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Loving God with All Your Mind: Thinking as a Christian in the Postmodern World Paperback – October 7, 2003
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About the Author
Gene Edward Veith (PhD, University of Kansas) serves as the provost and professor of literature at Patrick Henry College, where he also oversees both academic affairs and student affairs. He previously worked as the culture editor of World magazine. Veith and his wife, Jackquelyn, have three grown children and seven grandchildren.
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Let me also say that I think this is an outstanding book for any Christian who wants to understand the chaos sweeping our culture today. For them, it is a good idea. For the Christian student, it is a must-read.
It is engaging, stimulating and exhiliarting to hear how a Christian mind can hold up to the propoganda and temptations of the culture, especially in academia these days. Veith has experience which is pertinent, but more than that, he has read and thought much about the topic. The fruit herewith for us to digest is nourishing and confrontational. He honorably does not just protest without provision of action. And all of this in a wonderful prose and style which is truly a joy to read.
This is a clarion call for the church not to withdraw from engagement with a culture gone awry, but to bring with us minds for Christ into all disciplines. Because God is of creation and humanity, He provides the Christian with learning and contributions to cultural and academic pursuits. Veith argues persuasively using Daniel at the University of Babylon as the Biblical standard for doing just that.
For students/learners of all ages!
This wonderful resource for the church should be utilized widely as to how the love of God in Christ Jesus for each Christian should be carried out to to the world we live in. Truly, how to be in the world but not of.