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#Because Fundamentalism," Twitter user Elizabeth Esther first wrote."@elizabethesther my school wasn't allowed to have prom.Because @Harris Josh lol," replied Jessica Kathryn.#Because Fundamentalism jessica @jessicakathryn @elizabethesther my school wasn’t allowed to have prom.Because @Harris Josh lol Joshua Harris @Harris Josh @jessicakathryn @elizabethesther Sorry about that, Jess. Two individuals on twitter tweeted about not being able to go to the prom because of evangelical purity teachings, and when one referenced the role Harris played in that, Harris tweeted back that he was “Sorry about that.” This, frankly, is the beauty and magic of twitter, the way it can bring people into contact.Several years ago, even conservative evangelical World Magazine published an article critical of the impact Harris’s seminal book has had on the relationship culture of an entire generation of evangelical young people. It has been nearly two decades since he published his book, and in that time he has married, had children, pastored a church, and weathered a denomination sex abuse scandal that threatened to take his congregation down with it.
I so appreciate the complete lack of defensiveness, and the simple sympathy shown instead.
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We want to curate these stories in the hopes of preventing more damage from being done and to provide an alternative narrative to the rigid and narrow thinking that IKDG and Harris’ other work espouses.
Josh published his career-making book, , in 1997, when he was only 21.
His book had a huge impact on not only the Christian homeschool movement but also evangelicalism more broadly, and frankly, messed a lot of things up for a lot of us growing up in that culture.