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Number of Pages: 250
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
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The Man in the Mirror: Solving the 24 Problems Men FacePatrick MorleyZondervan / 1997 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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Is the Christian community doing a good job of presenting the message of Jesus in a compelling way to men? Women greatly outnumber men in attendance and active participation in American churches. Pastor Mike Erre offers a solution for this imbalance: a thoroughly biblical and engaging theology of manhood that is missing in many churches today.
This call to move past cultural definitions of masculinity goes straight to the heart of the issue:
- Creation--men and women bear the image of God in unique and surprising ways.
- The fall--men cannot experience significance on their own, so their lives often feel meaningless and empty.
- Redemption--God redeems a man's work, his sexuality, and his relationships.
Unmasking unhelpful stereotypes of masculinity, this presentation of godly manhood inspires men to more effectively grow in Christ's image and empowers women to understand and encourage the men in their lives.
Scott5 Stars Out Of 5July 19, 2010ScottI thought this book was absolutely amazing. It had a perfect blend of scripture and "common sense". Given that I was still a young believer when I read it I was not turned off by an overly "preachy" tone. The author writes in a down-to-earth tone that is very relatable. This book challenges you to truly consider your lifestyle without feeling guilty, though instead, the author communicates a unique call to action. I would certainly recommend this book to a friend.