"Duck Dynasty" TV reality star Phil Robertson brought his Bible to the Fox News show "Hannity" last night where he gave some advice for dealing with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
According to ThinkProgress.org, Robertson opened his Bible and said there were two types of people: The “children of God" and "the whole world that is under the control of the evil one, That's 1 John 5."
Robertson also referred to Proverbs 8:36 and stated, “All who hate me, love death."
“They’re at war with us,” stated Robertson, noted Mediaite.com. “You either have to convert them, which I think would be next to impossible… either convert them or kill them. One or the other."
There is not one Bible verse that commands Christians to kill people who refuse to convert, but that was a popular excuse for mass murder during The Crusades centuries ago.
The Christian Post noted today that a Christian man in Iraq was beaten, tortured and killed by ISIS because he refused to convert to Islam, which is very similar to what Robertson advocated.
Robertson added that he was personally armed for a fight with ISIS, which has overrun numerous towns in Syria and Iraq.