You have written my lesson of duty out, Manlike, you have questioned me.Now stand at the bars of my woman's soul Until I shall question thee.I’ve bought multiple copies to give away.”–Mike Neglia; Cork, Ireland“Josh Harris does an excellent job of addressing our impulse to church hop.”–Garrett Watkins; Atlanta, Georgia“When our family was in the midst of a transition, Why Church Matters helped us find the right local church.
The sepia tone seemed romantic, and maybe, when you’re an awkward, depressed teen, that’s all you need to convince you of purity culture: it seems romantic.
“A Woman's Question Do you know you have asked for the costliest thing Ever made by the Hand above?
A woman's heart, and a woman's life---And a woman's wonderful love.
In the wake of its publication, churches held purity conferences, purity balls, and had teens take purity pledges.
My own parents vowed that their children would never date, we would court, as laid out in Harris’ book.