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Father Hunger

Father Hunger Why God Calls Men to Love and Lead Their Families

By Douglas Wilson
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.01 Stars

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On 3/2 Peter Butler Jr. wrote: Do fathers really matter? Douglas Wilson points his readers to the baptism of Jesus and the proclamation of God the Father loving His Son as being the archetypal portrait of the need for fathers (1) – both for families to have fathers and for men to responsibly be father to their families. Wilson, ... Father Hunger

Peter 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/4 Matthew Snyder wrote: Is it far from reality to admit that fathers are a dying breed in our country. When trying to imagine what a father should be there are not a lot of good resources out there. As part of a small men’s group that I am involved in we have been trying to figure out what a Goodly Father should be. In ... Father Hunger

Matthew's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/22 donyes wrote: Author Douglas Wilson does a superb job in illuminating the results of absent Father's and the damaging affects it has not only on the individual, but also society as whole. I felt that Wilson did an excellent jobwith his research and articultaed/supported it very well in throughout this book. I would ... Hungry for a Spiritual Father

donyes' Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/19 Jason wrote: I initially became interested in reading Douglas Wilson's book Father Hunger for two reasons: 1) I came across an interview with Wilson where he mentioned G.K. Beale's excellent work We Become Like What We Worship in reference to his work on fathers. 2) I have been realizing ... Book Review: "Father Hunger" by Douglas Wilson

Jason's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/18 J.J. Shimko wrote: This book was provided to me by Thomas Nelson Publishing (Booksneeze) to review. I found it difficult to work through. I have had it for a while trying to read. I found myself not always agreeing with the tone used. Father Hunger, I found not always helpful to me as a father trying to be and do what ... Father Hunger: Why God Calls Men to Love and Lead Their Families By Douglas Wilson

J.J.'s Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/13 Brian Hinkley wrote: It has taken a while to get through this book. I initially chose this book because I have two step sons and two young daughters. Having a blended family is challenging and I know I need to be a better father; especially to the boys since they rarely see their natural fathers. The biggest challenge for ... Father Hunger

Brian Hinkley's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/12 cmullisjr wrote: It’s no secret fathers are a dying breed. Not actually fathering a child but being a father. Men who have been called by God to lead their families and their children according to Scripture. In Doug Wilson’s book Father Hunger, he addresses the call to being a father based on God’s Word and His ... Informative and Challenging

cmullisjr's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/8 Caleb Shoemaker wrote: *Disclaimer*I received a copy of this book for review from Thomas Nelson Publishing. Below is my unbiased review of the title.Father Hunger, by Douglas Wilson was a well written, engaging, and challenging treatise on the role of fathers in the lives of families. Where so many families in North America ... Father Hunger

Caleb's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/6 Nate Claiborne wrote: On the plus side, Wilson is a superb writer and entertaining to read. He is provactive in both his thinking and his rhetorical flourishes. He is writing about an important problem in our culture and he not only outlines the problem in multiple arenas, he provides a biblically grounded solution. On the ... Father Hunger: Why God Calls Men To Love and Lead Their Families

Nate Claiborne's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/1 abbie Riddle wrote: A fatherless generation is now having children creating yet another generation of fatherless children. Since 2000 there have been numerous books, seminars, sermons and conferences over this very subject. The epidemic touches nearly every family in this nation in some way form or fashion. Now add to ... Father Hunger, Douglas Wilson

abbie's Rating:

5 Stars