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Blind Science vs. Blind Faith: Some Thoughts on Breaking the Deadlock

Students in our colleges and universities live constantly in a tension between two authority systems: one more or less vaguely associated with science and the other with religion. Both systems are “blind” in the sense that the edicts they impose on thought and behavior are never, for the vast majority...

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Call to Think for God, The

When I was approached last December about the possibility of bringing this commencement address, it was because of the thought, or hope, that I might be able to cast light on the problem of how to balance the intellectual life with the spiritual life. I work as a professor of...

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Truth: Can We Do Without It?

"Truth in the Academy: Can We Really Do Without It?" You might be surprised at the suggestion that we might do without it. But while the word "truth" is featured on various buildings, public and private, it is little honored in the academy. On my philosophy building at USC is...

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Downsizing Sin

This article is published at Leadership Christianity Today

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Knowing Christ Today

This book deals with the disastrous effects of divorcing the teachings of Jesus Christ and his people from the domain of human knowledge. Its aim is to reposition the substantial teachings of Christianity as a body of knowledge in the contemporary world. In the process it explains what knowledge is...

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Philosophy of Arithmetic

This is Dr. Willard's translation of Edmund Husserl's first book, which provides a carefully worked out account of number as a categorial or formal feature of the objective world, and of arithmetic as a symbolic technique for mastering the infinite field of numbers for knowledge.

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Living in Christ's Presence

Dallas teamed up with John Ortberg in February 2013 for the Dallas Willard Center's inaugural conference in Santa Barbara, California. John and Dallas have been ministry partners for decades, which was quite evident as they taught together and shared insights into living more fully in the presence of Christ daily.

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Fellowship and Study Group in Santa Cruz, CA

Discipleship meetings using material from Dallas Willard books.

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The Allure of Gentleness

This free 30 minute weekly Zoominar of interactive teaching through The Allure of Gentleness, includes a 20-page study guide (PDF) with links to related Willard teaching. Hosted by Doug Webster of Jesus College on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

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