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I want to talk to you today about Husserl’s explanation of how naturalism, as a general account of reality and therefore of knowledge (which is of course is one part of reality), makes knowledge of knowledge impossible, and thereby destroys the possibility of a rational moral substance for individuals and...
Confidence in Jesus himself, an awareness that he truly is the Master of the Universe and knows with absolute clarity what is real, good and right, draws us to him as Savior, Lord and Teacher, all in One. That is whole-life faith in Christ. It naturally leads us into longing...
There is an inherent phenomenological tendency in British moral theory, especially from JOHN LOCKE onward. The purpose of his Essay was, he said, to consider the discerning faculties of a man, as they are employed about the objects which they have to do with. This is language that might serve...
Evangelical Christianity in the United States is currently in a dramatic state of change. In The Theology of Dallas Willard, Gary Black Jr documents Dallas's desire to call evangelicals back to the heart of the gospel revealed in Christ as he is witnessed in the Gospels.
Dallas Willard and Gary Black Jr discuss questions of if there is an intermediate heavenly state before the final resurrection, if there is work for us to do in heaven, and if we will continue to learn and grow and even increase in personal character formation following our bodily death.
This free 30 minute weekly Zoom webinar of interactive teaching is based on a 3-part series Dallas presented at a Baylor University retreat for church staff. A 33-page study guide (PDF) is included. Hosted by Doug Webster of Jesus College. Three group studies are being offered on Thursdays at 8:0...
Date: April 22 - May 27, 2021
This two-year experience of becoming more like Jesus is a program of intensive study for highly motivated individuals who are looking for something not fully provided by either seminary education or local church life. Includes four 7-day sessions of residential teaching.
Date: Begins Each Fall Semester, Registration Deadline is February 1