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We realize that Josh Harris’ stepping down from the Christian faith is most likely multi-faceted, both in the personal and spiritual realms, but his Calvinist (and probably emergent) indoctrination left him defenseless in standing firm in biblical truth.No doubt, there will be many commentaries over the next several months (and even years) discussing the departing of the faith by Joshua Harris.Let us pray that he and others like him will someday find the simple Gospel that Jesus Christ offers.Christ died for the sins of the world, and whosoever believeth on Him will not perish but have everlasting life.Harris remained pastor of Covenant Life until 2015 at which time he stepped down from being pastor telling his congregation he planned to attend college (Regent College in Vancouver, BC).1 His announcement that he was stepping down and going to college came amid a scandal at Covenant Life wherein Harris and other Covenant Life pastors and leaders admitted to covering up a number of sexual abuses that had occurred in their church.2 Based on the information that Joshua Harris has given in his recent announcements and information he has provided in his books, we cannot know for sure how his recantation of his marriage and his faith came about.But one thing is for sure, Josh Harris was a Calvinist who attended an emergent college—and with regard to his Christian faith, it proved to be a devastating combination.
In 2018, Harris disavowed I Kissed Dating Goodbye and discontinued its publication.
The former pastor of Covenant Life Church in Gaithersburg, Md., recounted several things he has apologized for in the past: "my self-righteousness, my fear-based approach to life, the teaching of my books, my views of women in the church, and my approach to parenting to name a few."JEREMY LIN ON HIS FUTURE, FALL OF LINSANITY: ' I HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO BE COMPLETELY DEPENDENT ON GOD' But there's one group he specifically wanted to add: "the LGBTQ community.""I want to say that I am sorry for the views that I taught in my books and as a pastor regarding sexuality.
I regret standing against marriage equality, for not affirming you and your place in the church, and for any ways that my writing and speaking contributed to a culture of exclusion and bigotry," Harris wrote.
When this happens, they often choose (as we are witnessing today) one of two paths: some of them head into the Calvinist emergent camp (or as Calvinists call it, neo-Calvinism), and some of them walk away from the church altogether.
Eventually, both groups end up in the same place—departed from the faith.
When Josh Harris was 21, his book, , was published by Multnomah Books.