This book has same sobering advice regarding living out your Christian walk. Tough part is the narration is a little monotone, so it was hard for me to listen to.
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Dallas Willard is true thinker, a lover of the gospel, and a loving embracer of the true. I am on my third listen in a row. In this age where religious debate is nearly absurd (the selfish gene or aqua buddha) The Divine Conspiracy points us to a great and serious goal of God, to form His image in us. I loved hearing the author read the book in person.
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Great for those who want to get to know Jesus and God on another level. A personal level. this is a good book also for those just getting to know God and their purpose on this earth.
Dallas does a great job summarizing the unabridged version of the same title. Great as a refresher if you've read the original title or if you have limited time and just want Dallas' key thoughts on this subject.
Great presentation of how God's kingdom, the kingdom He has entrusted to you, and His reality all function now and into eternity is presented.
Wonderfully presented, uniquely rich. Not to be heard by a hurried heart or a mind seeking easily accessed entertainment.
It was a good book, but some authors should NOT read their own book. Dallas has an even tone/reading style that didn't capture and keep my attention. The writing style of the book was more like reading classic literature...not as clear or direct as I would have preferred.
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