Tribute to Dewi Z. Phillips

Horn, Patrick
February 2008
International Journal for Philosophy of Religion;Feb2008, Vol. 63 Issue 1-3, p147
Academic Journal
The article presents a tribute to Dewi Z. Phillips, professor at the School of Religion at Claremont Graduate University. The author relates that Phillips is deeply admired and respected by hundreds of students as well as his fellow faculty because of his dedication to work. The author believes that several people would terribly miss his extraordinary capacity for friendship and to offer a sympathetic voice of encouragement to a troubled friend. Moreover, it cites that Phillips influence will increase to a spiritual level for students, colleagues and friends in Claremont, California.


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