Divine Conspiracy (Hardcover)

    Divine Conspiracy (Hardcover)

    Dallas Willard
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    A renowned teacher and writer of the acclaimed The Spirit of the Disciplines, Dallas Willard, one of today's most brilliant Christian thinkers now offers a timely and challenging call back to the tru e meaning of Christian discipleship. In The Divine Conspiracy, Willard gracefully weaves biblical teaching, popular culture, science, scholarship, and spiritual practice into a tour de force that show s the necessity of profound changes in how we view our lives and faith. In an era when many Christians consider Jesus a beloved but remote saviour, Willard argues compellingly for the relevance of God to every aspect of our existence. Masterfully capturing the central insights of Christ's teachings in a fresh way for today's seekers, he helps us to explore a revolutionary way to experience God--by knowing Him as an essential part of the here and now, rather than only as a part of the hereafter.

    "The most telling thing about the contemporary Christian," Willard writes, "is that he or she ha s no compelling sense that understanding of and conformity with the clear teachings of Christ is of any vital importance to [their] life, and certainly not that it is in any way essential . . . Such o bedience is regarded as just out of the question or impossible." Christians, he says, for the most part consider the primary function of Christianity to be $^$A renowned teacher and writer of the acclaimed The Spirit of the Disciplines, Dallas Willard, one of today's most brilliant Christian thinkers now offers a timely and challenging call back to the tru e meaning of Christian discipleship. In The Divine Conspiracy, Willard gracefully weaves biblical teaching, popular culture, science, scholarship, and spiritual practice into a tour de force that show s the necessity of profound changes in how we view our lives and faith. In an era when many Christians consider Jesus a beloved but remote saviour, Willard argues compellingly for the relevance of God to every aspect of our existence. Masterfully capturing the central insights of Christ's teachings in a fresh way for today's seekers, he helps us to explore a revolutionary way to experience God--by knowing Him as an essential part of the here and now, rather than only as a part of the hereafter.

    ""The most telling thing about the contemporary Christian,"" Willard writes, ""is that he or she ha s no compelling sense that understanding of and conformity with the clear teachings of Christ is of any vital importance to [their] life, and certainly not that it is in any way essential . . . Such o bedience is regarded as just out of the question or impossible."" Christians, he says, for the most part consider the primary function of Christianity to be