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Dug Down Deep by Joshua Harris

"A humbling, compelling, invigorating read."
--J. I. PACKER, author of Knowing God

When we talk about knowledge of God, we're talking about theology. Simply put, theology is the study of the nature of God--who he is and how he thinks and acts. But theology isn't high on many people's list of daily concerns...Theology isn't for a certain group of people. In fact, it's impossible for anyone to escape theology. It's everywhere. All of us are constantly "doing" theology. In other words, all of us have some idea or opinion about what God is like. Oprah does theology. The person who says, "I can't believe in a God who sends people to hell" is doing theology.

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Joshua Harris

Joshua is senior pastor of Covenant Life in Gaithersburg, Maryland. As the founder of the NEXT conferences for young adults and a popular speaker with conferences such as Together for the Gospel and The Gospel Coalition, Joshua is passionate about seeing the gospel transferred to a new generation of Christians.

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Sally Clarkson

"II have met so many women in the past weeks who carry all sorts of guilt on their shoulders. And many feel they have failed so much there is no return. But God is always the God of second chances. I was contemplating this on the way home from the airport the other day, that God's glory is revealed in the lives of people who make mistakes and have regrets.

Abraham lied about Sarah being his wife and was going to let her have an affair with a foreign king!

Noah got drunk. Moses killed a man. And lost his temper just after being in the presence of God on the mountain getting the ten commandments and then threw them on the ground. David committed adultery and then had his love's husband killed in battle." - read full blog...

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