Since the age of eighteen, Professor Tony Futerman has been part of the academic world – First as an undergraduate student of biochemistry in England, then as a PhD student studying neurobiology in Israel, next as a postdoctoral fellow in the USA, and subsequently for three decades as a faculty member in one of Israel’s institutes of higher education. During this time, Professor Futerman has researched the cell biology of lipids and human genetic diseases that involve defective lipid metabolism. But as a Messianic Jew, that is to say, a Jew who believes in both the Old and New Testaments, has Professor Futerman been wasting his time? Is there really any intrinsic value in academic study of biochemistry and cell biology? In this, his third short book, Professor Futerman persuasively argues that using one’s mind and intellectual faculties to study art, nature and the universe is a valid way to enhance our understanding of the character and nature of the creator God. Thus, Professor Futerman encourages Messianic believers to value the important contribution of academia in enriching the Messianic community, and encourages us to learn how to love God with our minds.