Item description for Dallas Willard's Study Guide to The Divine Conspiracy by Jan Johnson, Keith Matthews & Dallas Willard...
Overview In his bestselling "The Divine Conspiracy", Willard mapped out a transformational path for Christians to experience and know God as part of the here and now. Now this reader's guide provides a series of brief essays that expand on the discussion begun in the original book.
Publishers Description In his best-selling The Divine Conspiracy, Dallas Willard mapped out a transformational path for Christians to experience and know God as part of the here and now rather than as only part of the hereafter. Modelled after the successful Richard Foster's Study Guide for Celebration of Discipline, this reader's guide provides a series of brief, incisive essays that expand the discussion begun in The Divine Conspiracy, focusing and clarifying key issues and encouraging a fuller understanding of Christian discipleship. Readers will be challenged to move beyond a mere reading of The Divine Conspiracy to greater spiritual learning and growth.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Apr 10, 2001
Publisher Harper Collins Publishers
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 0060641002 ISBN13 9780060641009
Availability 0 units.
More About Jan Johnson, Keith Matthews & Dallas Willard
Jan Johnson is the author of several books, including Enjoying the Presence of God, Creating a Safe Place, and Listening to God. She has published nearly a thousand magazine articles in a variety of magazines, including Woman s Day, Parenting, Discipleship Journal, Christianity Today, Focus on the Family, WorldVision, and Weavings. Jan, who lives in Southern California, is also a frequent retreat and conference speaker."
Jan Johnson currently resides in Simi, in the state of California. Jan Johnson was born in 1947.
Reviews - What do customers think about Dallas Willard's Study Guide to The Divine Conspiracy?
Very Helpful May 11, 2006
I guess I'm just not as smart as the previous reviewer. He is correct in saying that some of Willard's ideas are complex and provocative, but I disagree that this study guide is "insultingly immature." I found it to be very helpful in clarifying many of the more difficult early passages in the book. Like all good study guides it doesn't think for the reader, but assists him in thinking for himself. A highly recommended aid to a highly recommended book.
Oops! Apr 25, 2006
If you are smart enough to read and understand the complex ideas that Willard presents -- and some of them are quite provocative -- then you don't need this study guide. It is almost insultingly immature. A group or individual is really missing out on the depth of this fabulous book by using this study guide.