The Tortured Doubts of Josh Harris - Why You Shouldn’t Have Bought the Book
His books sold a million copies in the 1990s—it was the best selling Christian book in the homeschooling movement. . . on courtship. Now, Josh Harris made a public announcement he’s leaving his wife, and he’s toying with leaving the faith. That’s the substance of a recent interview conducted with him by Sojourner Magazine. The zeitgeist has taught the millennial the lesson of doubt. How do Christian families react to the steady flow of apostasies and weakening in the churches? What are the lessons to be learned? Maybe we shouldn’t have bought the book in the 1990s.
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