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Seven Men

Seven Men And the Secret of Their Greatness

By Eric Metaxas
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.48 Stars

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On 10/9 Offset Innocence wrote: Eric Metaxas has become one of my favorite authors over the years and for good reason. In his writing, he is never satisfied with simple or trite answers. He takes the time and invests the effort to go deeper - to search out the heart of the matter and communicate in a way that makes his readers want ... Well Researched and Wonderfully Written

Offset Innocence's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/4 Gena Mayo wrote: I have a wonderful book to review today: 7 Men and the Secret of Their Greatness by Eric Metaxas. My first experience with Eric Metaxas was a children’s book he wrote about Squanto, the Indian who helped the Pilgrims survive in the new year. He revealed what most historians leave out today about ... 7 Men and the Secret of Their Greatness

Gena's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/24 Cliffymania wrote: Seven Men and the Secret of their Greatness is not just another book on leadership, or success, or fame and fortune. This book has real heart and its intent isn't to make you more successful, but to simply shine a light on the path to being a better man. Eric Metaxas has already written extended biographies ... It's the Secret Everybody Knows!

Cliffymania's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/1 Pastor Al wrote: Summary Eric Metaxas brings his skill as a writer and researcher to this excellent series of biographies. Each man’s story is told with care, accuracy and depth, giving us important insights and reflections on their life and spiritual journeys. Each chapter stands on its own as a great piece of writing ... Powerful and Inspiring

Pastor Al's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/17 Jeremy Riley wrote: What makes a man? There has been a lot of ink spilt over that very question lately within Christian circles. There have been books, blog posts, and conferences centered on this question. Eric Metaxas grappled with this same question in his excellent book Seven Men and the Secret of their Greatness ... A Review of Eric Metaxas Seven Men

Jeremy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/3 Jimmy Proulx wrote: Metaxas introduces the idea that in today's society there are not many men who have a lifestyle worth emulating. Too many men today are corrupt, selfish, they worship themselves, they seek their own fame and glory. They have no idea what it means to sacrifice. By their definition, they have twisted what ... Seven Men And The Secret of Their Greatness

Jimmy Proulx's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/22 Paul Stohler wrote: I LOVED Eric Metaxas‘ book Bonhoeffer. I mean, I am talking a seriously life changing book. So, when his new book 7 Men And The Secret Of Their Greatness came up for review on Booksneeze, I jumped at the opportunity! And I was not disappointed. You must get your hands on a copy! In this book, Metaxas ... My Review Of “7 Men: And The Secret Of Their Greatness” By Eric Metaxas

Paul's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/18 Tony Brackemyre wrote: 7 Men gives a brief look into the lives of seven men who influenced the people of their time period and whose impact still endures today. Most readers will recognize the names of the men in this book, but probably don’t know a lot about each man’s story. The men featured in the book are George Washington, ... 7 Men Review

Tony's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/18 Tyler Bryant wrote: Seven Men: And The Secret Of Their Greatness is a collection of bite size biographies on seven of the most influential men who have lived. The common thread that runs through them all is the bravery with which each man stood up for what he believed. None of them were perfect, but each one fought in his ... Book Review: Seven Men by Eric Metaxas

Tyler's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/16 ThatGuyKC wrote: There are questions that strike to the core of every man's being. Beyond wondering "Why am I here?" these questions are a heavy burden on the shoulders. Answering them pierces the soul like a sword. What is a man? What makes him great? Pat answers and cliches are thrown around, but addressing ... 7 Great Men and Their Secrets

ThatGuyKC's Rating:

5 Stars