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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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Ep 237 | Phil's Late-Night Rant, When Phil & Jase Were Almost Hit by Lightning & Why God Chose Paul

Phil wakes up in the middle of the night with a fired-up rant on his mind about the Gospel, baptism, and Christian denominations. He also relives the time the "Duck Dynasty" people lectured him about talent. Jase shares the story of Willie's baptism bucket brigade and points to a question every human has to ask at some point. And the guys talk about almost getting struck by lightning, things that are "yes" in Jesus, churches strangled by "no" people, and why God chose Paul. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 236 | Phil Performs a Wedding, Visiting Spiritual Graveyards & Sharing Jesus in Locked-Down Areas

Phil performs a last-minute wedding ceremony for a recently baptized believer and his bride. Al refuses to let the Michigan lockdown interfere with sharing Jesus. The guys talk about common sense and what to do when the wrong people are in charge. Jase believes there's a much better question about baptism than "Do I have to?" He also encourages Christians to visit their spiritual graveyards and marvels at the wealth of obscure knowledge bouncing around in Phil's head. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 235 | Jase's Miserable Trip, What 'Have a Nice Day' Really Means, and Why There Are No Rules

Jase the Land Looter heads to Virginia for some metal detecting and finds something he's never seen before. He follows that up with a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day, including hours on a runway, tempers flaring, an unhinged coronavirus rant, awful manners, multiple companies refusing to rent him a car, and a guy who thinks Jase is down on his luck after "Duck Dynasty." Phil looks for the pulse of America and isn't thrilled with what he finds. And the guys tackle audience questions about what it really means that there are no rules and how to break free from legalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 234 | Phil Gives Out His Address on TV, When Miss Kay Decided to Marry Phil & Fake Power Couples

Phil recalls the surprise when he gave his address out on national television. Phil, Jase, and Al tell the stories of their very first encounters with their wives, and Phil remembers Miss Kay making the first move. Jase wants to redefine the term "power couple" after hearing Al's sermon. Phil explains what couples have to do to become true power couples. And the guys talk about Priscilla and Aquila's marriage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 233 | The Wrong Way to Approach Phil's House, the Vaccine Is Not a Miracle & Jase Talks to Angels

Phil says you need to take certain precautions when rolling up on his house. Jase goes into why medical "miracles" usually aren't miracles at all. He also uses a Black Crowes song to make a point about angels. Phil tells a story about the murderers who stayed at his place. Al addresses the false belief that sin is the cause of anything bad that happens to us. And the guys talk about how our hearts are opened to Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 232 | Phil Robertson's Sticky Chicken Recipe, Checking for Ticks, and Chasing Miracles

Phil shares the mouthwatering sticky chicken recipe he got from Cajun and Creole cooking legend John Folse. Jase says no one can believe they eat squirrels and shares a few ways they cook them. The guys continue their study of Acts and take a look at how the miracles performed by the disciples inspired faith in some people and jealousy in others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 231 | Phil Says Goodbye to Blue, Miss Kay's Battering Ram, and Hate in the Name of Religion

Phil thinks Miss Kay's car was damaged in the snowstorm, but that's not the real story. It's time to retire Blue, the dog Phil calls "the greatest retriever of all time." What the guys won't miss is the world's best duck dog peeing on everything in sight. Al recalls a guy who blacked out parts of the Bible that mentioned the Holy Spirit living inside us. And the guys discuss what people do in the name of religion, confusing the sin and the sinner, and why it's harder to reach older people with Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 230 | Phil Mixes Up Pita & PETA, Jase's 'Crazy Verse' & Why 'Places of Worship' Is a Silly Phrase

Phil learns what pita chips are and that they have nothing to do with the ethical treatment of animals. Jase gets nothing but crickets when he tries to give a devotion to his daughter and her friends. During a severe winter storm, there's no going to the store, but in Phil?s neck of the woods, he IS the store. Al says the best word for parents to learn is "no." And the guys dig into Stephen?s story in Acts and his fight to get people to focus on the person, not the place. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 229 | Phil's Prayer for Texans, Willie?s Secret to Free Labor & About Those Duck Call Room Signs

Phil, Jase, and Al tell the stories behind some of the signs hanging in the duck call room. Willie's first business was booming when he was 12 years old, and the guys reveal his secret weapon. Phil gets a big kick out of Jase's ice mishap. Missy is not amused by Jase's cold-weather comedy. Al is not a fan of Bill Gates' stance on meat. Jase has a bone to pick with the religion of global warming. And Phil has two big takeaways from the aftermath of the snowstorm and a prayer for the people of Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 228 | Jase?s 'Funniest Home Videos' Moment, Cultural Clashes, and Remembering Rush Limbaugh | Ep 228

Phil, Jase, and Al are stuck at home in the snow. Jase finds out why it's a bad idea for rednecks to run on ice, and his come-to-Jesus moment with a house full of teenagers goes too far. Phil is cut off from civilization. Al and Zach remember Rush Limbaugh and the huge impact he had on conservatism and new media. Al wants to know why the Biden administration replaced "equality" with "equity." And Zach takes a biblical look at division and cultural clashes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 227 | Phil Robertson Gets an Unexpected Visit from the Pope's Emissary & Jase Makes a Big Mistake | Ep 227

Phil talks with a brain surgeon, an emissary of the pope, and an atheist ? all in one week. You know we live in trying times when Dr. Ben Carson requests a meeting with a redneck duck-call maker. Phil also describes his unexpected visit from a representative of Pope Francis, and Jase thinks the guy must have drawn the short straw. Phil shares his Gospel symbols with the emissary, signs a duck call for the pope, and makes a quick video tutorial to show him how to use it. Meanwhile, Jase is the target of a strange accusation and makes a big mistake when looking for a church to attend in Texas.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 226 | Jase Almost Sets Missy on Fire, Phil Is Not Country Club Material & Impress God, Not People

Jase nearly sets his wife, Missy, on fire while trying to figure out how to operate his new yuppie fireplace. He also gets reprimanded for not having the right attire at a country club, but he comes up with a solution to save the day. Phil isn't country club material, and he knows it. Is offering our kids $100,000 not to drink until age 30 a good idea? And the guys discuss why we should focus on impressing God instead of trying to impress people. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 225 | Phil Robertson and Adam Carolla Dismember Our All Woke, No Joke Culture

Phil, Jase, and Al are joined by comedian Adam Carolla. Adam skewers the woke crowd's nonexistent sense of irony, discusses his atheism and how he relates to people of faith, and explains how Marxism is like a turbine car. The guys talk about comedy in the face of the cancel mob, how Adam's "No Safe Spaces" documentary foreshadowed the current cancel culture, and why a statue of any of them would be torn down. Adam's latest book is "I'm Your Emotional Support Animal: Navigating Our All Woke, No Joke Culture." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 224 | Phil Robertson's Answer to Cancel Culture and the People in Power Who Want to Silence You

Phil and Al share the best response to people in power who want to censor, silence, and punish you. They offer a blueprint for standing up for what's right in a culture where conservative Christians are canceled for their beliefs. But first, Phil gives his Super Bowl review, and it's not pretty. He also talks about the sermon he preached on hope. Al and Phil get a good chuckle out of Acts 5, and Al points out how much Phil's "Duck Dynasty" experience mirrors that text. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 223 | Uncle Si?s Resurrection Duck Hunt, Phil Breaks the Robertson Code & Redneck Explosions

Guests Matt Lyda of Nine Line Apparel and Jay Stone of Duck Commander talk about the veterans-only duck hunt that got Si back in the blind after beating COVID. An explosion nearby brings the ducks in. Phil breaks the ?Robertson Code? of not telling your brothers what to do. Jay talks about Si's struggle with COVID. And Matt tells the story of Nine Line Apparel, his salvation, and how he uses his platform to reach others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 222 | Phil & Jase?s Run-In with Texas Feds & Duck Hunting Advice for a Listener

Phil and Jase answer a listener?s question about hunting public land, then tell their own public land story, where they learned some of the more peculiar Texas hunting laws. Phil gives a duck identification lesson to a Texas wildlife agent. The guys talk about the danger in looking for self-worth in social media and using reconciliation over condemnation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 221 | Jase's Awkward Massage Mix-Up & the Prank War That Cost Chiefs' Anthony Sherman His Truck

Phil, Jase, and Al talk to former New England Patriot Matt Light and ex-MLB player Adam LaRoche about the flawless prank they played on Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman. They reveal the weeks of meticulous planning behind the prank and the one moment that made it all worth it. Jase tells the hilarious story of the time Adam's wife offered him a massage and recalls the time they had an all-night Bible study. And the guys relive Robertson household pranks and discuss the importance of protecting the innocent. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 220 | Phil Finds Out Bees Can Sting at Night, the GameStop Saga, and Popeyes vs. Chick-fil-A

Phil doesn't want Bernie Sanders in his boat, even in meme form. The guys talk duck-season grub and how Popeyes stacks up to Chick-fil-A. Jase weighs in on the GameStop story, hedge-fund shorts, and what he thinks of timing the stock market. Phil explains how to rob a beehive and how he learned that "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" was wrong: Bees do indeed sting at night. He also tells his version of the story Si told on his "Duck Call Room" podcast about the 27 bees that left his butt in a world of hurt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 219 | Jase's Spiritual Stocks, the Bible on Investing and Tattoos, and Lying to the Holy Spirit

Jase says more power to the retail investors who went up against hedge funds shorting GameStop, but he's sticking with long-term investments. Phil, Jase, and Al look at what the Bible says about investing and acquiring wealth, and Jase finds a parable in Luke that makes for a good stock market analogy. The guys also discuss what the Bible tells Christians about tattoos, why you don't want to mess around with the Holy Spirit, hypocrisy in those who represent heaven, the stock market in your heart, and whether you can make the argument that scaring the hell out of people is biblical. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 218 | Phil's Soft Heart Leads to a Great Last Hunt and Some People Have Priorities Out of Whack

Phil gets talked into going on one last duck hunt of the season with a less than ideal crew, but he's pleasantly surprised. Jase talks about an argument over a duck hole and uses it as an example of how to keep your priorities straight and how to approach a potentially violent situation with grace. Phil brings up the idea that the church ? not the government ? should take care of the poor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 217 | Phil Checks Out Fireball Videos, Why There Are Atheists, and Do You Need to Be Rebaptized?

Phil doesn't remember ever running out of gas, but Jase sure does, and it reminds him of how he used to siphon gas for Phil. Al recalls the last time he burned an egg carton. And speaking of burning things, for a guy who doesn't own a cellphone, Phil knows a lot about viral explosion videos. Jase is not a fan of churches that will only baptize you if you "join." The guys also talk about the world's sorriest gas cans, and they answer two audience questions: Why did God put atheists on the Earth, and do you need to be baptized again if you fall away from your walk with God?  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 216 | The Phil Robertson Message They Want to Cancel, Jase's Crowd & This Thing Can't Be Stopped

Phil, Jase, and Al have a whole lot to say about persecuting believers, those who look down on Christians, and the spirit of boldness that emerges when the culture tries to shut you down and shut you up. Al says they're coming for us, and they want to redefine misinformation and stop "this thing" from spreading. Would Martin Luther King Jr.'s message be tolerated in today's culture? Jase finds a blueprint in Acts 4 for how to respond to persecution, and he shares a recent deli encounter that drew an unexpected crowd. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 215 | Phil Preaches to Evil Eye, Jep Impresses Tim Tebow, and When Human Beings Are Lost

Phil shares Jesus with a guy they call Evil Eye, and Evil Eye helps Al identify the bullet found near his pool. Jase spots a sandhill crane lost in the fog and ponders what it can teach us about people who lose their way and get off track. Phil shares a verse that underscores just how much God loves us. And the guys discuss censorship, why we need superheroes, the one thing that scares the daylights out of Jep Robertson, meeting Tim Tebow's wife, and what Jep did to impress Tebow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 214 | Phil, Willie & Mistaken Identity, Jase's Epic Triduckathon & the Stand-Up Moment Challenge

Jase's obstacle-filled "triduckathon" includes wading through a sea of raccoon crap and doing battle with a ball of fire ants. The guys remember the time Willie's expensive coffee was ruined when someone mistook him for a homeless person, and Phil recalls being directed to a shelter. Jase offers a blueprint for reaching people with Jesus and describes his pivotal "stand-up moment." And Al closes it out with a challenge for Unashamed Nation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 213 | Phil & the Unmanned Tractor, Odd Preacher Fashion Trends & Guarding Against Affairs

Phil doesn't know much about PayPal, but he's pretty sure "he ain't my pal." Jase spots a remarkable fashion trend among preachers. When a leak starts to flood the Unashamed Lair, Phil fixes it in true redneck style. He also witnesses a field planted for him in a way he's never seen. And the guys discuss church leaders and sexual immorality, guarding yourself against extramarital affairs, and how it can harm the message of Christ when Christian leaders embrace sin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 212 | Jase Gets Heckled, Phil Takes a Stand That Changes His Life, and What to Do Post-Election

Jase recalls getting showered with four-letter words when he was in D.C. for Trump's inauguration. Phil is fed up with political corruption, and the guys offer powerful and encouraging words for anyone who feels beaten down by politics and the election season. Jase has a scenario that's true for God and Liam Neeson. And Al is sure that if Phil hadn't taken a bold stand for his beliefs at an event, Duck Commander would have never become the company it did. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 211 | Jase Discovers Flash Mobs, Phil Finds Hot Wind at Church, and Falling in Love with Jesus

Jase attends a wedding that includes a flash mob, but he doesn't know what it is. He also reveals that he loves weddings for reasons you might not expect. Phil and Jase discuss the bride of Christ and compare spiritual marriage to your union with your spouse. Jase is the most nervous he's been in years when he finds out that Missy has been listening to the podcast. The guys talk about falling in love with Jesus, Holy Spirit symbolism in the Bible, and the true meaning of Acts. And Phil is seeing plenty of hot wind in church buildings but not a whole lot of fire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 210 | Jase's Paper Towel Problem, Phil's Church Sign Idea, and Censors Can't Stop the Gospel

Phil unveils his theory on why we still can't get enough toilet paper and paper towels. Jase finally finds his favorite brand of paper towels, but there's a twist he didn't see coming. The guys dive into Acts 2 and how the disciples were given the ability to be heard in all languages. Jase offers his response to "What would Jesus do?" Phil makes a pitch for what to put on church signs. And Zach and Jase discuss the dangers of making a name for yourself. God often uses the last person you'd expect, in a way you'd never choose. But if people speaking different languages can't stop the spread of the Gospel, censorship can't stop it either. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 209 | Phil Robertson's '15-Year Jail Sentence,' Social Media Lies, and Why Judas Sold Out Jesus

Phil still isn't a CBD oil exec, but is he serving 15 years in prison? Facebook hasn't fact-checked it yet, so it must be true. Jase has a theory about why the scam artists picked Phil's face for the CBD hoax. Phil considers the influence of the Father of Lies, Al talks about the Parler shutdown and where we're headed, and Zach points out the kingdom work being done online. Jase has been censored for "sensitive" content before, but he's pumped about his Jesus ground game. And the guys discuss the Holy Spirit as the ultimate ace card, why Judas betrayed Jesus, and why seeing miracles isn't enough to save someone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 208 | Jase's Latest Brush with the Law, Phil Drops Some Serious Kingdom Truths & the Messy Church

Jase has yet another encounter with law enforcement, and frankly, Phil can see why. Phil lays out exactly what it means that "the kingdom of heaven is near," and he's got all the verses to back it up. Jase talks about the greatest comeback story in the history of comeback stories. The guys start their study of Acts, discuss the messiness of the church, and explain why following Jesus is a movement, not a monument. And Zach gets some unexpected encouragement from Phil and Al. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 207 | Why Big Tech Can't Stop Us, the Christian Role in Fighting Tyranny & Conservative Humanism

Phil refuses to bow to any man and offers a timely reminder that God's Word can't be stopped by the forces of evil. Jase addresses the Christian role in battling tyranny. Al has a strong message for the tech oligarchs: We're unstoppable. Zach sees godly men and women forgetting the foundation of what God did for us and discusses why our faith isn't built on nationalism or socialism. The guys approach conspiracy theories from a biblical perspective. And Jase proposes a new political party. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 206 | Phil Robertson and the Accidental Exorcism, Jase Wears Ladies' Gloves, and What Are Ghosts?

Jase finds the warmest pair of gloves ever, and he doesn't care who knows that they're really made for women. He also shares the next chapter in the story of the cameraman with commitment issues. Phil performs an accidental exorcism with remarkable results, and the guys tackle a couple of questions from the audience: What are ghosts, and why are they here? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 205 | Phil's Top Shot, How Hunting Saved a Heroin Addict's Life, and Jase Freaks Out an Intern

Phil, Jase, and Al welcome Yeti's Sloane Brown to share his powerful story about addiction, recovery, and finding God in the outdoors. Jase scares an intern on a duck hunt. Phil makes one of the top shots of the year. The guys talk about how God reveals himself and living a lifestyle that's good for the soul. And Jase inspires a "Jerry Maguire" moment and cautions against getting your theology from an old Western. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 204 | Phil Robertson's Answer to Capitol Violence and American Chaos

Phil believes we may be seeing the fall of America, but it's not over yet. Phil, Jase, and Al share much-needed hope for Americans and offer a Jesus-centered perspective on the violence at the U.S. Capitol and turmoil in our republic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 203 | Phil Robertson's Incredible Gift for Miss Kay, Jase Messes with Missy & Hunting Is Biblical | Ep 203

Phil stuns the whole family when he shows up at Miss Kay's birthday party with a gift in hand, and it just gets more shocking from there. Jase messes with Missy after she tells him they aren't exchanging gifts. Phil refuses to watch comedy movies, including Jase's pick, "Nacho Libre." Jase explains why being a spokesman for Jesus is nonnegotiable. And Phil lays it down: Hunting for your dinner is biblical, and so is eating meat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 202 | Phil and Jase's Relationship Breakup Advice, Male vs. Female, and Trump's Inauguration

Jase and Phil offer advice for anyone going through a relationship breakup. Jase explores the difference between male and female ? ahem ? ducks. Al and Jase remember attending President Trump's 2016 inauguration, and with Al's birthday coming up, they recall his short-lived birthday tradition. The guys discuss how to respond to churches that preach hate and why there's no place for racism in Christianity. And Phil points out a big flaw in the belief that we each have our own truth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 201 | Jase Gets Held at Gunpoint, a Homeless Man's Last Night on Earth & Isolation Is Not of God

Jase has a run-in with the game wardens. Miss Kay gets a homeless man a motel room for his last night on Earth. Phil may be single-handedly keeping the encyclopedia salesmen in business. Jase trades a duck hunt for some fine steaks but finds there's an even bigger reward. Jase and Phil offer a reminder that you don't need a crazy conversion story or wild testimony to share Jesus. And Jase and Al use the disciples to show that God has called us to NOT live an isolated life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 200 | Phil's Fried Duck Recipe, What Jase Hates (and Loves) About Christmas & Phyllis in the Lair

Phyllis returns to the Unashamed Lair to talk about trial by fire in the duck blind, shooting decoys, and who she sides with in Jase's Christmas argument with Missy. Jase reveals a few of his favorite things about Christmas ? and a few things he just can't stand, including regifting woes and the plague of Christmas stockings and garlands. Phil shares his recipe for fried wood duck, Al rejects the idea of canceling Christmas, and Jase wants to switch the countdown to midnight from New Year's Eve to Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas, Unashamed Nation!  v Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 199 | Jase's Best Duck-Hunting Advice, Finding Joy in the Fire & How Do You Love the Unlovable?

Jase reveals the duck-hunting secret that always blows people's minds and somehow manages to get into the mind of a duck. The guys discuss why, as Christians, we're always able to find joy, even in the most turbulent times. Jase spends two days metal detecting in the Arkansas snow. And Phil looks to God's example to answer a question many people have: "How do we love the unlovable?" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 198 | Phil Is Dazed and Confused, the Dingo in His Living Room, and Don't Run from the Mold

Phil loves a good nap during duck season, but one in particular left him wildly disoriented. Miss Kay finds mold in the closet, and Phil discovers the problem is much bigger. Phil's dogs take on Phyllis' dingo, and Phil can't get enough of it. Jase talks about God's idea of world peace and the controversial verse about forgiveness in John 20. And Phil, Jase, Al, and Zach discuss the Resurrection as they get ready to finish their study of the Book of John. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 197 | When Phil Robertson Hit Peak Wicked, His 'Duck Jewelry' Collection, and Why We're X-Men

Phil and Jase tell the story of their "duck jewelry" collection. Phil admits to the boneheaded thing he did to prove his manhood. Zach thinks the discovery of Jesus' empty tomb would have been written very differently if it was fiction. Jase is fascinated by the bells and whistles of Jesus' glorified body and dismayed that there are people who really don't know where chocolate milk comes from. Al explains why we should call ourselves the X-Men. And Jase reveals what he'd say if he was arrested and interrogated for following Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 196 | Phil's Go-To Prayer, What We're Up Against in Our Culture, and Jase's Taylor Swift Theory

Phil explains why the Robertsons speak so freely about their past mistakes and shares the prayer he says more often these days. Jase receives a powerful update after saying a prayer in Kansas and offers a theory about Taylor Swift's new album. Phil, Jase, Al, and Zach also discuss where we're at as a culture, the new "science" that rejects objective truth, and the likelihood of "Unashamed" getting censored or canceled for its focus on the truth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 195 | When Phil Kicked Miss Kay Out, How Lisa Told Al the Truth, Double Lives, and Desperation | Ep 195

Miss Kay and Lisa Robertson sit down in the Unashamed Lair with Phil and Al. After roasting Jase in his absence, the ladies open up about what it's really like to be a Robertson woman. Miss Kay reveals what attracted her to Phil, what she had against nice boys, how their first date went, and why Phil dumped her when they were teenagers. Lisa explains how she and Al got together, what their relationship was like when she just thought she was a Christian, and how she told Al the truth about her affair. This sets the stage for a candid discussion of the ways we justify sin, living a double life, and the desperate moments that lead to healing when we cry out for God. Desperate Forgiveness: Happy, Happy, Happy: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 194 | When Phil Thought He Met an Angel, Jesus' Last Words From the Cross, and How to Forgive

Phil remembers thinking Dan's dad might be an angel, so of course he had to ask. Al recalls driving his cheap car 3 miles in reverse. The guys are joined by Mike Kellett, an elder who preaches with Al at WFR Church. Al reveals his favorite line about their community of believers. And they discuss what Christianity is in its simplest form, the seven last sayings of Jesus on the cross, how to forgive someone who's wronged you terribly, what we can learn from the relationship between Jesus and Mary, and what people think about on their deathbeds. WFR Church: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 193 | Phil's Prison Ministry, What Happened to Jesus on the Cross & the 3 Darkest Days in History

Jase talks about a powerful and graphic sermon that details what happened to Jesus on the cross and how to truly understand what Jesus did for us. Phil, Jase, and Al discuss sin and guilt, dying without Jesus, and when God gives us a last chance. Phil recalls speaking to prisoners about sin and will never forget a man who died shortly after refusing to acknowledge his sin. And there's no doubt in Al's mind what the three darkest days in human history were. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 192 | Jase's Plan to Stymie Si, a Pet Peeve About Preachers, and Bonfire of the Pews

Jase devises a plan to manipulate Si's behavior in the duck blind. Phil talks about why there are so many duck-blind conversions. And the guys discuss how to love Jesus more than fishing, preachers who rail against people who skip church, what God looks like, the significance of communion, house churches, and why the Lord's Supper became more special during the pandemic. Jase also explains why pews are "of the devil" and suggests a good way to get rid of them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 191 | The Best $500 Jase Ever Spent, Joy vs. Happiness, and How to Tick Off an Austin Cashier

Jase uses five crisp $100 bills to motivate John Godwin and Jay Stone to kick duck season up a notch. Phil, Jase, and Al weigh in on the difference between joy and happiness, how you can experience joy in bad times, and how to be content in all circumstances. Al counsels against depending on other people for your joy. The guys answer a question about prayer and the coronavirus. And Jase inadvertently violates social-distancing rules in an Austin store. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 190 | Uncle Si's New Show, the Last Thing You Want to Tell Phil, and a Deer's Last Rites

Si Robertson grabs a seat in the Unashamed Lair to share the big news about the debut of his new podcast, Duck Call Room, on Thursday, Dec. 3. Phil tries to troubleshoot Si's cellphone problems and gets Si to reveal how he'd react to being greeted by a holy kiss. Jase explains what happened to all the money from the Robertsons' Christmas album. The guys share the one thing you shouldn't tell Phil when cameras are about to roll. And Si tells tales of his time overseas, including giving last rites to deer in Germany. One thing's for sure: You can't script Si. Si's Duck Call Room podcast: New Unashamed gear: for 3 MONTHS of FREE protection - Until December 19th, get a Samsung A 11 for yourself AND for someone else, with FREE ACTIVATION and a FREE GIFT Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 189 | Phil & Jase Won't Shut Up, Al Gets Miss Kay's Car Impounded & the Robertson Dating Game

Phil and Jase have a fire in their bellies, and they can't shut up about it. Jase shares an awesome story about how you never know who you might reach when you share Jesus. Al remembers the time he got Miss Kay's car impounded. Jase describes the unique way Missy got into his truck for their stinky first date and how they flunked their premarital compatibility test. Something very fishy happened on Al and Lisa's first date. And Phil remembers dates with Miss Kay involving hitchhiking and Uncle Si as the third wheel.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 188 | Fact-Check: Phil Is Not a CBD Oil CEO, Women Who Hunt & How Jase Ended Up in Handcuffs

Jase shares the tale of the closest he ever came to being arrested, and while he insists he did nothing wrong, Al isn't so sure. Phil and Al fact-check the social media posts that claim Phil is running a CBD oil business. But first, Mia whips up a gourmet meal for the family, and Jase is shocked. And the guys discuss women who hunt, why the Bible is a bestselling book, Pilate and the truth in John 18, and politicians and the truth in 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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