Dallas Willard spent his life making eternal living concrete for his friends. He encouraged us to use our own lives to demonstrate Jesus’s message. We must be transformed people living out a life reflective of Jesus himself, a life of love, humility, and gentleness. He leaves behind a legacy as friend, philosopher and reformer of the church.


The Willard family is pleased to be in partnership with Dallas Willard Ministries as we further our efforts to share what we’ve learned from Dallas. DWM's mission is to equip people to live in a daily interactive relationship with God through a fresh hearing of Jesus’ life and teachings. [Learn More]


Subversive Interview - Part 1

In Part-One of this three-part interview, Relevant Magazine’s Keith Giles speaks candidly with Dr. Willard about the two opposing theologies of atonement-centered Christianity and disciple-making Christianity, and the state of modern Christianity today.

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Language, Being, God, and the Three Stages of Theistic Evidence

Originally published in Does God Exist?: The Debate Between Theists & Atheists, edd. Moreland and Nielsen, a collection from Thomas Nelson Publishers, p 197-217. Reprinted in R. D. Geivett and Brendan Sweetman, edd., Contemporary Perspectives on Religious Epistemology, New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.

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Afterword: Room of Marvels

From Room of Marvels, by James Bryan Smith.  B&H Fiction, 2003.
Also published as chapter 20 of The Great Omission.

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Happy Graduation from Amoral University: Professor Willard’s Advice to Graduates

As USC's class of 2005 approached commencement, one graduate interviewed Dr. Willard about truth, morality and the modern university. Julia Thompson, To The Source, May 2005.

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Place your cares in God's hands, tell him what you’re hoping for, and then watch for how the hand of God works through the day.


Disappearance of Moral Knowledge


Life Without Lack


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