After Kissing Christianity Goodbye, Joshua Harris Marches in Vancouver Pride Parade

    Updated: August 5, 2019 at 10:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    Photo Credit: Trey Pearson

    VANCOUVER — A week after “I Kissed Dating Goodbye” author Joshua Harris announced that he was kissing Christianity goodbye, he posted photos to Instagram of his participation in the Vancouver Pride Festival.

    “An American in Canada marching with the British Consulate,” Harris wrote with one photo.

    He posted another photograph of himself with “Christian rocker” Trey Pearson of Everyday Sunday, who left his wife and children in 2016 after coming out as homosexual, as well as Matthias Roberts, a homosexual and mental health counselor who — according to his website — seeks to “fight bad theology” as he believes “people in the Church have been gravely wrong” in stating that homosexuals aren’t Christians.

    Harris wore a “Love Is GREAT – Britain” t-shirt at the event, on which he hung rainbow sunglasses. “Enjoyed swapping stories, gentlemen!” he wrote as a caption.

    While Harris’ photographs no longer appear on his Instagram page, the one photo remains posted on Pearson’s Twitter account.

    As previously reported, Harris announced on July 26 that he no longer identifies as a Christian. He also apologized to those who identify as homosexuals, stating that he regrets his teaching on sexuality and that he had once stood against same-sex “marriage.”

    “I have undergone a massive shift in regard to my faith in Jesus. The popular phrase for this is ‘deconstruction,’ the biblical phrase is ‘falling away,’” Harris wrote. “By all the measurements that I have for defining a Christian, I am not

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