Believing AND Caring

Thursday, May 09, 2013

Last month I reviewed a copy of Joshua Harris's brand new book, "Humble Orthodoxy". 

I really enjoyed this book! 

As you can guess, Harris's aim was to communicate the fact that while orthodoxy (right belief about God) is absolutely necessary, so is humbly living alongside others who may or may not share those beliefs. 

There are several extremes: Some people don't know what they believe and don't really care what other people may or may not believe. Other people know exactly what they believe and don't have the time of day to calmly reason with others who do not agree with them. Still yet, some people know what they believe but are not concerned with what others may be dealing with.

Live and let live is NOT an option. 

Live and force to live is NOT an option.

Through "Humble Orthodoxy", Harris communicates just how we should aim to live as we stand firm in the truth and yet remain compassionate and concerned for those around us. 

Pick up the book and measure yourself. Click HERE

My guess is that you're either apathetic or rude...Unfortunately, I know that I bounce between the two. 

"Humble Orthodoxy" is a great companion to Harris's other book, "Dug Down Deep". With the two, you'll be able to get a grip on right thinking and right communicating....You'll be able to be a Christian who knows truth and lives to continually and humbly defend and share the truth that is changing your life each day. 

I received this book for free from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. All thoughts and comments are my own. 

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