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.
When you go to Assisi, you will find many people who talk a great deal about St. Francis, many monuments to him, and many businesses thriving by selling memorabilia of...
Dallas was honored to write a foreword in 2010 for a new edition of this book (first published in 1896) that had been so helpful him in his own spiritual growth.
In this paper I explain why, contrary to a widespread assumption, Edmund Husserl never became an Idealist with reference to physical objects and the natural world. This may be seen...
Spiritual disciplines do not dispense with grace; they accentuate, mobilize and potentialize grace. Grace and discipline are not exclusive, but complimentary.
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