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I grew up evangelical, and one of the fads I experienced as a teenager was the 1997 evangelical bestseller .Its author was a 21-year-old kid named Joshua Harris.
(A helpful and thoughtful analysis can be found in Ruth Graham’s .” In his essay “Against Evangelical Victim Culture (Stop Blaming Josh Harris for Your Problems),” G.
Shane Harris offers an equally well-written if largely unsympathetic approach to complaints against Harris’s work.) In what follows, I would like to briefly add my voice to the cacophony that currently surrounds know firsthand the subculture that surrounded Harris’s book.
Joshua Harris singlehandedly made the word “courtship” popular in mainstream evangelical circles.
Yesterday I responded to a post another blogger wrote about what she learned from Joshua Harris.
In this, I suspect that they are no different than the rest of us.