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Why I Am Not a Pacifist – C.S. Lewis "Looking at the statement which is my immediate authority as an Anglican, the Thirty-Nine Articles, I find it laid down in black and white that "it is lawful for Christian men, at the ...
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Act Like Men by James MacDonald ★★

I don't know who James MacDonald is but I felt this book of his misfired too much.  In fact I got tired of it and never finished it. Misfire #1: If you're single then ...
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The Measure of a Man by Gene Getz ★★★★★

This is one of the top books out there on Christian manhood. It is the only book I've come across that uses Greek exegesis to support our understanding of the New Testament man. It's ...
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Real Manhood by Creflo Dollar ★★

What makes this book and this man's teaching so damnable is the fact that everything written in the book is spot on. I listened to the entire audiobook. He is like the Pharisee of ...
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ἀνήρ, γυνή – man, woman

This word for "man" is used 216 times in the New Testament and on occasion it is translated into our English word, husband. The word for woman is "gune", used 217 times, and is on ...
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Father-daughter dance the next casualty of the cultural Marxist revolution

PC culture killed our school’s father-daughter dance: parents | New York Post Schools are the new religious temples of society preaching an anti-father message and turning themselves into sanctuaries to 'protect' their flocks from ...
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“No man whose testicles are crushed or whose male organ is cut off shall enter the assembly of the LORD.”

Deut. 23:1

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Twenty-eight years a Christian, Matt resides in Portland, OR where he grew up. He is a mechanic, a guide, an entrepreneur, builder, cross-cultural expert, and writer depending on the day. Passionate about the outdoors, climbing, writing, world travel, and reading a lot of books, he has been involved in ministry to men for over 15 years mentoring youth, teaching, and leading men’s groups volunteering at countless non-profits for recovering men, youth at risk, developmentally disabled, Indian youth, and refugee kids around the world. His academic studies include International Politics, Conflict Resolution, Intercultural Studies, and European History. He’s also formally studied German in Germany, and Islam and Palestinian Arabic in Jerusalem. He went on to study in Seminary until he was forced to drop out due to finances because, well, he’s not a privileged straight, white, male with money and opportunity at every turn but would have to go into enormous debt, just like everyone else. After graduating with a high GPA in International Studies and a senior capstone focused on Somali refugees, he was turned down for job interviews by every single refugee and NGO in the city, and forced to rely on his mechanic skills ever since. Born in America, by the age of 37 he had authored several books, learned to converse in six other languages, lived in Africa, Europe, the South Pacific, and the Middle East and traveled to nearly 40 countries.

Read his personal story, The Long Road to Manhood.



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