The beloved patriarch of A&E’s® Duck Dynasty series, Phil Robertson, shares his thoughtful - and opinionated - philosophy on life.
In Phil Robertson’s number-one New York Times best seller, Happy, Happy, Happy, we learned about Phil’s colorful past and the wild road to becoming the beloved patriarch of A&E’s smash hit show, Duck Dynasty. Now, he returns to share his philosophy on life, which can be summed up in five short words. Love God, love your neighbor.
In this inspirational and entertaining audiobook, you will learn what makes Phil Robertson tick. Robertson shares his views on faith - and how it has totally changed his way of life and how he treats others; family - how he raised his kids and is raising grandkids while teaching them the life principles he lives by; ducks - and the business principles that started the Duck Commander empire; marriage - including what he’s learned from his own marriage; and of course, his opinions on controversial topics like gun control, taxes, prayer in school, and the government.
UnPHILtered is the ultimate guide to everything Phil Robertson believes in. Balancing his sometimes off-the-wall comments with his strong focus on home and family life, it is sure to spark discussion, laughs, and a sincere appreciation for Phil’s unique approach to life.
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This book contains traditional Christian beliefs presented in a elegant manner. Phil Robertson presents his beliefs in a kind and nonjudgmental manner. As he said, you either accept it or not, the choice is yours.
He was straight forward in presenting his beliefs. He is not unkind is his presentation, but explains why he feels the way he does about things.
I liked hearing the author Phil read it better. It was kind of annoying hearing 2 different voices.
No, but I respect people who are not afraid of speaking their mind, but do it in a kind and logical manner. Phil Robertson did this.
This is a good book for understanding traditional American thought and beliefs.
Yes. Being a late comer to the whole Duck Dynasty series, I was skeptical about how good a book would be from someone in "reality tv". I was VERY pleased with this book, because to be frank, I agree with Phil and think more people need to stand up for what they believe.
None that I can think of.
Their voice. When I read a book I don't hear male voices. LOL... I would have preferred the whole book read by Phil, but it is what it is.
I wouldn't make a film about this book.
It's a good book. I enjoyed it. I would've preferred Phil read the whole thing and I hope he does another book and does read it.
I was worried this was going to be a repeat of his first book. It was not, lots of new material.
I haven't watched alot of their shows but this family gives me a feeling of hope. Only if others would embrace their views this world could be a much better place.
Phil even as famous as he is, he is down to earth and not Hollywood, he is the woods. He lets you know how he feels and how American life showed be. Phil ,eats it all out on the table and if you don't like it leave and go back. You don't need the huge home big screen tv, large ward robe, or what ever you think you "need",all you have to do is love God, love your neighbor, and pay your taxes. Live off the land we need smaller governments and less oversight and more insight to our own survival.
I appreciate Phil Robertson's willingness to share his faith in Christ with anyone willing to listen. Although he's not proud of his past, he's honest about his sin and how it brought him to the place where he trusted Christ to redeem and save him from the punishment of hell, and a life full of hopeless. Having Phil and his son Alan narrate allows you to listen the way it's meant to be heard.
Phil provides a roadmap for folks loving each other trying to make the world a better place for all. You may not agree with some of his words, but his desire for loving one another and loving God is a good path
I enjoy the numerous parts of the book where he and others help their neighbors and compete strangers.
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