"Humble Orthodoxy" by Joshua Harris with Eric Stanford that essentially discusses how a Believer can share the Word of God with others, engage in religious discussion, and spread their knowledge of Biblical principles in a way that creates a positive energy for both the speaker and the person(s) receiving the message. Too many times to Christians get labeled as "pushy" or "know it alls", because we simply aren't sensitive to the actual delivery of our message.
It's so important, especially in the world that we live in, to be able to share our love of God, and the principles that we believe in with others - especially those who are non-believers. This book discusses how we can "hold the truth high without putting people down". Essentially, delivering the message of Christ in the same way that Jesus would have done himself - humbly.
I thought this book was interesting, and offers some great points with regard to staying humble. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys sharing Biblical wisdom, and wants to be more effective in delivering that message to others.
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