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What are you going to build your life on? Dug Down Deep is systematic theology like you've never seen it before. Readable. Relevant. Powerful. As. What will you build your life on?With startling transparency, Joshua Harris shares how we can rediscover the relevance and power of Christian. Dug Down Deep is systematic theology like you've never seen it before. Readable. Relevant. Powerful. As best-selling author Joshua Harris shares his own.

He is a humble man, and teaches humbly.

If you are tired of hype promises, and want essential truth, this book is for you. The truths in this book will last as religious fads come and go. Dug Down Deep reveals how biblical doctrine provides a pathway to understanding the heart and mind of God. I highly recommend it! They have the courage to stand up for truth humbly. When they come together Josh and humble orthodoxy , as they do in this book, you get a humble, helpful, courageous testimony to biblical truth.

A humbling, compelling, invigorating read. I enjoyed reading it. And my mind immediately began to go to how I could use this book. Josh has given me a new tool!

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It is interesting, well written, and excellently illustrated. I would give it to any young Christian who wants to understand their faith.

In it we learned things about our older brother that we had never, in twenty-one years, been told before! But more importantly, we learned things about our Savior that caused us to fall more deeply in love with him and his Word.

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