Three years ago I wrote this about Joshua Harris’s Dug Down Deep :
The last chapter on “Humble Orthodoxy” is best of all. If you read nothing else in this book, read at least its last chapter.
I’m glad that Josh has expanded that chapter into a little book:
Josh’s basic thesis is that we must both (1) “care deeply about the truth” and (2) “defend and share this truth with compassion and humility” (p. 5). He rejects what he calls “arrogant orthodoxy” and “humble heterodoxy” (pp. 6–7).
The book is short. You can easily read the book in one sitting. It’s 83 pages, but it’s really just about 60 pages (the study guide starts on page 63), and the size is only 4.7 x 6.5 inches.
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