Many now have regrets about following something that seemed to be pure and right at the time.I never read the book entirely, but was influenced by it, as many of my peers were giving this book to their teens to read and telling them that this would be how they would be dealing with boy/girl relationships in their home.Read the Full Review I was so excited to receive this book in the mail.I remember when I had first heard of this book years ago and at the time I thought, "this book is about not dating." I had no ill feelings about the book I just kind of thought this would be some suggestion of a miracle cure for dating and boy was I pleasantly surprised.(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. In this, I suspect that they are no different than the rest of us.
* Note: The real-life stories in this series contain mature themes.*What are you building your life on?Josh Harris was popular especially in the Homeschool Movement circles, but this book went far beyond that populace and into mainstream Christian circles.Parents and young adults were excited about a more wholesome way of dating.If we get it wrong then our whole life will be wrong.In these four thought-provoking sessions of this youth Bible study, students share the honest doubts and struggles they have about their own faith.