A Mind in Full
Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity
Crossway Books, 2004
(480 pages; $19.97, hardcover)
reviewed by Angus Menuge
There is no longer a Christian mind.” This is the shocking opening sentence of Harry Blamires’s The Christian Mind. Blamires, writing in 1963, did not mean that Christians could not think, but that they had lost the art of thinking Christianly about all things, sacred and secular.
Mark Noll’s The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind (1994) is among the historical studies that have tried to explain what went wrong with Christian thought. Other writers, such as C. S. . . .