Phil Stringer

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Pastor Phil Stringer
Pastor Phil Stringer

Phil Stringer is Pastor of the Ravenswood Baptist Church of Chicago. He is an active Bible Conference speaker, having spoken at over 325 churches, camps, Christian schools and colleges covering forty-six states and twelve foreign countries. He has appeared on over 30 radio and television programs.

He is a visiting professor for Asia Baptist Bible Seminary (Manila, Philippines), Landmark Baptist College (Manila, Philippines), Midwestern Baptist College (Pontiac, Michigan), and Dayspring Bible College (Lake Zurich, Illinois).

Pastor Stringer serves on the Advisory Councils for First Light Baptist Mission, the Graceway Bible Society of Canada and the Dean Burgon Society.


Books and booklets

  • The Faithful Baptist Witness
  • The Transformation
  • Fifty Demonstrations of America’s Christian Heritage
  • The Bible and Government
  • The Culture War
  • The Real Story of King James I
  • Biblical English
  • The Means of Inspiration
  • A History of the English Bible
  • In Defense of I John 5:7
  • Misidentified Identity
  • Many Infallible Proofs
  • The Westcott and Hort Controversy
  • Verbal Preservation
  • Ready Answers and the DaVinci Code Controversy

He has also written several Christian school curriculums on such subjects as Baptist History, Current Events, U.S. History, U.S. Government, and U.S. Presidents.

He also speaks to Civic and Conservative groups on topics related to Current Events and America’s Christian Heritage.


1975 Bachelor of Science in Bible, Indiana Baptist College 1980 Master of Arts in Christian Education, Freedom University 1997 Doctor of Philosophy in English Bible, Landmark Baptist College 2004 Doctor of Religious Education, American Bible College

Honorary degrees

2002 Doctor of Divinity, Asia Baptist Bible College, Manila Doctor of Literature, American Baptist College

Ministry Experience

Youth Pastor, Evangelist, Bible College Professor and Administrator, Camp Director, and Pastor.


1975 Lifegate Baptist Church, Indianapolis, Indiana

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