*A new edition of an IVP classic
His work is a solid reminder of our need for a holistic approach to our walk with our God.
Stott lays out how God's revelation is primarily to our minds, that it is through knowledge of God and God's will that we are to obey, and that we will be judged.
Thus the importance of a book that Biblically addresses the relevance of the Christian mind should be clear to many.
It was in excellent condition and helped me to write my term paper.Published 1 month ago by Miriam Warmbier
Idiscovered John RW Stott back in the 1960's while in The Divinity School at Dukr Univ. I was so taken by his clear presentation of the Christian Gospel that it was the resource... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Rush
This is a call to get us to exercise our minds profitably. The mind is an unrealized gift from God that, today, is waisted on the mundane and given over to thoughts and events... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Duane
Honestly I was expecting a book focusing on the lack of Christians thinking like Jesus, rather than simply emotionally thinking about Jesus. Stott does not. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alan Ludwick
A lot of "love God with your mind" books try to lay some kind of all-around intellectual burden on Christians, telling us we all need to be driven by intellectual pursuit. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Rev. Dummy Gladhands
This is a defense of rational disciplined use of the mind in addressing issues of Faith in orthodox Christian doctrine. Read morePublished on November 17, 2011 by thomas j. zwemer
The picture is clear and so are the expectations of those following Christ.
Stott does a beautiful job at offering Scriptural support for the need and use of our minds as... Read more