Father Hunger is a thoughtful and timely excursion into our culture of fatherlessness, what Wilson calls “the central malady of our time.” Central because it is the cause of so many of the ills we face - everything from atheism and crime to joyless feminism and paternalistic government expansion - but most important because of the effect it has on families, children, wives, and husbands. Bottom line: when fathers are checked out, left out, or ruled out, it hurts literally everyone. We need our fathers, and all too often they are nowhere present. Father Hunger has one basic goal: to encourage and empower men to be the fathers that God calls them to be and that their families and culture desperately need them to be.
©2012 Douglas Wilson (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Wilson skillfully exposes the need of the Hour for Dads and for the Land at Large. His wit and wisdom are memorable; his pokes and well intended jabs are on target. I say this is one of the most remarkable books ever written for Dads and sons. I have walked through it at least 5 times and it is a must for Father's Day. Do yourself a big favor… shut up and listen. Wilson has something to say that we need hear and heed.
The voice of the reader was pleasant. The content of the book is excellent.
Future Men Raising Boys to Fight Giants - another book by the same aurthor
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