Dallas Willard

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Willard in September 2008

Dallas Albert Willard (September 4, 1935 – May 8, 2013) was an American philosopher also known for his writings on Christian spiritual formation. His work in philosophy has been primarily in phenomenology, particularly the work of Edmund Husserl. He was Professor of Philosophy at The University of Southern California.[1]

Willard was born on September 4, 1935 in Buffalo, Missouri. He studied at the William Jewell College, at the Tennessee Temple College, at Baylor University, and at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Willard died on May 8, 2013, after a short battle with cancer in Pasadena, California, aged 77.[2] His last words were "Thank you." [3]

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  1. http://dornsife.usc.edu/cf/faculty-and-staff/faculty.cfm?pid=1003820
  2. "ChristianityToday.com". ChristianityToday.com.
  3. "Martin Institute for Christianity & Culture". Westmont College.

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