#3: What Does “Thinking Christianly” Mean?
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In this episode, we’re defining what we mean when we say “thinking Christianly.” We discuss:What does the faculty of “thinking” entail?The difference between the mind and the brain and how they both relate to the soulHow to integrate faith and learningDifferent kinds of knowledge and how to seek wisdom beyond the Christian worldviewMaking right distinctions and how to make sense of false dichotomiesThe state of Christian higher education and a word of hopeResources mentioned during our conversation:Dallas Willard in "The Allure of Gentleness": "...reality can be described as what we humans run into when we are wrong..."You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit by James K.A. SmithA response to Smith’s You Are What You LoveAlvin Plantinga’s critique of methodological naturalismStan's articles on the nature of the soul, mind, brain, and body:  What are We? and Succumbing to a Very Unchristian Idea (how Christians commonly reduce the mind to the brain).
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