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How does a man know if he is a real man? The answers are discovered in Scripture. This book addresses three important areas of a man's life and is valuable for married and single men. How does a man know if he is a real man? The answers are discovered in Scripture. This book addresses three important areas of a man's life and is valuable for married and single men.


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How does a man know if he is a real man? The answers are discovered in Scripture. This book addresses three important areas of a man's life and is valuable for married and single men. How does a man know if he is a real man? The answers are discovered in Scripture. This book addresses three important areas of a man's life and is valuable for married and single men.

30 review for Biblical Manhood: Masculinity, Leadership and Decision Making

  1. 4 out of 5

    Guilherme Joshua Blake

    A disappointing read. Beyond structural issues such as the repetitive use of the same quote over and over, and significant assertions made without any explanation, exegesis etc, this is essentially a book about marriage. It should be titled and presented as such. The appendixes feel slapped on but the random chapter on Lust is by far the best thing here. Personally I found the author's views on Christian marriage, male authority, the woman's role and the Holy Spirit extremely challenging, border A disappointing read. Beyond structural issues such as the repetitive use of the same quote over and over, and significant assertions made without any explanation, exegesis etc, this is essentially a book about marriage. It should be titled and presented as such. The appendixes feel slapped on but the random chapter on Lust is by far the best thing here. Personally I found the author's views on Christian marriage, male authority, the woman's role and the Holy Spirit extremely challenging, bordering on the abhorrent, something that made for a distasteful read since little care was taken to explain what are givens in Mr. Scott's mind but might not be to his readers. In short - take the chapter on Lust and run.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Quick read. But packed with helpful information. Really good for guys in all stages of life (single, engaged, or married) to help them grasp biblical principles that can be the foundation for what Christian men need to look like today! One major critique would be how much the author seems to repeat himself. I would find 2-3 paragraphs in a row (quotes and all) where I would think “this sounds familiar” only to flip back to the previous chapter and see it was just straight copied. That took away Quick read. But packed with helpful information. Really good for guys in all stages of life (single, engaged, or married) to help them grasp biblical principles that can be the foundation for what Christian men need to look like today! One major critique would be how much the author seems to repeat himself. I would find 2-3 paragraphs in a row (quotes and all) where I would think “this sounds familiar” only to flip back to the previous chapter and see it was just straight copied. That took away a lot for me. Plus the first appendix is on lust, feels thrown in at the last second. I would look to other books for a more exhaustive look at how men should fight against lust.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Todd Miles

    Though I agreed with much that was in the book, I did not appreciate the organization. It read as though three or four independent talks had been compressed into a book with little editing or revision. There is more assertion and proof-texting than argument, developed explanation, or exegesis. There are better books out there that make the same points. If you want quick highlights - assertions without explanation - then this would be worth looking at.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ryan St. Pierre

    Another great read for seeking a way to follow God's will and direction in making decisions. Scott is the author of "The Exemplary Husband," which is recommended to read before every man gets married, and this short read seems to be very similar. This is said to be written to both single and married men, but seems to have more content towards a married man. For an unmarried man like me, it was still a very helpful read and shone light on what is does and does not mean to have God show you His wi Another great read for seeking a way to follow God's will and direction in making decisions. Scott is the author of "The Exemplary Husband," which is recommended to read before every man gets married, and this short read seems to be very similar. This is said to be written to both single and married men, but seems to have more content towards a married man. For an unmarried man like me, it was still a very helpful read and shone light on what is does and does not mean to have God show you His will.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brian Pate

    This book contains selections from Scott's larger book, The Exemplary Husband: A Biblical Perspective, and is a concise and helpful manual on biblical manhood. Scott's sections on decision making and lust are particularly helpful. I read this in Portuguese with the leadership team at our church in Brazil. This book contains selections from Scott's larger book, The Exemplary Husband: A Biblical Perspective, and is a concise and helpful manual on biblical manhood. Scott's sections on decision making and lust are particularly helpful. I read this in Portuguese with the leadership team at our church in Brazil.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Henrique De Pádua

    Muito bom, porém enfoca muito em um tipo de pecado. Acredito que poderia se ter avisado sobre o enfoque do livro na frente. Fora isso é muito bom, ótimo para travalhar com adolescentes e até jovens, discipular, ótimo!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Allen Tsai

    If you haven't read anything on this topic, it would be a welcomed resource. However, if you have, it may be a bit redundant. The chapters do seem slapped together with little connection. The last chapter on biblical decision making is the best and almost bumped up my rating for the book. If you haven't read anything on this topic, it would be a welcomed resource. However, if you have, it may be a bit redundant. The chapters do seem slapped together with little connection. The last chapter on biblical decision making is the best and almost bumped up my rating for the book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Fabrício Tarles

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jon

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jean Pierre

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kat A. Ong

  12. 5 out of 5

    Allenylson Ferreira

  13. 5 out of 5

    Valber D.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mat

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hamilton Júnior

  16. 4 out of 5

    Timothy

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    William

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    Gabriel Moura

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    Caleb

  22. 5 out of 5

    Will Pareja

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    Kyle LaPorte

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ronnie James

  25. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Barnhart

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    Jhgoodr

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    Natan Leite

  28. 4 out of 5

    Someone Someplace

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Anderson

  30. 5 out of 5

    Giovani Guimarães

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