WEST MONROE, LOUISIANA — Phil Robertson, patriarch of A&E’s Duck Dynasty and one of the most recognized voices of conservative Christianity in America, believes that little by little, generation by generation, America has allowed the lines of morality, decency, and virtue to be erased. Our values have disappeared as we began to believe lies—such as that God is dead, truth is relative, and unity is impossible—that have brought discord, division and protest. But Phil also believes that things can change.
Writing with captivating storytelling and unflinching honesty, Phil shows how to make America a God-honoring nation once more: by exposing the ten central lies that rule our day for what they are, and taking up the ten truths that will bring peace of mind, harmony, and prosperity back to our country.
The Theft of America’s Soul is an exposure of the devil and his impact on the culture, and a prophetic wake-up call for all who desire to see our nation thrive. And it is also an invitation to experience the life-giving, peace-filling, wholly-transforming love of God.
It’s time to take back what the devil has stolen and put God back into our culture!
The Theft of America’s Soul: Blowing the Lid Off the Lies That Are Destroying Our Country (Thomas Nelson Publishing) by Phil Robertson will be available wherever books are sold starting Tuesday, Feb. 5.
In The Theft of America’s Soul, Robertson addresses ten of the most harmful lies the American people embrace. After tearing down the lies, he builds a new foundation founded on biblical truth and rational thought.
- The Lie: God is dead.
The Truth: The God of the Bible is not dead and he never will be.
- The Lie: There is no Devil.
The Truth: The Devil of the Bible is real and he is our enemy.
- The Lie: Truth is relative.
The Truth: There is absolute truth and it comes from God.
- The Lie: God did not create life.
The Truth: God is the author of life and only he can nourish and
- The Lie: Sex is for self-gratification.
The Truth: God created sexuality for his purposes and our good.
- The Lie: Virtue is outdated.
The Truth: God’s standard for all time is the standard of virtue.
- The Lie: Laws can be ignored or changed if they are inconvenient.
The Truth: Law and order come from the Word of God.
- The Lie: Unity is not possible.
The Truth: Unity flows from a God-centered culture.
- The Lie: Church participation and day-to-day life should be kept separate.
The Truth: The church is God’s presence in the day-to-day world, keeping the world from becoming hell on earth.
- The Lie: Christians should shut their traps.
The Truth: God’s people are his prophetic voice in the world.
In “The Theft of America’s Soul,” you will learn to:
- Discern the lies plaguing America today
- Refute those lies with truth
- Share truth with those around you
- Appreciate virtue and law in a postmodern society
- Engage a culture opposed to absolute truth in a way that is loving and compelling
“If there’s one thing I know,” says Phil Robertson, “it’s this: An encounter with the living God is the only hope for mankind. It’s the only hope for President Trump, for me, for America. It’s the only hope for true freedom and lasting peace. And the God of the universe has made a way for us to have this kind of encounter. That way is Jesus, the very personification of God, the very hope of the world.”
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Phil Robertson is a professional hunter who invented his own duck call and founded the successful Duck Commander Company. He also starred in the popular television series on A & E, Duck Dynasty, and is now the host of the new subscription television series In the Woods with Phil on BlazeTV. He is the author of two New York Times bestselling books, Happy, Happy, Happy and UnPHILtered. He and his wife, Kay, live in West Monroe, Louisiana. Together, they have four grown sons and daughters-in-law, 16 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.