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The Great Omission
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The last command Jesus gave before ascending to heaven was the Great Commission, the call for Christians to “make disciples of all the nations.” But Christians, instead of making disciples, have merely made more Christians. This, according to acclaimed author and renowned Christian thinker Dallas Willard, has been the church’s “Great Omission.”In The Great Omission, Willard argues that we cannot be Christians without being disciples, and that, if we want to call ourselves Christians, we must do our best to make life on earth more closely resemble the Kingdom of God. He calls on believers to restore what should be at the heart of Christianity – being active disciples of Jesus Christ. Willard encourages us to rise above traditional thinking and embrace the true meaning of discipleship – an active, involved, 24/7 life with Jesus. Dallas Willard is a professor at the University of Southern California’s School of Philosophy and has held visiting appointments at UCLA and the University of Colorado. His groundbreaking books The Divine Conspiracy and The Spirit of the Disciplines forever changed the way thousands of Christians experience their faith. “Another classic from the pen of this remarkable writer. Incisive and insightful, this book issues a compelling call for the rediscovery and renewal of Christian discipleship.” – Alister E. McGrath, Professor of Historical Theology, Oxford University
|Publication Date||Oct 12, 2009|