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James K. A. Smith: You Are What You Love

One may leave the pages of this book wondering if Smith intentionally placed these two ideas side-by-side between the covers of one book in order to spark a new conversation on the essential postmodern concept of moving the emphasis of discipleship away from the mind and onto the heart. Was he of two minds as he wrote it? Or was he reorienting the reader to think about discipleship in a fresh manner. No, we’ve just been instructed that retraining our thinking is not the path. We must retrain our heart to love the right things.

Reviewed by John Miller


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Category: Living the Faith, Spring 2017

About the Author: John R. Miller is an ordained minister with Elim Fellowship of Lima, NY and serves as Pastor of Education with Living Word Temple of Restoration, Rochester, NY. He has a degree from Elim Bible Institute, a B.Div. (Trinity Theological Seminary), C.P.E. (University of Rochester), M.Div. (Northeastern Seminary), and Ph.D. (Regent University). He teaches at Regent University and Elim Bible Institute & College.

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