All Resources on Life of the Mind
Fresh statements of old truth are always needed. Without them people will read error.
Ideas have consequences.
John Piper says that there is much to benefit from other authors, even those you disagree with.
The ability to think is a gift from God and an immensely powerful means of our becoming what we ought to be.
It is remarkable that again and again the apostle Paul confronts failure to do what’s right with failure to know what’s right.
An letter of gratitude to the staff, elders, and people of Bethlehem Baptist Church at the end of John Piper's writing leave.
John Piper talks about what he might work on during his current writing leave.
Make all your reading purposeful. Great books have changed the world by changing people's lives.
An invitation to a lecture on the importance of higher education.
John Piper outlines three components of loving God with our minds.
John Piper thinks Christians should think hard about every area of life.
Ten resolutions by Pastor John's beloved English Literature professor.
Doctrine is the new (and better) foundation of exuberance when the naiveté of childhood won’t work anymore.
The human mind may be fallen, but it's not useless.
John Piper lists three factors that help him decide what to read next.
The goal of interpreting a text should be to discover what the author willed to convey.
John Piper explains how he tries to process and preserve what he reads.
John Piper recommends a book "so good that you won't be able to finish it without putting it down."
Without a language of the sense, theology can become lifeless and ineffective.