Phil Phillips

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Phil Phillips is the author of Turmoil in the Toybox (1st June 1986), Halloween and Satanism (1st June 1987), Saturday Morning Mind Control ( January 1st 1991), and Dinosaurs: The Bible, Barney, and Beyond (1st December 1994), among others. Turmoil in the Toybox is about how the Smurfs, Care Bears, My Little Pony, He-Man, Mighty Mouse, Cabbage Patch Kids, and Rainbow Bright are all leading our precious children into ruin. The other three book titles speak for themselves. Halloween and Satanism includes some, perhaps unwitting, but still overt anti-Semitism on display in the author's choice of images and captions.

Practically his entire repertoire of works fall under the "80s/early 90s Christian paranoia/sensationalism" market. They're also unmentionably bad.[citation NOT needed] His books were sold in every Christian bookstore, on prominent display right next to those of Texe Marrs.

Phil and his wife Cynthia have since authored a book on Attention Deficit Disorder called ADD: Welcome to Our World. The book (also available in audio version) is based on Phil’s personal testimony of finding out, as an adult, that he has ADD. They have also authored Miracle Parenting, on the subject of "Biblical parenting", as well as a Blogspot website entitled "Miracle Families.[1]

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  1. Miracle Families on; moribund since 2009.