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How can we be thoughtful Christians?

Cultivating our minds to love God

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For a donation of any amount this month, receive a copy of David Dockery’s book, What Does it Mean to Be a Thoughtful Christian? You’ll also receive access to an exclusive collection of videos featuring interviews with teachers such as Alisa Childers and Kevin Vanhoozer, all designed to help you practically apply the principles of the book to your own life.

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Become an intentionally thoughtful Christian in this time and place.

It can be difficult to be a thoughtful Christian—a person who thinks deeply and Christianly. Even harder is translating thoughtfulness into renewed habits and a robust worldview big enough for all of life. 

 

Christ commands us to “Love the Lord with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind” (Matthew 22:37), but we must be intentional for that to actually happen. It starts by examining how we think. 

 

In his book, What Does it Mean to Be a Thoughtful Christian?, David Dockery explains how Christians can make their thought life a priority. Loving God with all our minds involves thinking in Christian categories when it comes to business, education, healthcare, social issues, politics, family life- and so much more. It means being curious about the world God created, as every inch of it is His.  

 

At the Colson Center we work hard to provide you with resources and tools necessary to understand the world, the challenges faced in this cultural moment, and how to live with clarity, confidence, and courage in this time and place.  

 

This month, we hope to help you become a person who thinks deeply and Christianly by sharing this resource with you. As a thank you for a gift of any amount, we not only want to provide you with the book What Does it Mean to be a Thoughtful Christian?, but also access to an exclusive set of accompanying videos featuring interviews with Alisa Childers, Kevin Vanhoozer, Glen Scrivener, and others. These videos are designed to help you practically apply the principles in What Does it Mean to Be a Thoughtful Christian? in your own life.  

   

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