Quoting Quiverfull: Who’s Afraid of a Few Women & Trolls While Supporting Duck Dynasty?

Quoting Quiverfull: Who’s Afraid of a Few Women & Trolls While Supporting Duck Dynasty? January 12, 2014

By Kevin Swanson of Generations Radio – The Most Famous Family Economy in America

Phil Robertson stepped in the deep doodoo, when he took on the holiest of holies, the sacredest of the sacred cows of the apostate, w.a.s.p.y world .. . homosexuality.  Welcome to our club, Phil.  The metro-sexual meets the “bitter clingers,” and the explosions are interesting to watch.

But what we really like about Phil and the Ducks are the family relationships, the generational continuity, and the family economy. There is something that will remain of the old order.  There is something healthy still hanging around in this country and other countries around the globe.  Healthy Family Economies!

That’s why we have invited Phil Robertson of the Duck Dynasty fame to speak at our Denver Family Economics Conference.   The Duck Dynasty reality program has taken the concept of the Multi-Generational Family Economy to a broad, popular audience.

(Editorial Note: About a month ago Mr. Swanson attacked Kathryn Joyce and many of our friends here at NLQ as well as posted about ‘silly women’ and ‘internet trolls’. We posted a response to him and now when you go to his site and click on “Blog” there is no blog, only ads for Swanson’s books and products. The blog is still there if you follow the old links in but accessible from nowhere on his own site. Gee, I have to wonder why, scared of a few ‘silly women’ perhaps?)

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QUOTING QUIVERFULL is a regular feature of NLQ – we present the actual words of noted Quiverfull leaders and ask our readers: What do you think? Agree? Disagree? This is the place to state your opinion. Please, let’s keep it respectful – but at the same time, we encourage readers to examine the ideas of Quiverfull honestly and thoughtfully.

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  • Allison the Great

    “Gee, I have to wonder why, scared of a few ‘silly women’ perhaps?”

    I can answer that question for you : yes, the little shit that is Kevin Swanson is scared of women. He’s fine as long as women act like the doormats that he thinks that they ought to be, but when independent and intelligent women (like those who run this blog) call him out over his cowardice, stupidity and misogyny he turns tail and runs like the pathetic little bitch that he is. I’m all of 5′ tall and I’m sure I could put this man in a fetal position in a corner just by raising my voice. It probably doesn’t take much to make him lose his shit.

  • Nea

    I take it this conference considers racism part of a family economy and under aged marriage part of a family relationship, then? Because it’s not just homosexuality this guy shot his mouth off about.

  • Independent Thinker

    I don’t want to be rude but how does Swanson know the Robertsons have a healthy family economy. Does he personally know their debt to income ratio? How are their investments performing? Do they owe back taxes? Just because you are rich and have a reality TV show doesn’t mean you make wise investments and maintain your wealth for a lifetime. Celebrities go broke all the time.

  • Astrin Ymris

    True! The fact that the Robertson boys felt it necessary to transform themselves from well-groomed yuppies to “river rats” indicates they have a strong desire to have the show succeed. If their family business was doing great and Phil reluctantly accepted the reality show offer just because he wanted a venue to “share their faith” from, why the negative makeovers?

  • centaurie

    I can see all his blog posts just fine? Or is that just me….

  • Kathleen Margaret Schwab

    I just looked at Swanson’s blog, and his definition of apostate was pro-evolution, pro-homoseual and pro-socialist. I am a Christian, and this saddens me deeply. What does it have to do with the radical message of Jesus to love your neighbor as yourself, and blessed are the meek? Jesus never mentioned homosexuality, never mentioned evolution, and if he mentioned what we call socialism he supported it (If you have 2 shirts, give one away.)
    There are times i despair of the public face of Christianity.