‘Duck Dynasty’ stars, Harding alums Willie and Korie Robertson to speak at alma mater
We reported last week on “Duck Dynasty” stars Phil, Kay and Si Robertson headlining an event at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn.
A few readers alerted us that Willie and Korie Robertson, alumni of Harding University in Searcy, Ark., will speak at their alma mater Tuesday, Nov. 27. KATV.com provides details on the free public event.
FeedbackWillie will also be speaking in chapel on Wednesday at 10 a.m. – which is live streamed over the web and can be access via www.harding.edu/communication.HardingAlumNovember, 27 2012Terry Bradshaw was the backup QB to Phil at Louisiana Tech. Terry Bradshaw said Phil quit football when he saw a covey of geese flying over the practice field.Johnny MullensNovember, 28 2012I enjoy the show. However they do a bit overboard using “coarse/crude” language at times. You can be a redneck and still keep it clean.
Also, I’m not going to get into the discussion of whether drinking is right or wrong, but why would we be so head over heels over a company run by Christians that (in one episode) bought a Winery?
There is no doubt that this would be a direct contribution to one of our societies worst addictions.
Can a Christian promote that with a clear conscience? Not this one!PepperNovember, 29 2012Pepper..
There is nothing wrong with buying a winery nor drinking as long as its not in excess (our Lord Jesus drank wine). Also, as for the language I have yet to see a crude thing or curse word.
I’m just happy that there is a show on a big network that is getting this much attention while promoting good family values and says a prayer at the end of it.. can you think of any other show (still airing) doing that? it would be a small list.Ben McMNovember, 30 2012I’m really disappointed that Willie was buying a winery. I thought
they were Christians. The mess that alcohol does on society as a
whole and they’re buying wineries. What a Disgrace!Diane SmithAugust, 21 2013The old excuse that Jesus drank wine does not hold up. A lot of the
water in the olden days was not pure.Diane SmithAugust, 21 2013