Written in a warm, personal style, Weber presents the characteristics of tender warriors - including learning to speak the language of women, watching out for what lies ahead, and keeping commitments - in an upfront, straightforward style that challenges readers to realize God's plan for men.
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I was amazed at how this book resonated within my spirit. Especially the chapters having to do with "learning to speak woman." In short this is a must listen, I was a bit confounded by an earlier review ridiculing this book that review could not be more wrong. This is a man revolution book in the spirit of Bly and John Eldredge, 5 stars.
He gives a biblical balance to being a Man, Father, Husband, Friend
No. Only because it is so much to take in all at once.
In our macho/wimpy society, this is a good balance using what God tells us in the Bible what a man needs to be. This book does not tell you how to do it but the direction you need to go in, the Bible.
I was hesitant to listen from some of the earlier reviews but I am glad I took it upon myself to form my own opinion. Well done and a good man read and I would recommend this to ladies as well... good insight. Will listen again.
I have a keen interest in this area so I was eager to listen to the book. However, I found the book to be slow, and too general.
If you are looking for a instruction book with clear exercises and important topics for men, broken down into logical chapters, this book will not server you.
If you just want a listen to a friend tell you a story of his life and how much he learned as a man, this would be a good book.
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