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Man to man...about God

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This is a book by men, for men, who want to know what Jesus has to offer.

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In the rush of modern life, many men simply don't have time for belief in God. Christianity seems old fashioned and irrelevant. Its representatives seem weak and muddled. It is understandable that many conclude it is just a fairy story, suitable only for children and the weak minded.

But when we strip away the clutter of religion and get back to the basics, we discover something completely different. Far from being wet and vague, the Bible writers speak with great clarity about the big issues of life - about certainty, suffering and reality. And at its centre emerges a man who inspires by his wisdom, courage and moral leadership - Jesus Christ.

This is a book by men, for men, who want to know what Jesus has to offer; to hear some hard evidence for faith in him; to hear sensible answers to the big questions of life.

It does what it says on the tin.

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Contents

  • 1. Empty Pleasures - Hugh Palmer
  • 2. How to be a real man - Tim Thornborough
  • 3. Two Men, Two Destinies - Rico Tice
  • 4. Pardon - Matt Fuller
  • 5. The Prodigal Son - Roger Carswell
  • 6. A Fact of Life - William Taylor
  • 7. The Open Door - Richard Coekin

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Contributors Tim Thornborough
ISBN 9781906334024
Format Paperback
First published March 2008
Dimensions 128mm x 198mm x 8mm
Language English
Pages 96
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews


14/02/2022

“A useful book to give to a friend who is not yet a believer.”

It's a book you can give to a man about things that really matter. A number of authors write on different aspects of the gospel, overall a useful book to make the reader aware of vital eternal issues.

(This is very brief; I might have been able to write more if I had known I would be doing a review before I started reading the book.)

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