Remembrances of Dallas Willard

As readers no doubt know, Dallas Willard passed into the larger life on May 8, 2013. Here are a collection of links to notices and remembrances from around the web. Feel free to add others in the comments.

Updated:

J. P. Moreland recounts what he learned from Willard.

Read Matthew Anderson’s reflection on Willard at Relevant: How Dallas Willard Changed American Christianity.

Read Joe Gorra’s account of Willard’s life and teaching at the EPS blog. Stay tuned to the EPS blog over the next few months for extended reflections Willard by those who studied under him at USC.

Alan Falding (Notes from an Unhurried Life) writes on Willard and blessing.

Michael Robb (God & Numbers): Dallas Willard, God’s Evangelist.

Remembering Willard’s teaching that God doesn’t mumble.

From the Catholic law blog, Mirror of Justice, Thomas Berg shares some of the ways Willard served the Christian legal community.

Tom Nelson (The Gospel Coalition) tells of Willard’s radiant life and death.

 

From earlier today:

The CT announcement of Willard’s passing.

From John Ortberg, on Dallas Willard as a man from another “time zone”: “I think that, when I die, it might be some time until I know it.”

From a 2006 CT profile by Christine A. Scheller

From Richard Foster, on how Willard befriended a rookie pastor.

Wesley Hill’s appreciation in FT.

A collection of Willard quotations from Walt Mueller.

A eulogy from Michael Hildalgo.

From Tim Suttle at Paperback Theology.

From Joe Thackwell at the Emerging Scholars Blog.

One of Bill Heatley’s Facebook comments near the end of Willard’s life on earth.

From Tim Clinton, president of the American Association of Christian Counselors.

A notice at the Dallas Willard Center for Spiritual Formation at Westmont College.

The online forum of the Dallas Willard Center for Spiritual Formation is open for those who wish to post their reflection’s on Willard’s life and teaching. There is also a memorial guestbook.