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In Eternal Living, a new book reflecting on the life and teachings of Dallas Willard (who died in 2013), Richard Foster, his very good friend of forty years, writes, “ possessed in his person a spiritual formation into Christlikeness that was simply astonishing to all who were around him. 594 more words
Last night I was reading the Introduction to Kate Cooper and Julia Hillner’s volume, Religion, Dynasty, and Patronage in Early Christian Rome, 300-900, and learned one of the developments in Augustine scholarship of the 20th century was R A Markus’ work that presented a development in Augustine’s thinking in the 390s through the bishop of Hippo’s reading of St Paul. 614 more words
It’s been several months, readers! I apologize. It’s been a wild ride.
And really, it’s funny that my last post in September was about a DIY facial; the breakout I experienced at that time was due to a rush of progesterone, which was one of many biological clues (and one prove-it-all test) that led to this announcement to Boaz: 2,991 more words
I forget almost everything. Of all the hours/days/majority of my life spent reading books, watching films, hearing the news, listening to sermons and participating in Bible studies, and talking, talking, talking with people, I actually consciously remember a scarily tiny proportion of it. 675 more words
I received a review copy of Eternal Living: Reflections on Dallas Willard’s Teaching on Faith and Formation from IVP. I am under no obligation to give it a positive review. 535 more words