For many, discipleship is more about what you know than it is about what you love. James K.A. Smith, in his excellent book, You Are What You Love, challenges the assumption that drives this cognition-as-belief model of discipleship.
Smith suggests that “Discipleship is a way to curate your heart, to be attentive to and intentional about what you love.”
He argues, quite persuasively, that discipleship is an issue of what we love more than it is one of what we know.…
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