Areopagus Forum


The Life and Legacy of Dallas Willard
A special Areopagus presentation by

Gary Moon

Christian psychologist, director of the Renovaré International Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation, and author of “Becoming Dallas Willard: The Formation of a Philosopher, Teacher, and Christ-Follower.”


Throughout his life Dallas Willard was an inspiration to many Christians and a personal mentor to many prominent pastors and scholars including John Ortberg, Richard Foster, and J. P. Moreland. As a result of these relationships and the books he wrote, Willard fundamentally altered the way many Christians understood and experienced wholistic disciplehship. All who knew him were impressed by his calm and confident demeanor, his wisdom, and his Christ-centered spirituality.


But Willard was not always a man who lived on a higher plane of reality, and his journey through life was not an easy one. As Gary Moon relates, Willard’s life deserves attention because he became a person who experienced authentic spiritual transformation in his life and character – and in the process became a true model for Christian maturity.


When: Thursday, March 21, at 7:30 PM

Where: Perimeter Church / Midtown Auditorium

Cost: $5 students | $10 adults | $15 per couple

The Areopagus Forum series features lectures, debates and other presentations by outstanding Christian scholars, thinkers and activists, along with reviews and critiques of significant books and films. Forums often include a formal presentation and an extended Q&A session, and offer Christians a unique opportunity to interact with some of the great minds in contemporary Christianity.


Areopagus Forums cover a wide range of topics including current events, history, science, apologetics, significant books and films, cultural and religious trends, and other issues in contemporary life that informed Christians should know.