author Phillip Moormann

The Author

Author Phillip Moormann (1940-2017) had attended Western Evangelical Seminary and Seattle Pacific University for graduate studies; he has a B.A. in Latin and has taken Greek and Hebrew as well. He has taught public high school in Oregon and Washington State, teaching English, Latin, Greek and German.

He has also been the Editor of the Christian Reporter in Seattle, Washington. Besides the books featured in this website, he has also written the Telemathic Directory, which was a collection of Christian correspondence schools and their course offerings.

He has been an Associate Pastor and Pastor in Oak Grove, Oregon. He has also been a principal in a small Christian school. He is currently teaching apologetics in his church.

Although he has more than 250 books in his personal library there have been a few that have had particular influence in his life. Among these books are C.S. Lewis books: The Abolition of Man, Mere Christianity, The Problem of Pain and by Norman Geisler and co-author, Frank Turek, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist.

Mission Statement:

I am committed to the cause of Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of the Living God, who is wholly man and wholly God. I believe the Bible is the Word of God, and is sufficient for daily life and the salvation of man. It is my desire, through whatever books I write, to bring people out of the cults and to sharpen the understanding of the average Christian as to whom Jesus and God, His Father, are.