Preface Robert Boyle, illustrious scientist and Fellow of the Royal Society, described how, while in Geneva on a continental holiday, he underwent a conversion from nominal, unthinking Christianity to committed Christianity. As a result of his experiences, he stressed the need for Christians to have what he called an “examined faith.”  John Stott, discussing […]
Thou has given so much to me Give one thing more – a grateful heart; Not thankful when it pleases me, As if Thy blessings had spare days; But such a heart, whose pulse may be Thy praise — George Herbert May it be so for each of us as we celebrate Christ the King and […]
Questions How would you summarize how the overemphasis on or neglect of either the head, hearts or hands dimension of one’s faith (or the faith of one’s faith community) causes one to be less than what God envisions for us as His children? How does your faith community address the God-desired balance of head, hearts […]
Has the balance/relationship of head, heart and hands been explored/discussed in some manner in your field? If so, what has been the conversation? If not, how might you propose research and writing on the balance/relationship of head, heart and hands in your field?
How would you present the biblical case for a faith with well-developed and balanced dimensions of head, heart, and hands?