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A Christian Believer’s Pursuit of the Mind of Christ


In the 1990’s the acronym “WWJD,” which stands for “What Would Jesus Do,” was so popular that it came to be printed widely on bracelets. Believers wore them to remind them on every occasion how they must act in order to remain in full accord with Christ’s teachings. To further encourage believers and seekers in their Christian walk, Author Julian M. Motley offers his book, “How Then Should We Think: In Pursuit of the Mind of Christ.”

This book guides readers through the Scriptures on a journey towards intimacy with Jesus Christ. It discusses the very foundation of who He really is that must be emulated by Christian believers. Speaking of a journey, the book takes its readers into various concepts that every seeker must understand in order to fully grasp what it is to have the mind of Jesus Christ and to live in an intimate relationship with Him. The focus in these pages is upon the sufficiency of Christ for the believer in all things, taking him on a journey of faith, witnessing the unveiling of the heart of God and watching for the Return and Reign of Christ over all the earth.

As one review puts it: “If you are longing to drink deeply from the well of God’s Word in a pursuit to attain the mind of Christ, then you must not delay in consuming this volume. Your walk with Christ will be the better for it.”

“How Then Should We Think: In Pursuit of the Mind of Christ”
Copies available from WestBow Press, Amazon, Kindle, Online, Etc.

Author:  Julian M. Motley
Publisher:  WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan  (Nov. 11, 2016)
Language:  English
ISBN:  978-1-5127-0448-8 (sc)
ISBN:  978-1-5127- 0447-1 (hc)
Paperback:  $13.95
Hardcover:  $30.95
Kindle: $6.68
About the Author
JULIAN M. MOTLEY was born in 1927 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Divinity degrees in North Carolina at Wake Forest College and at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The author served as a pastor for 46 years and as an adjunctive professor and director of pastoral ministries at SEBTS for 13 additional years before retiring in 2006. He and his wife Jane live in Wake Forest.

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