Patriarch (magazine)

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Patriarch was a magazine published from 1993 to 2004 by Philip H. Lancaster; the magazine was a self-published, bimonthly, subscription-based periodical. Mr. Lancaster was a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) in which he was ordained in 1977, he left the PCA in 1996 since he had been serving for years in a non-Presbyterian church. He had founded Immanuel Family Fellowship in St. Louis, Missouri in 1990, a "family-integrated church" consisting almost entirely of homeschooling families, he also served as a chaplain in the United States Army Reserve from 1981 to 1994. Patriarch was published from the Lancaster home, first in Arnold, Missouri (1993-94); then in Rolla, Missouri (1994-1998), and finally in Willis, Virginia (1998-2004); the magazine's mission was to promote a "Christ-like manhood" that is "neither tyrannical or wimpy" and a "home-centered lifestyle." The magazine promoted homeschooling, and Biblical patriarchy.[1]

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  1. ^ Charles Reagan Wilson; Mark Silk (2005). Religion and public life in the South : in the evangelical mode. Walnut Creek, [Calif.]: AltaMira Press. p. 106. ISBN 0-7591-0635-5.

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