Contrary to popular perception, the imagination isn't just for kids, artists, or fans of science fiction. Rather, it's what bridges our thinking and feeling, allowing us to do everything from planning a weekend getaway to remembering what we ate for breakfast.
In Imagination Redeemed, Gene Veith and Matthew Ristuccia uncover the imagination's importance for Christians, helping us understand who God is, what his Word teaches, and how we should live in the world today. Here is a call to embrace this forgotten part of the mind as a gift from God designed to bolster faith, hope and love in his people.
"This is a biblically grounded, down-to-earth, and eminently accessible book. It deserves to be widely read."?
- Jeremy S. Begbie, Thomas A. Langford Research Professor of Theology, Duke Divinity School
"Veith and Ristuccia offer practical steps for keeping our imaginations captive to Christ... Reading this book will help you, as it helped me, fulfill the great command to love God with all your mind."?
- Danielle Sallade, Campus Minister, Princeton Evangelical Fellowship, Princeton University