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Published on Nov 15, 2012
Phil Robertson, a.k.a. The Duck Commander, from the hit A&E reality television show Duck Dynasty (Wednesdays, 9 p.m. Central) talks with Brent High, Lipscomb University Associate A.D. for Spiritual Formation, about the power of the internet in spreading the Gospel.
This footage was captured on November 8, 2012 at Phil's duck blind near his home while Lipscomb representatives were getting footage for a video promoting Phil, Miss Kay & Si's appearance at Lipscomb on April 27, 2012 as part of the 5th Annual Don Meyer Evening of Excellence (for more info go to http://www.lipscombsports.com/news/ar...).
I'm sorry for the poor audio quality. I was recording this on a flip cam.
Below is a transcript of what Phil said:
What happened is people take that and they put that on the internet. Unbeknowing to me. But they put it on the internet. They put it on the internet. They put it on the internet. What I didn't realize is that somebody was telling me about that, and I said well how did it get on there? They said well people film you at these different gatherings you go to all over the United States. So I speak to a thousand but somebody takes that speech and puts it on the internet and last night one of the brothers was driving with me and he said let me show you something and he said I pull up your name here Robertson he said he said this speech 275,000 clicked on to that, listened to that one. I said, Do WHAT? He said 76,000 on this one. 172,000. He'd be going through. So you know the parable about the little mustard seed that can grow but you don't know it. It makes a big tree and you don't know how it's growing and all that. You just get out and preach the Gospel and you look up and several million are viewing that thing now. So you, so that's why there's always people there's just a constant bunch of emails coming in saying man I heard I was watching, I heard the speech you know, gave my life to Christ, I just wanted to let you know that you know but I was wondering where it was all coming from. I thought well, I said I wonder where that was. A lot of it's over the internet with me not even knowing, I've never turned on a computer. Not yet. I'm 66. Evidently a lot of other people are.