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What does the disappearance of moral knowledge mean for our lives? What can we do about it?

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Dallas Willard spent his life making eternal living concrete for his friends. He encouraged us to use our own lives to demonstrate Jesus’s message. We must be transformed people living out a life reflective of Jesus himself, a life of love, humility, and gentleness. He leaves behind a legacy as friend, philosopher and reformer of the church.

Renovation of the Heart was first published in April 2002, and we are celebrating its 20-year anniversary with the release of a new edition. Visit Conversatio.org for free access to a video curriculum and leader's guide that will take you through the book chapter-by-chapter. Watch session 5 here as an example.


Christ-Centered Piety

"Piety" refers to the inward and outward states and acts that constitute a life of devotion--chiefly to God, but commonly extended to parents, as when we speak of "filial piety,"...

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How Concepts Relate the Mind to its Objects: The 'God's Eye View' Vindicated

What is it for an object to be "before" the mind in thought, or in consciousness generally? And how, exactly, are "concepts" necessarily involved in such a case? Everyone seems...

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Good Question, The

The good question is: It is often said that the soul is the seat of the emotions, the intellect, and the will, but science has identified the brain as involved...

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Review: A Critical Study of Husserl and Intentionality, by Ronald McIntyre and David Woodruff Smith

This remarkable book is one of the most significant studies in Husserl's philosophy to appear in recent decades. It is a major expression of a tendency in Husserl interpretation that...

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The true saint burns grace like a 747 burns fuel on takeoff.

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