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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 185 | The Robertsons Don't Need a DNA Test to Know That Phyllis Is One of Them

Phil's daughter, Phyllis, enters the Unashamed Lair with her artist husband, Tony, and it's clear they fit right in. Tony has a warning about why you have to be careful about what you say in front of Phil, Jase, and Al. Phil shares a lesson he learned about having junk out in his yard. Phyllis and Tony recall the first time they visited West Monroe before Phil knew who they were, and they talk about overcoming hardship and maintaining faith. Tony reveals he went to church for decades without hearing the Gospel and shares a few meaningful pieces he painted. And the Robertsons have plenty of proof that Phyllis is one of them, right down to what she does with her toes! Tony Thomas Art: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 184 | Exploding Ammo & a Lethal Baton, Why We Can't Retreat from Evil & the Sermon No One Wants

Jase and Al revisit their childhood scuffles, shenanigans, and roughhousing, including exploding ammo and Willie's near-deadly baton. Phil, Jase, and Al explain why they love using Bible concordances, why we shouldn't retreat from evil, and which sermons they avoid like the plague. And Phil predicts a totalitarian future where hollering about Jesus can't be taken for granted. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 183 | Duck Season Gripes & Quarrels, the Memes Jesus Inspired & Why Did Jesus Pray to the Father?

Duck season always brings complaints and bickering ? we're looking at you, Si Robertson. Jase recalls having a few conflicts with people at Duck Commander who wouldn't stay in their lanes, and he describes the duck call that violated his fundamental rule. Al is fascinated by the water from Chuck Norris' artesian well, and that reminds Jase of two memes that owe their viral reach to Jesus. And Phil, Jase, and Al weigh in on an audience question: Why did Jesus pray to the Father? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 182 | Phil Rips Thanksgiving Lockdowns, Biden's 'Unity' & Morrissey vs. the Duckmen

Jase finds the authoritarian Thanksgiving restrictions in California and Oregon absurd, and Phil has a pretty good idea where the rules are coming from and where they're headed. Al is sick of the mask hypocrisy from the "orange man bad" crowd. The guys are fed up with coronavirus restrictions being used to go after believers, and they're not expecting Joe Biden to keep any of his "kumbaya" promises. But first, Phil, Jase, and Al are unashamed to hunt and eat game despite Morrissey's refusal to do a TV appearance with them. The guys drool over Phil's hamburger recipe, but Jase has one good reason he likes vegetarians. And with duck season about to start, Phil and Jase have never seen this many ducks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 181 | How Phil and Jase Prep for Duck Season and Advice for a Family Who's New to Christianity

Phil and Jase spend all year getting ready for duck season, but when it finally rolls around, Miss Kay and Missy have a name for it: "The Ordeal." Jase highly recommends having the duck-hunting conversation before you get married. The guys also answer audience questions about how a young family can focus on Jesus in the home, how to end a struggle with sin after you repent, and how to share Jesus with a homosexual friend or family member. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 180 | Phil Learns About Email, Jase's Fried Deer Recipe, and Who Do You Think You Are?

Phil and Jase talk about creative (and delicious!) ways to cook deer, why eating game is biblical, and why young deer are way better than big bucks. Phil likes to eat wild game, but mounting it on the wall isn't really his thing. Jase explains the concept of email to Phil. The guys respond to a question that comes up when we go public about the Gospel: "Who do you think you are?" And Phil laments that in today's culture, the "truth" doesn't include Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 179 | Fishing Willie's Pond, Carcass Road and Deer 'Corpasses,' and 'WHOA, Man!'

Willie's well-stocked pond sets the stage for Jase and Stone's redneck rivalry. The Robertsons have strong feelings about serving dove and quail together. Al and Lisa's 36th wedding anniversary prompts a discussion of marriage and "WHOA, man!" Phil, Jase, and Al talk about the deer "corpasses" on Carcass Road (thanks, Miss Kay!), liberal science deniers, and atheist attempts to disprove the Bible. And Phil warns against turning the Bible into rocket science. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 178 | Voting Mischief, What Trump Got 100% Right, and the Spiritual Implications of the Election

Phil talks election shenanigans, Democrat lies, and Trump's spot-on prediction about mail-in voting. Jase and Al also weigh in on the voting irregularities and recounts. Jase talks about the illness that sidelined him for a couple of weeks and explains why the stock market is going up, but Phil would rather invest elsewhere. Phil's dogs have the final say on Stone's deer roast, and it's not pretty. Al ponders Big Tech's support for liberal causes. And the guys agree there's one thing that won't change no matter who's in the White House come January. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 177 | Phil Robertson Is Uncanceled, Al Gets Censored, and Meet the Man Who Married Phil's Sister

Zach's dad, Gordon Dasher, makes his "Unashamed" debut to reminisce about how he met Phil's sister, fitting into the Robertson family, and killing snakes. Al and Gordon talk about being censored on Twitter and Facebook last week, the guys offer a biblical view of cancel culture, and Phil remembers the day he was put on "indefinite hiatus" from "Duck Dynasty" as one of the happiest of his life.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 176 | Phil Says There's No Hope in the Democratic Party, Jesus' 'Test Runs' & God the Mind-Bender

Phil and Al tell hilarious stories of their limited aptitude for any technology that has more than a switch. They also get into Jesus' resume, understanding the mind-bending relationship between the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and why there's no hope in the Democratic Party. And Al points to a few parts of the Old Testament that could suggest Jesus had a few "test runs" before he was born to Mary.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 175 | Phil Says We're at a Tipping Point, the First Unashamed Wedding & Hate as a Badge of Honor

There's one thing Phil appreciates about the internet. Al performs the first-ever Unashamed wedding ceremony. Zach and Al recall their sinful pasts, and Phil remembers Jep's house arrest. Phil is certain our culture is at a tipping point, and Al says there's only one way to fix it. And the guys talk about Jesus' testimony, getting your kids on the right path, wearing hate as a badge of honor, and being freed from the 3 Ps: the penalty of sin, the power of sin, and the presence of sin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 174 | The Undecided Election & Appeasement of Leftists | Guests: Ann McElhinney & Phelim McAleer

Phil and Al are joined by election refugees Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer, the conservative filmmakers behind "Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer" and "Obamagate." They discuss journalism and the age-old struggle between good and evil, the Hollywood wasteland, how Ann and Phelim got burned out on leftism and "pro-choice" politics, and what it was like to meet murderous abortionist Kermit Gosnell in prison. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 173 | Trump's Viral Dance Moves, Why the Pandemic Savaged Our Culture, and Policy vs. Personality

As the election looms large, Phil, Jase, and Zach weigh in on Trump's viral dance moves, fear of the coronavirus among voters, and the policies supported by Trump and Biden. Zach criticizes the unbiblical view of authority in the American church and points out how and why social distancing has damaged our culture. And the guys react to Pastor John Piper's controversial stance on whether it's more harmful to vote for politicians who promote bad policies or candidates with personality flaws. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 172 | Phil and Jase Debate Why We Do Good, Free Will, and the Role of the Holy Spirit

This is one Bible study you don't want to miss. Phil, Jase, and Zach wade deep into what role human beings play when we do good and what role the Holy Spirit plays. They also discuss how the Spirit transforms your heart over time, what sin really is, and how faith works. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 171 | Phil Robertson's Questions About Mental Illness, Sin, and the Human Dilemma

Phil kicks things off with a question: When was the last time you heard the word sin in our courts, schools, governments, or Hollywood? This leads Phil, Jase, and Zach into a candid discussion of counseling, psychiatry, and the relationship between spirituality, sin, behavioral problems, brokenness, emptiness, mental illness, and the human dilemma. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 170 | Phil Robertson's TMI Story, the Alpha and the Omega, and Even 2020 Can't Shake the Kingdom

Did Phil have to hand over a crisp $20 bill to Jase for finding his lost chain? The guys reveal the resolution to last episode's cliffhanger. Phil and Jase leave Zach nearly speechless when they overshare about a great experience Phil had in the woods recently. The guys discuss the Alpha and the Omega, Revelation and the Eternal Age, and what the Bible says about YOLO. And Zach has a timely reminder that all earthly kingdoms fall ? even America ? but our ultimate allegiance is to God, and nothing can topple his kingdom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 169 | Jase Robertson's Stock Market Secrets, What the Bible Says About Money, and Redneck Chains

By popular demand, Jase reveals how he makes money in the stock market, and Phil and Al chime in with a biblical perspective. But first, Al is a man on the move, and he discovers there are rednecks everywhere. Jase gets ready to take Phil out for his first metal detecting experience. And Phil and Jase explore why chains are so irresistible to a redneck. Disclaimer: Obviously Phil, Jase, and Al Robertson are not licensed to provide investment advice, tax advice, or financial planning services, and trading involves substantial risk. No portion of this podcast should be considered investment or trading advice; endorsement, promotion, or recommendation of stocks; or solicitation to buy, sell, or hold any type of investment or security. In addition, past performance of a stock does not guarantee future results. The information in this episode is solely the opinion of the individual hosts. Find a financial professional to advise you before making any investment or trade. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 168 | Phil Might Need a Good Shrink, Whispers Make Jase Nervous, and the God of the Towel

Phil thinks he might need a shrink to help him figure out the eccentricities and peculiarities he shares with his siblings. Jase explains the hilarious reason Si hollers on the phone and why whispering always makes him nervous. Miss Kay left her cellphone in the last place you'd think to look. Phil reveals why he doesn't wear his $5,000 hearing aides, and Al offers his theory on the REAL reason. Jase promises to share his stock tips on Monday's episode. The guys discuss Al's sermon on the God of the towel, the full extent of Jesus' love, and why Phil wishes he could have Thomas Jefferson on "Unashamed." And we close with Phil's ugly feet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 167 | Phil Robertson's Crazy Coffee Mix-Up, Disrespect, and Is It Rude to Say 'Ma'am'?

Phil shares a cringe-worthy coffee catastrophe, courtesy of Dan. Phil, Jase, and Al try to figure out why some people can't stand to be called "sir" or "ma'am," and they ponder why it drives some people crazy to have a door held open for them. The guys discuss recognizing people by the fruit they bear, and Jase says we have too many rock-throwers and not enough foot-washers. Phil also explains what a "stem-winder of a hairdo" is. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 166 | Kathie Lee Gifford Inspires Phil, Why She Never Googles Herself & Miss Kay's Dessert Mishap

Kathie Lee Gifford makes her "Unashamed" debut and impresses Phil, Miss Kay, and Al big-time. Kathie Lee shares how losing her husband lit a fire in her belly, why she never Googles herself, working with Regis, the time God spoke to her in a movie theater, how her family came to Jesus, and her new children's book, "Hello, Little Dreamer." Phil and Al joke with Miss Kay about her amusing misquotes and malapropisms, and Kay reveals how she botched her carrot cake recipe and almost derailed dessert. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 165 | The Benham Brothers & Fake News, Silent Christian Celebs & Social Justice in the Church

David and Jason Benham were the targets of fake news and cancel culture before those things were trendy hashtags. On their "Unashamed" debut, the Benham brothers talk with Phil and Al about how to live boldly for Jesus, how to demolish anything that goes up against the knowledge of God, and how they built their real estate company on scripture. David and Jason look back at GLAAD's cancel campaign against them and discuss the agenda to silence, marginalize, demonize, and criminalize Christians. The guys also tackle the silence of many Christian celebrities and how failing to speak up hinders the gospel. And Al describes an event with 30+ pastors where he heard more about social justice than the gospel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 164 | Phil Robertson's 3 'Impossibles,' Al's Made-in-China Generator Fail & Life Is Risky!

Hurricane Delta knocks out the power, and Al discovers his garbage generators have a lot in common with the pandemic. Jase makes a rare trip to a Mexican restaurant after the storm and attempts to negotiate his check. Phil laments people becoming suburbanized and unprepared. He also shares three "impossibles" from the Bible and describes the things man-made governments can't do. And the guys discuss how disasters bring people together and how to approach people who expect mean neighbors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 163 | Allen West Is Unashamed, Trump & Stone-Throwers, and Why Christians Need to Vote

Lt. Col. Allen West makes his "Unashamed" debut to talk about how the Left stole rugged individualism from people, the breakdown of the American family, the value of a good spanking, the politics of division, and why we need Christians to vote. Jase remembers the time he got spanked in gym class. The guys weigh in on people casting stones at Trump, what's being done to Joe Biden, and why nobody kills a party like Phil. And Phil makes the case for why one little girl in South Carolina proves there's still hope for America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 162 | Phil Is Sticking with Miss Kay, 'Cuties' Isn't About Free Speech, and the Death Penalty

Phil, Jase, and Al laugh as they remember their boat launch money-making scheme. Terry Bradshaw bails Phil out of an awkward moment. Phil explains why men need women and why he's sticking with Kay no matter what. Jase goes into his stance on the death penalty. Al comes down hard on the racist evil of Margaret Sanger. And the guys talk about why "Cuties" isn't a free-speech issue and how to learn where to find answers to your questions in the Bible. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 161 | Jase's New Treasure-Hunting Finds, the Netflix Indictment, and Jesus the Human Detector

Jase is giddy over the 127-year-old coin he found after a hurricane uprooted a magnolia tree on his property, but Missy isn't thrilled about Jase's next metal-detecting idea. Phil, Jase, and Al talk about uncovering lost treasure in God's creation, why Jesus spent time with sinners, the Netflix indictment, and seeking the light of the world. And Jase reveals how he ended up growing a tree in the back of his truck. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 160 | The Unashamed Sex Episode

Phil, Jase, and Al host an open and honest discussion of sex with sexuality expert and Ultimate Escape podcast host Steve Holladay. The guys go into the problem with churches that don't talk about sex, kids and internet pornography, how to inoculate kids against sexual problems, why young people aren't getting married, and sex without responsibility. Steve says you can learn a lot about sex from a duck call. And Jase recalls being traumatized by Phil's speech on sexually transmitted diseases. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 159 | Phil Is a Census Taker's Nightmare, Jase Is Facially Profiled & Don't Make Texas a Hellhole

Phil raises an eyebrow at what people are bringing to Texas from blue states. A visitor at Phil's gate asks a peculiar question about his race. Jase's new neighbor in Texas doesn't seem to like him very much, but he has a great visit to Garrett Metal Detectors. And the guys talk about bearing good fruit, explaining the Holy Spirit to unbelievers, getting out of the way of the Holy Spirit, and what it means to be controlled by a sinful nature. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 158 | Jase's Gas-Pump Gripe, Marrying 'White Trash' Robertsons & Excuses for Not Coming to Jesus

Phil and Jase talk about taking Jesus for granted, and that reminds Jase that he has a major bone to pick with the people who set up gas pumps. Al remembers trying to drive to his wedding with kerosene in the tank and decides maybe there's a reason no one wanted their daughters marrying the Robertson boys. And Phil, Jase, and Al talk about John 14, the reasons people give for not coming to Jesus, and the beginning of forever. But first, the guys weigh in on how LSU is doing this year, and Al and Jase preview their upcoming book projects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 157 | The Mystery of Phil's Wedding Date, Jase's #1 Goal & Claims That Jesus Sinned on the Cross

Phil tells the story of his quickie wedding to Miss Kay, and Al shares his family's long-standing confusion over the wedding date. Jase reveals the life goal that's at the top of his list. A listener asks for guidance on how to respond to a neighbor who insists that Jesus sinned when he asked why God had forsaken him. And the guys weigh in on whether doubt is a sin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 156 | Ted Cruz Is Unashamed, Amy Coney Barrett Attacked for Adoptions & Phil's 2020 Prediction

Sen. Ted Cruz makes his "Unashamed" debut to talk about the Supreme Court, the radical left's hatred for people of faith, and how he saw the redeeming power of salvation when his dad became a believer and reunited their family. Cruz also talks about his timely new book, "One Vote Away: How a Single Supreme Court Seat Can Change History," and his podcast, "Verdict with Ted Cruz." Phil, Jase, and Al discuss the vicious attacks on SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett for adopting children from Haiti and for being a woman of faith. Al notes the power of Cruz's beard. Phil makes his 2020 election prediction with one caveat. And the guys reminisce about their awesome hunt with the senator. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 155 | Phil's First Duck Hunt with His Daughter, Satanic Soccer Mom, and the Snake in the Garden

Phil and the boys took Phyllis out for her first duck hunt, and Phil kept a close eye on her. Phil remembers the time 2-year-old Jase swiped a wood duck and where they found it. Phil, Jase, and Al talk duck lice, Phil's attitude toward gators, and whether the serpent in the Garden of Eden was a real snake. And Phil takes on the logic of the mom whose ungodly politics led her to join the Satanic Temple. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 154 | Phil's Hocked Wedding Ring, Jase's Mystery Tube & Being Unoffendable w/ Johnny 'Joey' Jones

"Proud American" podcast host and Fox News contributor Johnny "Joey" Jones joins Phil, Jase, and Al for a special crossover edition of Unashamed. Joey gets to know Si in the duck blind and explains how he became a meme. Jase shares Phil's anti-establishment approach to duck calls and reveals what was inside the giant mystery tube a listener sent him. Phil tells the story of Miss Kay hocking his wedding ring. And the guys discuss fleeing foolish arguments and how to be unoffendable when we're surrounded by the perpetually offended. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 153 | Phil Is Uncomfortable Watching Football, Jase Cancels Netflix, and Our Fractured Nation

Jase cancels Netflix to send a message about "Cuties." Phil, Jase, and Zach discuss football players' protests, and Jase bemoans the lack of respect for our flag. Phil discovers he's uncomfortable watching football this year. Jase asks what's left to bring us together in America. Zach notes that we can't have justice without the truth. The guys discuss whether our fractured nation will survive, Trump's stand for religion, and the problem with conflating earthly kingdoms and God's kingdom. And Phil offers verses of peace and comfort amid the turmoil and chaos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 152 | The First Time Phil Said 'I Love You' to Jase, Si vs. Jase, and Once Saved, Always Saved?

Jase kicks it off with a teal report featuring the one and only Si Robertson, flaring tempers, and the art of claiming ducks. Zach teaches Jase about logical fallacies. We hear the story of the first time Phil told his sons he loves them. And the guys talk about what "God gave them over to a depraved mind" means in Romans 1:28, the unforgivable sin, the Holy Spirit, and whether you can lose your salvation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 151 | Jase Admits He Was Wrong, the Top 10 Duck Dynasty DED List & the Celeb Instagram Blackout

Jase unveils his Top 10 "Duck Dynasty" Don't-Ever-Do List. Phil warns against any Supreme Court nominee or candidate who comes to us in sheep's clothing. In a landmark Unashamed moment, Jase admits he was wrong. Phil nails celebrity culture in one Bible verse and learns about Instagram. Jase knocks the 24-hour celebrity Instagram blackout to protest hate speech. And Phil, Jase, and Zach discuss supposed "scientific evidence" that Trump has harmed the country and how to understand the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 150 | What Phil Wants in a SCOTUS Pick, Jase Introduces Trump Jr. & Who Determines the Truth?

Phil shares his wisdom about the nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg and notes the vast difference between the Supreme Court and the Supreme Being. Jase describes his experience introducing Donald Trump Jr. at a recent fundraiser. And Phil, Jase, and Zach discuss who gets to determine the truth, whether or not heaven is a place, the role faith plays when you vote, and what President Trump has done for people of faith. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 149 | Phil's Mom Was on 'Price Is Right,' the Robertsons' Platinum Album & Other Surreal Stories

Al hosts a quarantine survival party that gets the guys reminiscing about some of their family's most surreal moments, including Phil's mom dominating on "The Price Is Right," the family recording an album that went platinum, and the "Duck Commander Musical." Phil highlights the scariest thing he's ever seen in the Bible, and the guys talk about hateful and belligerent religious folks, the wrong way to reach people, and the night before Jesus was arrested. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 148 | You Can't Spell Science Without Si, Jase Rants About Deceptive Ads, and Jesus' Last Blast

Phil proves that Jase is hard-headed. Jase shares a teal report, including the fascinating way Si determined the flying speed of a green-winged teal. Jase is also fired up about "deceptive advertising" by 7-Eleven, Motel 6, and Super 8. Al points out where you'll find some of Jesus' most amazing teachings. And the guys talk about the meaning of foot-washing in the Bible, macho men as servants, and how people who really know Jesus don't mind you bringing him up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 147 | The Religion of BLM, Social Justice Jesus, and 'Cuties' | Guests: 'Just Thinking' Co-hosts

"Just Thinking Podcast" co-hosts Darrell B. Harrison and Virgil "Omaha" Walker join Phil, Jase, and Al to discuss the church of Black Lives Matter, onerous government mandates for churches, liberals turning to Jesus, spiritual poverty, the fabrication of "Social Justice Jesus," why dads matter, and one problem with Netflix's "Cuties" that's not getting enough attention. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 146 | Jase's Road Trip with the In-Laws, Al's Preacher Smack-Talk, and Going Public for Jesus

Jase and his in-laws take a six-hour road trip without Missy. Jase uses a UFO story to share the gospel with a young audience. Si claims he's "5 for 3" as teal season opens. Phil cracks his sons up by explaining a key difference between 50 and 74. Al is the king of trash talk when he's preaching. And the guys answer a question about going public for Jesus, coming under attack, and how you know you're wearing the armor of God. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 145 | Jase's Blood Is Boiling, Phil's Problem with Church Buildings, and Al's Righteous Anger

Jase gets riled up by an audience email and makes the case for why it's terribly misguided. Phil explains why church buildings aren't the best way to reach people. Al recalls his righteous anger when someone snitched on a group that supposedly violated church decorum. The guys have a big problem with church pews and frivolous rules. And Jase asks an important question: What would you do if your church building burned down before Sunday? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 144 | Phil Robertson's Epic Jambalaya Recipe, Generosity, and How Food Can Help You Share Jesus

Phil is VERY particular about how jambalaya should be made. He shares his recipe in a way you won't see in any cookbook. Jase says there are three factors that guarantee success with this recipe, and the guys agree that the key to good cooking is a chef with thick skin. Al shares Jase and Willie's fast-food strategy. Phil reveals the secret to how he keeps up with the culture. And the Unashamed team talks about being generous to your neighbor and how good food and hospitality can be used to start conversations about Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 143 | What Really Happened When the 'Duck Dynasty' Cameras Stopped Rolling

Phil, Jase, and Al reveal the true stories behind what you saw on "Duck Dynasty." Did the guys grow their beards just for TV? What's the truth behind those clean-shaven beach photos that gossip rags use to claim the Robertsons are fakes? How long did Jase have to sleep on the couch after putting mud on Missy? Does the family really know "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan? And will there ever be new episodes of "Duck Dynasty"? The behind-the-scenes Q&A starts at about 30:50. But first, Jase is pumped that teal season is here, and Phil and Al are baffled by elaborate gender reveals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 142 | Jase Makes a Woman Bawl, a Visitor Meets Phil's AR, & the Perfect 2020 Song by Rhett Walker

Al is back, and Grammy-nominated singer Rhett Walker and youngest bro Jep Robertson stop by. Jase makes an Unashamed listener burst into tears in a parking lot, and Phil greets a surprise visitor at his gate. But first, Jase's bat-watching experience is a big flop, and both of his houses have holes in the roof. Phil performs another river baptism for a man in a wheelchair. And Rhett talks about living out the message of hope and faith in his music ? even in a year like 2020.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 141 | Why Phil Didn't Like Christians, the Most Exciting Time of Year & the Light of the World

Phil and Jase are pumped about the upcoming start of teal season. They share tips on how to make blue-winged teal palatable and how to prepare dove. They also explain why eating well trumps hurt feelings, and Jase lists the foods he'll never cut out of his diet. Phil manages to segue into the great theme of the Bible, light vs. darkness, and he recalls his days of running from the light. The guys discuss how to see the light of God in your life, making mistakes even when you walk in the light, and why Jesus is freedom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 140 | A Phil-Style Funeral, the Best Computer Glitch & Jase's Issue with 'What Would Jesus Do?'

Phil shares the story of the old drinking buddy he baptized three months before speaking at the man's funeral. Phil, Jase, and Zach reminisce about Phil's sister's gift of prophecy and the early Duck Commander days, including how a computer glitch helped the company take off and why their worst duck call was a best-seller. Phil gives President Trump kudos for whackin' and stackin' regulations and explains why Jesus trumps all government edicts. And Jase explains his problem with asking what Jesus would do. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 139 | Jep's Bizarre Run-In with the HOA, Phil Is 911, and Jase's Problem with Tree-Hugging

Jep discovers that his trampoline runs afoul of HOA rules, and Phil, Jase, and Zach find it absolutely absurd. Zach's wife triggers the mask police on her own front porch. Phil reveals why he's 911 for the local rednecks and shares the story of the land he gave away to Burly. Jase takes issue with tree-hugging and highlights an uncomfortable verse in John 12. And the guys discuss what a healthy constitutional republic means to the kingdom of God and how to experience the kingdom now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 138 | Phil's Hurricane Prepping, Jase's Monster Gator Story, and Judas the Virtue-Signaler

With the power out after Hurricane Laura, Phil, Jase, and Zach are podcasting from Jase's old stomping grounds at Duck Commander. Phil is definitely the man you want to be around when the Apocalypse happens. Jase gives a rundown of the storm damage, describes the horrifying scene when he opened his fridge, and shares a story about the capture of a massive alligator. And the guys discuss Mary perfuming Jesus' feet in John 12, Jesus' rebuke of Judas the virtue-signaler, and social justice vs. biblical justice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 137 | Si the Nudist, the Awkward Way Godwin Met Phil, and Inside the Mystery Box

John Godwin finally makes his debut as a guest on the Unashamed podcast. Godwin recalls the extreme awkwardness of the first time he met Phil and reminds Phil how he was converted. Phil shares a story that has the guys convinced that Uncle Si is a nudist, and Al gives us the scoop on Si's sleepwalking. And Godwin reveals an awesome gift for Phil inside the mystery box on the Unashamed Lair table. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Ep 136 | Why Insects Don't Sting Phil, the Russian Beard Tax & What Makes Jesus & the Duckmen Weep

An unexpected gift introduces Jase to the Russian beard tax. Dan's ninja moves to evade wasps in the duck blind inspire the guys to tell harrowing tales of spiders, chiggers, and fire ants, and we discover why insects don't bite Phil. Al goes into a side of Jesus people tend not to notice in John 11. And the guys discuss God's compassion, what makes Jesus weep, what brings the Robertson men to tears, the lack of emotion in the church, and Jesus the disrupter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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