Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson: “My life was spiraling out of control…”

Duck Commander Phil Robertson recently did an interview in which he shared some of the details of his past. What struck me as interesting was how Robertson recognized the attitudes and actions of the past generation, particularly from the 60’2, has impacted our country today. AS Robertson tells of how faith and family saved his marriage and created the foundation for his now famous Duck Dynasty empire, he also noted that immorality is killing our country:

“Phil, who blames the ’60s generation for the social problems the United States is facing today, said at the same event, that: ‘You can only run sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll so far. The bottom line is what came out of that movement is what you’re now witnessing. They had little innocent names; they called us ‘hippies’ and ‘flower children.’ That movement lured 60 million babies out of their mothers’ wombs. What came out of that are universities that take our children and warp their minds – the ungodliness is literally rampant. All of the diseases that go with immorality, all of that stuff came out of my generation.’” Well said Phil, well said. Click here for original article.

About Nathan Cherry

Nathan Cherry is the chief editor and blogger for the Engage Family Minute blog, the official blog of the FPCWV. He serves also as the Regional Development Coordinator as a liaison to the pastor's of West Virginia. He is a pro-life, pro-traditional marriage, pro-religious freedom conservative. He is also a husband, father, pastor, author, musician, and follower of Jesus Christ.

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