Publisher: Nelson Books
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Second time reading. This time as a men's group study. The book does an excellent job of starting some great conversations about identity, dreams, hurts, fears, etc. The book explores how we have lost a sense of what it means to be a man. Eldredge’s premise is that men were made for danger and adventure to be a part of something larger than themselves; to take on something that tests their strength. He illustrates how modern society, and particularly the church, have tried to neuter men into something more tame. Read again before raising boys. Many excellent quotes.
Brandon Current said on Sep 02, 2011, 05:49
I really enjoyed this book and it challenged me as a husband and a father. One of the areas that impacted me most is the woundedness of the male and female and how much of a role the father plays in that. It's really caused me to pay attention to how I interact with my sons and my daughters as their father.
Darren said on Nov 11, 2009, 21:32