Philip is 79 years old and retired from public school teaching and the USNR. He has published five novels and a two shorter works. He and his wife, Grace, have five children, sixteen grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. They live in southern Alabama and enjoy reading and traveling.
Philip loves fly fishing, reading, model trains and growing roses. His newest love is writing and he publishes a blog five days a week in addition to his series of novels about Robert H. and Tisza.
Philip is currently working on the fifth book of the series.
A coming of age story about a young airman who travels back and forth across the USA on his thumb. A Walter Mitty type story filled with interesting characters and events. Placed in a time when military people found it easy to catch a ride our hero seems to find himself riding with people who are not necessarily average Joes. There is some real among the fiction but hard to find.
The book of Ephesians has baffled scholars, let alone lay people, for years. In this brand new commentary, the author offers a fresh perspective on this often overlooked scripture and discuss issues that pertain to challenges in today's contemporary church.
The commentary can help ministers with sermon material, Bible class teachers seeking new ideas, or as a devotional for personal devotional
How many wise men were there and where did they come from? What did Mary's mother say when she heard the news? Lots of questions but no answers in the Biblical text. Philip Dampier sets out to offer some reasonable answers in this wonderful Christmas story. A work of fiction done with love. Great gift for family and friends. Follows Matthew's and Luke's accounts.