I know of no more important voice on spiritual truth in our day than that of Dallas Willard. To be able to receive fresh words from him along with Gary Black on the reality of the kingdom in our midst is a priceless gift to every follower of Jesus.
John Ortberg, author of Who Is This Man?
I welcome the publication of The Divine Conspiracy Continued. Gary Black, working on this project with Dallas Willard right up until Dallas’s death, helps to expand and enrich the themes that moved us so deeply in The Divine Conspiracy.
Richard J. Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline
Willard and Black have given us a prophetic writing, so bold that if embraced and embodied might just produce a Christian community that actually is ‘salt and light’ to a world in desperate need of it!”
Keith J. Matthews, Azusa Pacific University
The name 'Dallas Willard' is one you hear a lot in our house. He’s somewhere between a family member and a saint to us, as we’ve been so deeply, totally shaped by his words and ideas. We feel like we knew him, even though we didn’t. We’ve read and reread his words, reminded each other of one line or another a thousand times, because when isn’t the right time for a line from Dallas Willard, really? Gary feels the same way we do…except that he actually knew the man, which makes us jealous. What’s so deeply special about this book is that Gary’s respect and love for his friend and mentor shines through every page, but never stands in the way of Dallas’ extraordinary wisdom. I’m so thankful for this beautiful book.
Shauna Niequist, Author of Bread & Wine
I will return to [this book’s] teachings again and again. May the Kingdom come!
Joseph Maciariello, Claremont Graduate University
A fantastic book . . . a grand masterpiece for how to pursue and embrace personal transformation in order to be God’s transforming agents in the world. These pages are filled with the great themes that call us to pursue and embrace the with-God life that is life indeed.”
Gayle Beebe, President, Westmont College
Good, new, surprising, and challenging ideas at every turn.
Robert F. Cochran, Jr., Pepperdine University School of Law
For those of us who desire to influence the culture in a distinctively Christian way,this is must reading.
JP Moreland, author of The Kingdom Triangle
The Divine Conspiracy shaped an entire generation. In The Divine Conspiracy Continued, Dallas Willard and Gary Black Jr. have turned their attention to leadersbecoming Christ-like disciples instead of institutionalized church members, . . .reshaping our thinking at an even wider and deeper level.
Scot McKnight, Professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary