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Killing Lions

Killing Lions A Guide Through the Trials Young Men Face

By John Eldredge and Samuel Eldredge
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.17 Stars

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On 12/2 HeartofDeborah wrote: I enjoyed reading this book as I have a background in psychology and I enjoy learning about the struggles this generation faces. Although the book provides fatherly advice in a non-threatening manner it doesn’t provide a lot of references to the Bible. If you are looking for scriptural references you ... Interesting Read on the Journey into Adulthood

HeartofDeborah's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/26 Trista Wilson wrote: I was recently sent the book "Killing Lions" by John and Sam Eldredge. My husband took the book and read it first, apparently it has been on his "to read" list for quite sometime now.I like how the book was set up it was very easy to read and follow. I think it makes some good and valid points. I think ... Killing Lions Book Review

Trista's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/17 jenaspacio wrote: In a nutshell, I strongly believe that “Killing Lions” is John Eldredge’s offshoot to his book, “Wild at Heart,” where he mentioned “a boy without a father figure is like an explorer without a map.” Killing Lions, in Sam’s words, is: “a confession,” as he tells his story, where readers ... Book Review: Killing Lions by John & Sam Eldredge

jenaspacio's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/12 Korey F wrote: This book has a great, strong, masculine title. After opening the book up, I quickly lost the vibes that this book was going to deliver great stuff. The first thing I'd tell you about this book is that it doesn't read like the typical non fiction book. It's based on conversations between a father and ... Feels Like a Lot of Ramblings Compiled into a Book

Korey F's Rating:

2 Stars

On 11/3 Jay Cookingham wrote: In the book Killing Lions: A Guide Through the Trials Young Men Face, John Eldredge (Wild at Heart) is joined by his son, Sam, for a conversational journey of what it takes to become a man. II bought this book for my sons (I have five) but found it revealing my heart as I read it through several times ... Let's Go Hunting!

Jay's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/25 'Yomi 'Segun Stephen wrote: In ancient Kenya, a young Masai man has to kill a lion as a rite of passage into manhood. That is the tradition. The authors of Killing Lions notice there is no equivalent of this in the modern western world. They lament the lack of a symbolic activity to build up young men's confidence as they enter ... Book Review: Killing Lions by John Eldredge & Sam Eldredge

'Yomi 'Segun's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/21 Danny Conner wrote: With a title like Killing Lions it better be an epic book, and thankfully the combo of John and Sam Eldredge do not disappoint. Simply put, this book is about everything that is so easy to struggle with as a young guy like myself. The overall message of this book is simple: men are different then boys. ... SPANKIN NEW BOOK REVIEW OF KILLING LIONS BY JOHN AND SAM ELDREDGE

Danny 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/19 Jerry Hillyer wrote: Title: Killing Lions Authors: John Eldredge & Sam Eldredge Publisher: Thomas Nelson Year: 2014 Pages: 188 Killing Lions at Ransomed Heart [Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book from Thomas Nelson BookLook Bloggers program in exchange for my fair and unbiased review of this book. I ... Book Review: Killing Lions

Jerry's Rating:

2 Stars

On 10/17 fblife wrote: Killing Lions is a departure from Eldridge's normal writing style.  This book is a conversation between John Eldridge and his son Sam who is in his 20'sEldridge gives honest insight to his son who discusses his college and post college struggles in his journey to learn what a Man of God is and how ... Book Review: Killing Lions

fblife's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/17 Holly Frady wrote: There are a lot of books coming out geared toward men and masculinity. It makes sense that more authors would chart out this territory as "self-help" books had long been one where women were the primary buyers. My only question is it women hoping men will read these books buying them, women reading them ... Book Review: John and Samuel Eldredge's Killing Lions

Holly Frady's Rating:

3 Stars