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Considering Washed and Waiting

The controversy over the Revoice Conference is producing plenty of heat. For me it is a frustrating conversation because of the heightened emotions, quotes that may or may not be taken out of context, a lack of civility and the presence of shibboleths. 1,831 more words

The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge

I spied this soon to be released volume of Willard’s just today: The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge. I’m a big fan of Willard’s. I don’t mind forking over hard-earned cash to get an exceptional volume, but at $152.00 (I’m not linking to the Amazon page – Why?), I’ll have to admire this book from the very distant margins of those who haven’t read it and can only suppose it’s exceptional rather than from within its pages. 287 more words

Magnum Opus

I feel a sense of connection to great artists when I view their work.

I feel an even deeper sense of connection to the ultimate Artist when I view… 89 more words

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God's Grace, Our Fight

What is the family for?  Why does it exist?  Is it to provide a sense of belonging and safety to each individual member?  Or is its purpose merely biological–as in the purpose of the family system is to ensure the survival of the human species?  1,999 more words


Life Without Lack, by Dallas Willard

Life Without Lack is a bit different, as it is not so much a book as an adaptation from a series of teaching sessions done by Dallas Willard, at Valley Vista Christian Community, in Van Nuys, California, in 1991. 328 more words


Your Fifteen Minutes of Fame

He has made everything beautiful in its time.  Also, He has put eternity into man’s heart, yet so that he cannot find out what God has done from the beginning to the end…I perceived that whatever God does endures forever, nothing can be added to it, nor anything taken from it.   907 more words


Becoming Dallas Willard (Review)

The first Dallas Willard book I read was The Divine Conspiracy, which is a great title for a book. Saying there is a “divine conspiracy” afoot makes potential readers curious, like there is something about Christianity that this book will tell you even if you grew up in church.  1,064 more words

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