Joshua Harris’s new book releases today. It’s called Dug Down Deep (Multnomah, 2010). In it he introduces the basics of the Christian faith and uses his own story of how God brought him from atheological generic evangelicalism to embrace humble orthodoxy. I’ve read the book, benefited from it, and warmly commend it—especially if you or someone you know wants to learn why sound doctrine is life-giving.
Tim Challies has a overview of the book today on his blog, and will post later today a brief Q&A with Josh.
You can read the first chapter below: