The Bible teaches that “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.”
We also read in Paul that the key to becoming who God wants us to be is through the “renewal of our minds” (Rom 12:1-2).
It is for these reasons that Dr. Earl Radmacher wrote this book.
The battle for the mind is the most important battle in the life of any Christian. Most often, we do not even know that a battle for our mind is underway, but our minds are constantly bombarded from every direction, through our five senses, through the spiritual realm, through cultural and social pressure, through memories and imagination, and through a wide variety of other sources.
This is why it is so important to learn how to “take every thought captive” and to learn what the Bible says about right thinking and how to change our minds.
Beginning with the that that we are what we think, Dr. Earl Radmacher invites the readers to take a journey of the mind, and then begin to transform their mind by beginning to think right about God, church, church leadership, and a variety of other topics.
This book is a classic from Dr. Earl Radmacher, and is essentially unchanged from the 1977 edition. It now has a Foreword from Ed Underwood, pastor of Church of the Open Door, Author of The Trail, and blogger at EdUnderwood.com
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