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  • Publisher: Harperone; Unabridged edition (Jan. 25 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061336971
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061336973
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 14.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,568,740 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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Why has christianity, liberal AND evangelical, has lost it's christ? This reading, although dating back to a few decades, reminds Christians of their true Christ and invites non christians to consider him outside of rat-race religion.
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I may differ in some of my views from Mr Willard. but he puts paid to many traditional beliefs about God and what He is doing. We can all stand to be shaken out of our complacency.
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I had heard the name of this book dropped here and there, always seemingly with some special excitement that stuck in my mind. So when I saw it in the store I decided for some reason I needed it. Just one of those things where the Spirit leads and you don't know what's happened until later.
Dallas Willard's grasp of the Christian life as exposited by Christ himself, particularly in the Sermon on the Mount, is absolutely compelling. Willard mildly castigates both the theological Right and Left for, respectively, emphasizing saving faith alone in the Christian life as though how we live our lives on earth doesn't really make a difference, and preaching a 'social gospel' bereft of the spiritual or eternal significance that gives it its meaning or moral impetus. He then goes on to put forward a very vivid picture, using a wonderfully consistent and contextual view of Jesus' teachings, of what God intends for our lives here on earth. The author's treatment of the subject seems entirely original and unfettered by the various passing trends of thought that seem to color so many Christian books, and as such also sounds almost radical. But read it for what it is, and you'll find it to be as clear and natural an interpretation of Kingdom living as you'll ever hear.
I can hardly imagine a more welcome book for my own spiritual life, and expect it may be so for others too. I would put this book on a par with C.S. Lewis; perhaps even higher since Dallas Willard has crafted a work of not only intellect, but great applicability. This book seems like a life's work, and if so, then I'd have to say it certainly seems to have been worth it. It can be difficult, out of the deluge of Christian books out there, to pick one out as absolutely essential, but as far as I'm concerned this would definitely be such a one, and I ardently hope others find it too.
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Of all the books (with the exception of the Bible) I have read in the past two and a half years on the topics of Christianity, discipleship, and renewal this book-The Divine Conspiracy is the absolute best. Dallas Willard has clearly been gifted by God as both an author and teacher. He exhibits these gifts in this wonderful book. One cannot read this book and not be challenged. Discipleship is not for just the few. It is a demand on every Christian. We are not following the call of Christ if we do not heed the call to discipleship. Mr. Willard seeks (quite effectively) to lead us in this path. I beseech you ... wherever you are spiritually, get this book and then read it.
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Format: Hardcover
Dallas Willard gets you beyond mere conceptual Christianity. He shows you how to become a true follower and lover of Jesus, God in flesh, the most brilliant person to ever walk the face of the earth.
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By Ron on Jan. 28 2000
Format: Hardcover
Dr. Willard's work is stimulating for those who are willing tothink about their faith. His chapter on "The Gospel of SinManagement" is right on target. His discussion of the Sermon onthe Mount is different from anything I had considered before, but I could not agree with him more. Possibly those who claim his interpretation is incorrect have difficulty in letting go of their traditional and safe interpretations.
"The Divine Conspiracy" is not the easiest read. It is pretty deep. For the person who does not want to work through his insight, an easier read would be "The Life You've Always Wanted," or easier still, "Just Like Jesus.". END
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By Lenny on July 20 2014
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delivered on time with good quality. We use it in our bible study group.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Dixon on March 24 2003
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This book was recommended to me. If it was not, I probably wouldn't have made it through - for two reasons:
First, the beginning chapters deal with topics that I believe have been covered better by others. Secondly, the theology on the Beatitudes (Blessed is the...etc.) is inaccurate. His interpretation just doesn't fit the text. He is a philosopher, not a theologian, and it shows.
However, as the book progresses, it really improves. His emphasis on discipleship is right on. If you can get through the first half of the book, you will be rewarded. There are some great insights and challenges. It will make you really think about the life you are living and whether it really fits within God's will for you.
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