“We’re either building our lives on the reality of what God is truly like and what He’s about, or we’re basing our lives on our imaginations and misconceptions.”
Joshua Harris takes his new book Dug Down Deep to spend time unearthing what he believes and why. The spelunking he does explores theological issues ranging from sanctification to the role of the Holy Spirit. And, why, you may ask should one take the time to dive into these heady, often intangible, theological matters? Harris suggests, “messed-up theology leads to messed-up living.” Besides, the Bible calls us to “So, let us know, let us press on to know the Lord” (Hosea 6:3). If you’re looking for an honest, thought-provoking study into theological matters written in a personal, story-like fashion then from what I’ve read Iso far I would suggest checking out Joshua’s new book. I’m looking forward to continue reading his thoughts and see what God shows on this theological climb. And remember…
“You can study Him the way you study a sunset that leaves you speechless.”
*This was book was provided for review by WaterBrook Multnomah. You can purchase it here.