About

About this site:

Truth & Culture is a mix of articles, addressing education, politics, religion/theology, literature, current events, fitness/nutrition, and more.

The contents of this site belong to the author(s) (if it’s not me, Brian Phillips, the author’s name is stated or the site is linked).

Thanks for reading!  Enjoy!

About Dr. Brian Phillips (by Brian Phillips):

Professionally, I am a pastor, classical educator, and writer.  More importantly, I am married to Shannon, my college sweetheart, and so far we have been blessed with three wonderful children.  We try to live at a slow pace in a fast world and we sometimes succeed.  Our home is filled with laughter, singing, music, and children running and dancing to my guitar playing and singing (which is always under construction).

After completing a B.A. in Biblical & Theological Studies, I went on to earn a M.A. in Theological Studies, and a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D. in Humanities and Classical Education).  Currently, I am pursuing a Th.M. in Ecclesiastical Latin.

The opinions and ideas on this blog are mine (hence, my writing them) and do not necessarily reflect those of the school or church I serve.

I have had dozens of articles published by The CiRCE PapersAntiwar, and others.  I have appeared on several radio shows and conferences – usually addressing topics of politics, Christianity, education, and philosophy/ethics.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Brian, I am really enjoying your blog. I follow several blogs and yours is one I rarely delete without reading. I have not found how I can share anything on facebook from your site. I have shared videos from the youtube page, but I want to give your blog more traffic by sharing it directly unless you have purposely designed it that way.

    Also, I would love to send you a book I think might interest you. I would need an address to send it to you if you feel comfortable sharing it with me. Thanks so much.

    Maris

  2. Maris,

    Thanks! You can copy the address of my article (in the address bar) and simply link it on Facebook or paste it in the status/share box. I do that frequently.

  3. By the way, I just fixed that and you can now link directly to Facebook, Twitter, and others! Thanks for pointing it out.

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