|Douglas W. Phillips|
|Other names||Doug Phillips|
|Occupation||President of Vision Forum, Writer, Minister, Attorney|
|Spouse(s)||Beall (8 children)|
Douglas W. Phillips is a Calvinist Christian speaker and author. He is the son of Peggy (Blanchard) and U.S. Constitution Party leader Howard Phillips and president of Vision Forum Ministries. He advocates Biblical patriarchy, creationism, homeschooling, Quiverfull and Family Integrated Church. Doug and his wife, Beall, have eight children: Joshua, Justice, Liberty, Jubilee, Faith, Honor, Providence, and Virginia.
He has written and edited several books, including:
- The Bible Lessons of John Quincy Adams for His Son (2000) ISBN 1-929241-22-4
- The Letters and Lessons of Teddy Roosevelt for His Sons (2001) ISBN 1-929241-32-1
- Robert Lewis Dabney: The Prophet Speaks (2003) ISBN 1-929241-41-0
- Poems for Patriarchs (2003) ISBN 1-929241-45-3
- The Birkenhead Drill (2004) ISBN 1-929241-46-1
- The Little Boy Down the Road: Short Stories & Essays on the Beauty of Family Life (2008) ISBN 1-934554-34-0
- Building the 21st Century Man
Doug Phillips is a leader in the Independent Christian Film movement and is the founder of the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival. He produced a documentary The League of Grateful Sons in 2004 honoring the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima. In 2009 Phillips led a team of scientists to the Galápagos Islands for the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's life and produced a documentary The Mysterious Islands.
- Barrick, Audrey (December 13, 2009). "Embrace Christianity as total world and life view, ministry leaders say". Christian Post. Retrieved March 1, 2011.
- Campbell, Nancy (2003). Be Fruitfull and Multiply. San Antonio: Vision Forum. ISBN 0-9724173-5-4.
- "About the President". Vision Forum Ministries. 2006. Retrieved 2007-01-23.
- Hagerty, Barbara (February 21, 2009). "Christian Filmmakers Creating An Industry Of Faith". NPR news. Retrieved March 1,2011.
- Wendy Griffith (May 19, 2006). CBN Newswatch http://www.cbn.com/media/player/index.aspx?s=/vod/DouglasPhillips_051906. Retrieved March 3, 2011. Unknown parameter
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- Yonke, David (October 31, 2009). "Video disputes Darwin". The Blade.
- Wooding, Gregg (November 18, 2009). "“More than 2,500 to Attend Tampa Premiere of 'The Mysterious Islands' -- a New Film Shot on the Galapagos Islands Which Challenges Darwin". 'Christian News Wire'. Retrieved March 1, 2011.
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