenger. Jase shares some sound advice for dealing with confrontations and why Missy is afraid of his truck. Al explores worldly sorrows, and Jase explains why he was able to skip his 20-year high school reunion with ease.


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Miss Kay, Lisa, and Al and Lisa's daughter, Alex Robertson Mancuso, tell stories about the Robertson family you've never heard before. Miss Kay and Lisa share their inspirations for writing their new book, "Sister Roar," and describe how evil attempts to use shame in order to silence your true voice. Lisa and Alex share fun stories about the family and the journey of cooking, from Alex's first grilled cheese san...

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