"Love God with all your mind."  -Jesus

Do you want to think a little more deeply about your faith and how it relates to all of life, including work and contemporary issues? Does bringing the rich conceptual resources of theology, philosophy and logic to these questions intrigue you?

Jesus says this is part of the greatest commandment (Matthew 22:35-37). So why do we tend to excel at loving God with our hearts, but not with our minds? Not only does this dishonor God, but also results in a wilted and emaciated spiritual life. We will flourish only as we love God with all we are--including our minds!

I write for thoughtful Christians who are committed to loving God with their minds. Here are the five specific ways I hope my blog will be helpful. In short, I desire to help fellow believers "think Christianly about life and work" and thus love God more fully by "thinking God's thoughts after Him."


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"I’m so thankful for the way God has blessed Stan’s life and ministry and I watch closely to see how God will continue to work in and through him. Enjoy his blog. He’ll challenge and inspire you.”  

-Dr. Randy Newman, Senior Teaching Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism at The C. S. Lewis Institute

 
Stan Wallace's blog tackles important issues in a genuinely meaningful, insightful way, while still being concise and easily digestible.  His philosophical training combines with a strong personal faith to make this blog a valuable resource for believers and an intriguing challenge for skeptics.

-Bill Wright, Attorney, Womble Bond Dickinson


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It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, and the glory of kings to investigate a matter. - Proverbs 25:2
Any story sounds true until someone tells the other side and sets the record straight. - Proverbs 18:17

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