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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.

In "What the Spiritual Disciplines Are," Dallas helps us understand our part in spiritual formation, and practical steps we can take to enter into the teachings of Jesus and make them a part of our lives in the way that God intended them to be, not as external legalisms but rather as expressions of the kind of person that we have become.


How Reason Can Survive The Modern University: The Moral Foundations Of Rationality

When I speak of reason surviving the modern university, I refer to reason as a living, social practice. Reason as a human faculty or as a mental function, and all...

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Materialism & Personality OR: What Physics Can't Do

I need to enter two preliminary clarifications:

One is that in speaking of what physics can't do I am by no means intending to criticize physics, which as a field...

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Who Needs Brentano? The Wasteland of Philosophy Without its Past

In the volume of studies which forms the immediate background for this conference1, we read of "the oblivion into which the figure and thought of Brentano have fallen," and of...

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University’s Responsibility for Moral Guidance, The

In his "President’s Report" for 1986-1989, Derek Bok, then President of Harvard University, made reference to some current, well-known moral failures in financial circles and in the political life of...

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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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