Phil Robertson does NOT believe in the sinner’s prayer (as indicated when he talks about his young children asking to be baptized; and he says: ‘I believe in Jesus. Come on into my heart Lord; and you look at their lives and you notice pretty quickly that their faith and actions are not on target with each other. It’s a picture of the United States of America.’ ); nor do I. Richard Duke
C.S. Lewis used the term “a great cataract of nonsense” to describe how people use a modern idea to construe Bible theology. One such example, perhaps the best example, is a conversion method called the Sinner’s Prayer.
When Mr. Robertson quotes the Scriptures regarding the “last days” please look at the below (which the early church fathers agreed with)–EVEN THOUGH THIS WAS WRITTEN TO THEM THEN LIVING; IT IS WRITTEN FOR US LIVING TODAY: