Douglas James Wilson was born on 18 June 1953 in University of Idaho. Douglas Wilson is the Minister of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho which is a member of the communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches (CREC). Douglas Wilson (theologian), better known by the family name Douglas James Wilson, is a popular Theologian. Wilson is well known for his controversial work Southern Slavery, As It was, which he co-authored with league of the South Co-founder Steve Wilkins. He is also featured in the documentary film Collision documenting his debates with anti-theist Christopher Hitchens on their promotional tour for the book Is Christianity Good for the World? He has been described as a “Calvinist Firebrand”.
|Name||Douglas Wilson (theologian)|
|First Name||Douglas Wilson|
|Full Name||Douglas James Wilson|
|Date of birth||18 June, 1953|
|Birth place||University of Idaho|
|Mother||Tammy Faye Messner|
Net worth –
Douglas Wilson (theologian)’s primary income source is Theologian.
|Net worth||$ 1 Million to $ 5 Million approx|
Personal Life –
Wilson is married to Nancy Wilson and has three children, N.D. Wilson, Rachel Jankovic and Rebekah Merkle, as well as 17 grandchildren.
Early Life and Education –
Wilson earned a BA in classical studies and a BA and an MA in philosophy from the University of Idaho. In addition to his role as pastor of Christ Church, he is a founder and Senior Fellow in Theology at New Saint Andrews College, founder and editor of Credenda/ Agenda magazine, and founder of Greyfriars Hall, a three-year ministerial training program. He also serves on the governing boards of New Saint Andrews, Logos School (a Christian private school), and the Association of Classical and Christian Schools. Wilson was instrumental in forming the communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches.
- Wilson is the publisher of and a contributor to the Reformed cultural and theological journal Credenda/ Agenda, and is a former contributor to Tabletalk, the magazine published by R.C. Sproul’s Ligonier Ministries. He has published a number of books on culture and theology, several Children’s books, and a collection of poetry.
- Wilson has been a prominent advocate for classical Christian education, and he laid out his vision for education in several books and pamphlets, especially in Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning and The Case for Classical Christian Education. The model has been adopted by a number of Christian private schools and homeschoolers.
- Wilson and his wife have also written a number of books on family issues based on their understanding of the Bible, including Reforming Marriage Federal Husband, Her Hand in Marriage (on biblical courtship), standing on the Promises. A Handbook of Biblical Child Rearing, and Future Men.
- Wilson has written on theological subjects in books such as Mother Kirk: Essays and Farays in Practical Ecclesiology, To a Thousand Generations on infant baptism, and “Reformed” Is Not Enough: Recovering the Objectivity of the Covenant. He has also been a noted advocate for Van Tillian presuppositional apologetics and postmillennialism.
- Wilson’s views on covenant theology as espoused in “Reformed” Is Not Enough and in his contribution to The Federal Vision have caused some controversy as part of the federal vision and theology, partly because of its similarity to the New perspective on Paul, which Wilson does not fully endorse, though he has praised some tenets that are in line with his theology.
- Wilson’s most controversial work is probably his pamphlet Southern Slavery, As It was, which he wrote along with league of the Siu Co-founder and fellow Christian minister Steve Wilkins.
Douglas Wilson Social Profile
Some analysis relating to the challenge present by the Coates affair. https://t.co/Hfu9yjXq4B— Douglas Wilson (@douglaswils) April 12, 2021
Douglas Wilson Inspirational & Motivational Quotes
- I’m opinionated. I always stick to my design plan. I don’t waver. – Douglas Wilson
- Being in the design industry, I’ve tended to meet more people who are affected by HIV and AIDS. – Douglas Wilson
- Use plants to bring life. – Douglas Wilson
- Yeah, I spent about 20 years in a dorm room. It took me a while to graduate. – Douglas Wilson
- What people respond to in my room makeovers is the daring design – fearless colors, bold fabrics and occasionally outlandish decor. – Douglas Wilson
- A challenge always is good. Normal design does not come under the constraints of a small budget and time frame. But it has helped me to make quick and knowledgeable decisions. – Douglas Wilson
- In two days, it’s hard to to get the quality you would normally want for a design project. – Douglas Wilson