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Foreword: Room of Marvels

Of all the tests that fray the confidence and nerves of Christians, the most difficult to bear is undoubtedly the death of loved ones. A legitimate part of the pain is simply parting. The fact that I now can no longer pick up the phone and talk to my sister...

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Preface: Painting as a Pastime

Battered and torn by disastrous turns of events in government service, Churchill sought relief from the pain of dashed hopes and public humiliation through experimentation with the art of painting. This opened to him an unsuspected world of vitality, order, and beauty. He discovered that the medium of line, shape...

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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 his current "invisibility." (pp. xv, 9, etc.) I believe Brentano to be someone of great philosophical value in his own...

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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 the nation. He wondered what universities might do to strengthen moral character in their graduates. "Religious institutions," he remarked, "no...

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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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Early Writings in the Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics

Dr Willard translated this book by Edmund Husserl, giving the English reader access to nearly all of the shorter philosophical texts (published or unpublished) produced by Edmund Husserl between the appearances of his first two books; roughly, from 1890 through 1901.

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Hearing God

How do we hear God's voice? How can we be sure that what we think we hear is not our own subconscious? What if what God says to us is not clear? Being close to God means communicating with him, and this communication is a two-way street.

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The Genius of Jesus

Who is the smartest person you know, with the best answers to life’s most important questions? The answer is Jesus, of course! Hear what Dallas has to say about the genius of Jesus in 4 free 30-minute weekly Zoom webinars of interactive teaching, hosted by Doug Webster of Jesus College...

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Life Without Lack Webinar

Psalm 23:1, "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want" is the source of the title of Life Without Lack. In these free 30-minute weekly Zoom webinars, Doug Webster guides us through Dallas's teaching about how to live in the fullness of Psalm 23. Two study sessions are being...

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