Thoughts From My Reformed Self: Links to Review of The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard

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Since I really messed up that intro post let’s just start again.  Here are the links to all the review articles my friend, Cindy, has written thus far on Dallas Willard’s Divine Conspiracy.  Enjoy. 🙂

“The Divine Conspiracy” by Dallas Willard: A Chapter by Chapter Review — Introduction

What Happens When Philosophy Professors Write Theology Books

“The Divine Conspiracy” – Review Part 2 – When All Else Fails, Redefine Your Terms

“The Divine Conspiracy” by Dallas Willard — Review of Chapter 2: Gospels of Sin Management

A Primer on Pagan Theology as Preface to the Review of Chapter 3 of Dallas Willard’s “The Divine Conspiracy”

Panentheism meets Neo-Platonism With a Dash of Yoda – Part 2 of Chapter 3 Review: “The Divine Conspiracy” by Dallas Willard

And the rest to be continued this summer….stay tuned.


3 thoughts on “Thoughts From My Reformed Self: Links to Review of The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard

  1. Hey Girl! I should give you a heads up. These links are not going to work now. I let my URL expire. All you have to do, though, is add a “.wordpress” between my site name and the “.com” part and the links should work again then. 🙂 I hope things are going well for you. – Cindy

  2. Pingback: “Blame me, not yourself,” said the Divine Voice « power of language blog: partnering with reality by JR Fibonacci

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