Reviews by Rob Faircloth
On 2/10 Rob Faircloth wrote: In his previous books William Bennet has shown an amazing ability to gather materials from a variety of eras and sources, and in The Book of Man he does so again. Bennet calls attention to the present plight of manhood, in which there is a dearth of examples about how being men relates to one’s work, ... Review: The Book of Man
On 1/20 Rob Faircloth wrote: Napolitano’s central premise is that liberty is the overriding concern of the U.S. Constitution and of the American experiment, and is precisely the realm of individual freedom that government is most likely to now impede. A brief background of the founding principles of the United States is given, ... Should Individual Liberty be a Society's Sole Measure?
On 1/7 Rob Faircloth wrote: By now, I Am Second the book follows a movement and established I Am Second phenomena, including website (www.iamsecond.com) and merchandising. Before reading the book, I had heard mention of the website and personal story format on radio and other media. The theme of I Am Second is to highlight the ... Review: I Am Second
On 12/23 Rob Faircloth wrote: Many times I had thought that much of evangelical Christian life focused too much on making everyone leaders, which catered to a fleshly emphasis on the priesthood of believer, which is itself a euphemism for radical independence. If everyone is a leader, after all, who will they be leading? I had ... The Relation of Following to Leading