Loving God with our minds is not finally a question of orthodoxy, but of love. Offering up our minds to God in all our thinking is a port of our praise. (18)
Our passion is not for academic respectability, but for faithfulness to the commands of Jesus.
Our lament is not for the destruction of the elite culture of Western civilization but for the deficiencies in our everyday discipleship as Christians.
Our mission is not the recovery of some lost golden age of purportedly better Christian thinking but the renewal of a church today that has integrity, faithfulness, and effectiveness in its thinking. (19)
Os Guinness, Fit Bodies, Fat Minds, Baker: Grand Rapids 1994