Welcome to the blog and personal website of Phil Gons.

About Me

I am

  1. a theologically conservative evangelical Christian who is committed to the essence of Reformed Protestantism,
  2. the providentially blessed husband of Shanna Nicole (Prigge) Gons and father of Elleana Eden Gons and Carsten Aiden Gons,
  3. a part of Spring Creek Bible Church,
  4. a PhD Theology (ABD) from Bob Jones University Seminary, and
  5. the Director of Marketing at Logos Bible Software.

All opinions expressed here are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of my church or employer.

Connect with Me

If you’d like to get in touch with me, you can contact me or connect with me elsewhere on the web:

  1. Twitter
  2. Facebook
  3. Google+
  4. Faithlife
  5. LinkedIn

About the Blog

I’ve been blogging since September 25, 2006—here since March 14, 2007. I write about biblical and theological things I’m pondering, books I’m reading, deals I come across, technology that interests me, among other things. I also occasionally post bibliographies of things I enjoy studying (e.g., Union with Christ).


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Affiliate Programs

I am also a part of several affiliate programs including Amazon.comWestminster Bookstore, and several others. By clicking those links and purchasing something, I receive a commission in the form of cash or store credit. If you’d like to become an affiliate, please contact me.

Product Reviews

Occasionally I review products. In those reviews, all opinions are my own. I am not required to give a favorable review. When I review a product I’ve received for free, I’ll specify that. If you’d like me to review your product, please contact me.

12 Responses to About

  1. David Shapiama July 29, 2007 at 10:03 pm #

    Hi, my friend, I would like to have more information in how to start my own web page. Can you give some tips, please.

    Hope to see you guys soon. The baby is almost 8 mo. old and just started to crawl.

    May the Lord keep blessing you.

    David and Silvia Shapiama

  2. Phil Gons August 3, 2007 at 12:41 pm #

    Hi, David,

    Nice to hear from you.

    I’d be happy to give you some pointers. What exactly did you have in mind? A blog? A place to put photos? Both? Both in one? Do you want free, or are you willing to pay a little? I pay $10/year for my domain name (PhilGons.com) and $6 per month for my web hosting with Host Monster, but we put our pictures at Google’s Picasa for free.

    If you want free, I’d suggest Blogger or WordPress and Picasa.

    If you want your own domain name, you could perhaps use our hosting.

    Let me know if you have questions!


  3. Robert Gonzales September 3, 2008 at 3:51 pm #


    Good to stumble across your blog. According to the info above, you’re still working on your dissertation. (I thought you’d already completed it.) Is the topic still a taxonomy of Protestant/Evangelical views of justification? Also, if I might ask an insider, how far away is Logos from the full Mac version? I noticed that the alpha is available, but I’m a little wary of the possible bugs.

    May the Lord bless your ministry with Logos!

    In Christ,
    Bob Gonzales

  4. Steven Long December 13, 2014 at 4:25 am #

    Hi Phil,

    Found your website through Logos. Some great material! I was wondering if there was a ‘subscribe’ link? Didn’t see one. I also went to BJU in 98-99, but was unable to graduate due to personal circumstances. Anyway, Great blog. Loving your articles about the Trinity :)


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