Jim Phillips, Teaching Fellow, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1975. Following six years as a Navy pilot, Jim began an 18-year career with IBM. In 1999, Jim accepted a position with CAI Incorporated as a Division General Manager responsible for commercial business across a four-state geography. Jim is also a teaching Fellow of the Annapolis Extension of the C.S. Lewis Institute. He received a Master of Arts from Saint John’s College in 2019 and a Post Graduate Diploma in Theology and Religion from Oxford University in 2020 and is currently pursuing doctoral studies at the University of Oxford and The Oxford Centre for Mission Studies/Middlesex University at the Oxford Campus.
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Jim Phillips: Great Books as Great Bridges
Jim Phillips discusses the great books of classic Western literature, and how knowledge of the...Read More
What is the Gospel and Why Does it Matter?
What is the gospel and why does it matter? Jim Phillips argues that the gospel...Read More
Questions That Matter – Jim Phillips: God’s Story in all Stories
St. John’s College has a unique mission of educating people through the careful reading of...Read More
Great Books as Great Bridges to Great Conversations
Jim Phillips discusses studying classic Western literature and how knowledge of the classics can open...Read More
Leaving A Legacy
Jim Phillips suggests that “now is the time” for us to record our thoughts for...Read More
An Encouragement to Read Thomas á Kempis’s The Imitation of Christ
In this article, Jim Phillips encourages readers to pick up this classic book The Imitation...Read More
God’s “Sari”: The Story of C.S. Lewis Institute – Annapolis
We are raising up disciples to go and disciple the world. Had we sat down...Read More