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In trying to warn people of the potential pitfalls of dating, it instilled fear for some—fear of making mistakes or having their heart broken.The book also gave some the impression that a certain methodology or relationships would deliver a happy ever-after ending—a great marriage, a great sex life—even though this is not promised by scripture."(IKDG).Even so, the pitfalls that many Christians succumbed to with its publication still litter the ground today.I hope that going forward, we remember the warnings from many Christians’ reactions IKDG.He admitted to NPR in 2016 that the rules he outlined in IKDG were “very speculative.” “I had not walked through that relationship yet myself,” he said.He was full of idealism and short on real-life experience. But many Christian parents, fearful of their kids’ budding romantic lives, saw a godly young man who offered a way to avoid the heartache and danger of traditional dating. The ones that didn’t became more nuanced, thanks to real-world experience and exposure to diverse viewpoints.
“The information that was left out of our announcement is that I have undergone a massive shift in regard to my faith in Jesus,” Harris writes on Instagram.
(There have also been spiteful, hateful comments that have angered and hurt me.)” Harris says he regrets and even repents for his former “self-righteous, …
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.” Now, Harris adds one more prominent regret: His beliefs on LGBT issues.’ My heart is full of gratitude.
I can only imagine how tough, even painful, it must have sometimes been for Harris to invite, study and document criticism of his own work. In his statement last week, he announced that its publication will be discontinued.
He is also offering a free e Book called comes to a close.