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Other names  Doug Phillips
Role  Author
Name  Doug Phillips

Spouse(s)  Beall Phillips
Religion  Christian
Parents  Howard Phillips
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Occupation  President of Vision Forum, writer, minister, attorney
Children  Honor Phillips, Faith Evangeline, Virginia Hope Phillips
Books  The Birkenhead Drill, Poems for Patriarchs, The Little Boy Down the Road, Into the Amazon: One Lost, Coming in on a Wing and a Pra
Similar People  Michael Farris, Howard Phillips, R C Sproul - Jr, Jim Bob Duggar, Charles D Provan

You and me doug phillips

Douglas Winston Phillips is a Christian author, speaker, attorney, and homeschooling advocate who was once president of the now-defunct Vision Forum Ministries until he resigned due to an inappropriate relationship. He advocates Biblical patriarchy, creationism, homeschooling, Quiverfull, and Family Integrated Church. He is the son of U.S. Constitution Party leader Howard Phillips. He currently works as a videographer and photographer under pseudonyms Phil Douglas and DW Winters.


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Personal life

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Phillips and his wife Beall have eight children.


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Phillips is the founder of the defunct San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival. Phillips produced a documentary The League of Grateful Sons in 2004 about the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima. In 2009, Phillips led "a team of scientists and investigators, including John D. Morris, president of the Institute for Creation Research" to the Galápagos Islands for the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's life, and produced a documentary entitled The Mysterious Islands.


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Phillips resigned as president of Vision Forum on October 30, 2013 after acknowledging a "lengthy ... relationship with a woman" which was "inappropriately affectionate and romantic." On November 11, 2013, Vision Forum Ministries' board of directors discontinued operations citing "serious sins" which prompted Phillips' resignation. According to The Christian Post, Vision Forum, Inc., Phillips' for-profit business, "appeared to have a liquidation sale" in December 2013.

On April 15, 2014, the Phillips family's ex-nanny filed a lawsuit against Phillips and Vision Forum, alleging that she had suffered years of sexual abuse at the hands of Doug Phillips. Phillips denied the abuse charges, according to Julie Ingersoll, "calling them sensationalist and suggesting that they are motivated by a desire for financial gain."

On November 17, 2014, Phillips was excommunicated from Boerne Christian Assembly, the church that he founded. Phillips had left the church in July.

The Torres case against Phillips was dimissed in May of 2016 and closed by the Plantiff. (Ordered to dismiss 166th Court Judge Laura Salinas Volume 4556 Page 1060 Page Count 2)


He has written or edited the following books (published by his own company Vision Forum):

  • The Bible Lessons of John Quincy Adams for His Son (2000) Vision Forum ISBN 1-929241-22-4
  • The Letters and Lessons of Teddy Roosevelt for His Sons (2001) Vision Forum ISBN 1-929241-32-1
  • Robert Lewis Dabney: The Prophet Speaks (2003) Vision Forum ISBN 1-929241-41-0
  • Poems for Patriarchs (2003) Poems for Patriarchs Vision Forum ISBN 1-929241-45-3
  • The Birkenhead Drill (2004) Vision Forum ISBN 1-929241-46-1
  • The Little Boy Down the Road: Short Stories & Essays on the Beauty of Family Life (2008) Vision Forum ISBN 1-934554-34-0
  • References

    Doug Phillips Wikipedia