Vintage recordings of Dallas like the one below and many, many more on Conversatio are the work of our curator and Willard researcher, Michael Stewart Robb, who, among other things, tries to meet everyone in the world who possesses a Dallas Willard cassette tape. Mike is also a Christian educator, a theologian, and a writer. He’s got a PhD in Dallas Willard—really—from the University of Aberdeen!
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Michael Stewart Robb, based in Munich, Germany, calls himself a writer and “public nuisance” for the church in Europe. Having moved from Ohio in 2004, he might even, depending on the day, call himself a missionary. As a writer, he is at work on a book about spiritual life in the city. And look for his forthcoming academic book, tentatively titled The Kingdom Among Us: Jesus, His Disciples and the Gospel according to Dallas Willard, to be published with Fortress Press.
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It is the mid-80’s and Dallas Willard’s teaching is starting to sound more and more like what he became known for in his later life. This series hits on eight topics which, says Dallas, ought to be a natural part of being saved.