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Man Enough How Jesus Redefines Manhood
By Nate Pyle
Published by Zondervan
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On 3/1 Taylor Murray wrote: Nate Pyle’s Man Enough is an important book. In this volume, he rightly observes that there is a constant pressure on men within our churches to be “manly.” We derive this from our culture’s definition of manhood: an image of BBQ-grilling, sports-loving, car-fixing men. Men fear being anything ... BOOK REVIEW: MAN ENOUGH BY NATE PYLE
On 12/21 R. J. Rivett wrote: "When we define masculinity by one's wildness, we choose a wildly narrow definition. What about the poet? What about the scholar? What about the man who would rather paint than wrestle? What about the man who would rather garden than fight? Are they not men?" Every boy wants to grow up to be a man. ... MyBookLook: Man Enough by Nate Pyle
On 12/17 Conrade Yap wrote: What is the true measure of a man? If we watch enough action movies, it would probably look like a brawn looking macho man like Indiana Jones or secret agent 007 who cannot be easily bullied. If we are into superhero movies, the ideal man could be Captain America, Superman, or the Flash. If we read the ... A Book to Reconstruct Jesus-Shaped Masculinity
On 11/3 Bee wrote: Man Enough by Nate Pyle is a book that has furthered my understanding of the inner-workings of my husband, father, brothers and male friends. Reading this book has opened my eyes to the way they see their manhood and how they make their decisions and come to the realizations that they come to. I am no ... You are Man Enough.
On 11/3 Logan Crumrine wrote: How does one define himself as a man? This is a question that has attempted to be answered by countless people over the coarse of modern history. To often in the church we are faced with a compelling counter cultural view of manhood. We are faced with images daily that scream “manhhood”, images ... Man Enough
On 10/21 The Little Friar wrote: Nate Pyle's Man Enough: How Jesus Redefines Manhood hardly breaks new theological or exegetical ground. But he does give us a glimpse into being male from the perspective of Jesus himself. Jesus was, no matter what some modern theologians insist, a human being -- and in his particular ... man enough -- a book review
On 10/5 Ian McLaren wrote: Back in college, the book Wild at Heart tore through our campus like wildfire. In it, the author argued all men long for battle to fight, an adventure to live, and a beauty to rescue; this, he believed, was what it mean to recover the masculine heart, defined in the image of a passionate God In Man ... Book review: Man Enough by Nate Pyle
On 10/5 Annie Rim wrote: I was excited to see that someone had finally written a response to the wild man stereotype. But, Pyle’s book isn’t just a response and he doesn’t swing to the other side of the spectrum – that men should be passive and uncaring. No, Pyle says that men need to embrace their own spirit. So, if ... Man Enough
On 10/3 Mr. Geurs wrote: As a Christian man interested in self-improvement, a book with a title like Man Enough: How Jesus Redefines Manhood would seem to be an engaging topic for a book. Admittedly, I was anticipating a 21st century rendition of John Eldredge’s Wild At Heart. While that is not exactly what I got in this book, ... A Review of "Man Enough".
On 9/28 durough wrote: Nate Pyle’s debut book, Man Enough: How Jesus Redefines Manhood, contributes a much-needed perspective in our churches’ debate over gender roles and what it means to be a man (or woman, as the case may be). Steering away from cultural stereotypes of wilderness surviving, football playing, car fixing ... Masculinity: Affirmed, Not Approved