By now, most of our readers have heard the news that Joshua Harris has not only separated from his wife, but also no longer considers himself a Christian. Many have already commented on Harris’s seeming apostasy (for our part, we are still praying that this is a wandering from the path rather than a final abandonment).
Some have taken this news as a reflection of the spirit of our age, some as a moment of profound sadness for Harris and for those he harmed, and some as an indictment of the Young Restless Reformed movement of which Harris was a part. There is much to affirm in each of these angles. But before we venture any thoughts on the bigger picture, let us paint a more personal portrait.
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