Philos Project

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The Philos Project is a Christian Zionist organisation based in New York. On its website it provides the following description of its mission:

The Philos Project seeks to promote positive Christian engagement in the Middle East by
  • Proclaiming friendship with those in the region who support liberty and justice for all peoples,
  • Reviving an intellectually rigorous Christian approach to foreign policy, especially as it relates to the Middle East;
  • Educating Christians on the theological, historical, and political issues surrounding Israel and the Jewish people; and
  • Empowering the church to advocate for real peace in tangible ways.[1]

Several staff and board members of the project are also members of the Institute on Religion and Democracy.

Finances and Funding

The Paul E. Singer Foundation is a 'core funder' of the Philos Project.[2] Dan Senor, one of the directors of the Philos Project is also a director of the Paul E. Singer Foundation.


Board of Directors circa May 2015

Richard Land | Mark Tooley | Dan Senor


Robert Nicholson (Executive Director) | Luke Moon (Deputy Director) | Jesse Rojo (Constituent Relations Director) | Jessica Owen Payne (Media Director) | Nicole Manalo (Office Manager) | Juliana Taimoorazy (Philos Fellow) | Lela Gilbert (Lead Blog Contributor)

Contributing Writers

Andrew Harrod | Dexter Van Zile | Dr. Earl Tilford | Dr. Gerald McDermott | Dr. Richard Land | Erin Rodewald | Faith J. H. McDonnell | Jesse Rojo | Jessie Owen Payne | Jim Fletcher | Joseph Weissman | Joyclynn Potter | Juliana Taimoorazy | Lela Gilbert | Luke Moon | Mark Tooley | Michael Hamilton | Nicole Manalo | Nilsa Alvarez | Robert Nicholson | Steven Ilchishin | Thomas Reed | William Marshall | Zubair Simonson


Address circa May 2015:

79 Madison Ave,
Seventh Floor
New York,
NY 10016


  1. Philos Project Website About. Accessed 28 May 2015.
  2. Jewish Funders Network International Conference Website Paul E. Singer Foundation. Accessed 28 May 2015.