Dan Phillips earned his MDiv in Old Testament at Talbot Theological Seminary in 1983. He's had many jobs since his youth: tying trout flies, cook, working as an investigator, hosting a talk show, IT education and support, and teaching in various institutions. He is a pastor, an author, and an international conference speaker. He has written two books: The World-Tilting Gospel (Kregel: 2011), and God's Wisdom in Proverbs (Kress Biblical Resources: 2011). He was also one of the three contributors to the popular and influential blog, Pyromaniacs. He pastors Copperfield Bible Church in Houston, Texas, where he lives with his dear wife Valerie and two of their four children.

WRITTEN BY Daniel J. Phillips
Narrow arrogance masquerading as humble generosity.
Popular pastor’s systematic theology fills a longstanding gap.
Can a judge grant a right that defies God's created reality?
Shouldn't you just drop the label if you don't sync with the Biblical description of a Christian?
There's no such thing as a Christian who loves Jesus but not the church.
Actually, we probably should be afraid.