First published in 1998, The Divine Conspiracy captured the attention of Christians across the world, by offering a timely and challenging call back to the true meaning of Christian discipleship. Gracefully weaving biblical teaching, popular culture, science and scholarship together, Dallas Willard refuted the view that Christianity is solely ...Read MoreFirst published in 1998, The Divine Conspiracy captured the attention of Christians across the world, by offering a timely and challenging call back to the true meaning of Christian discipleship. Gracefully weaving biblical teaching, popular culture, science and scholarship together, Dallas Willard refuted the view that Christianity is solely about gaining admittance to heaven when we die, and taught that, as disciples, we have access now to the life of the kingdom. Equally relevant today as it was on publication, The Divine Conspiracy challenges us to step aside from the pieties of contemporary Christian practice and offers instead a practical plan by which we can become Christ-like. Truly, it has earned its reputation as a modern Christian classic.Read Less
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This is one of the best works I have ever read on understanding the teachings of Jesus. I especially liked that Willard made it clear that Jesus was not just focusing on the afterlife but that our lives can be radically changed in every respect. I wish I had read this when I was thirteen instead of Bertrand Russell's "Why I Am Not A Christian." Would have been a lot more helpful and would have spared me many years of grief.
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