My own journey of solidifying what I believe involved a careful examination of the evidence, of thinking through whether the Christian faith was indeed true. If true, was it something that required great attention or little? Coming to terms with loving God with all of my mind was admitting that I needed to take his truth seriously, and consider whether I thought it was true enough to devote the time and effort to stay spiritually fit. The facts are not the reason I am saved; salvation took a supernatural work of the Spirit to remove my heart of stone and give me a heart of flesh. Yet, I had to come to the point of admitting that I had no more intellectual or spiritual excuses to justify not taking my worldview seriously. —Wesley Huff (from, Loving God with our minds)