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What does the disappearance of moral knowledge mean for our lives? It means the loss of moral guidance concerning good and evil, praiseworthy and blameworthy actions and characters, honorable and dishonorable lives and institutions—both for the individual trying to find his or her way and for groups trying to live together in the way that is best. Without moral knowledge, individual and group life is left to drift at the behest of desire, force, and chance.
- Dallas Willard, The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge, p. 347Read More
From Mel Gibson's 'Passion' and Philosophy: The Cross, the Questions, the Controversy, Ed. Jorge Gracia, Open Court Publishers, 2004. In this collection of essays, 20 philosophers with widely varying religious and philosophical backgrounds examine important issues raised by Mel Gibson's film, The Passion of the Christ.Read More
Continuing the Work of Dallas Willard: March 2019 UpdateRead More
This paper was written in February 2007.Read More
Sometimes we get caught up in trying to glorify God by praising what He can do and we lose sight of the practical point of what He actually does do.
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