Item description for Women and Children First: The Extraordinary Legend, Legacy and Lessons of the R.M.S. Titanic (Vision Forum Family Renewal Tape) by Douglas W. Phillips & Dougals Phillips...
Overview Polls indicate that the typical high school male laughs at the idea of giving up his seat on a lifeboat to help a woman or child. In a society that promotes "survival of the fittest," aborts its young, and thrives on androgyny, this should not surprise us, but it should grieve our hearts. This is why we must tell the story of the men of the Titanic, their remarkable sacrifice, and the legacy of heroism which they inspired. Forget about the Hollywood movie, the true story of the R.M.S Titanic is far more inspiring. A goal of this tape is to encourage your sons to honor their mothers and protect their sisters.
Publishers Description In this compelling message, Doug Phillips tells the true story of the men on board the Titanic who gave their lives in honor of the all-but-forgotten principle: women and children first.
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Format: Audiobook, Unabridged
Studio: The Vision Forum, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.02" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Release Date Jul 25, 2004
Publisher The Vision Forum, Inc.
Series Vision Forum Family Renewal Tape
ISBN 1929241712 ISBN13 9781929241712
Availability 0 units.
More About Douglas W. Phillips & Dougals Phillips
Doug Phillips is the president of The Vision Forum, Inc., a San Antonio based work dedicated to promoting the restoration of the Christian home. Doug also serves as adjunct professor of apologetics for the Institute for Creation Research. He is a published author and a constitutional attorney who served for six years with the Home School Legal Defense Association. His most important role is as husband to Beall and father to six children.
Douglas W. Phillips currently resides in San Antonio. Douglas W. Phillips was born in 1965.