Okay. I found yet another book everyone should read.
Dug Down Deep is Joshua Harris' brand-new book. He basically talks about his journey from not really taking hold of his parents' beliefs about the Christian faith, etc, to claiming them as his own.
Something he emphasizes in the book is something he calls "humble orthodoxy", which is basically learning doctrine so that you can know more about Jesus Christ. As opposed to getting all knowledgeable about theology so that you can one-up other people.
We should be learning more about God
because we love him and we want to be like him.
Makes sense, huh?
This is another one of those books that I want to just cram into everyones' brain.
So go read it, if you please. ;-)