Think is about using our minds in worship. The best section of the book delves deeply into this subject, analyzing the great commandment to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart… soul… mind… and strength.” Piper argues that thinking is essential to loving God with our mind, which weighs against anti-intellectualism. But he finishes his argument with the point that thinking should stir our affections (emotions) towards Christ.
The only downside was that his chapter on Jonathan Edwards seemed short. Since he has written extensively on Edwards elsewhere, this minor flaw can be overlooked. Actually, with Christian radio voice Wayne Shepherd narrating, the book is one of the best audiobooks I’ve gotten to enjoy from ChristianAudio (and that’s saying something).
Any library can be improved with a title from John Piper. Think has certainly improved my digital library, and I think it has improved the life of my mind as well.
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