Man to Man: Chuck Swindoll Selects His Most Significant Writings for Men

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Zondervan, Apr 27, 1998 - Religion - 384 pages
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Today men hear dozens of conflicting voices telling them how to be men. They're told to go out and beat the tribal drums or become sensitive New Age followers or dig deep into their psyches to find the macho warrior within. It all sounds good on paper, but it isn't so helpful when it comes to living authentic lives. Man to Man talks about real issues, real feelings, real life -- connecting with the felt needs of men right now where they live and work. This down-to-earth collection of insights from Chuck Swindoll offers practical inspiration for the working man, the single man, the husband, the father, the son -- any man who wants to live well and enjoy life to the fullest. Now in softcover.

 

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User Review  - Tony - Christianbook.com

This is a man's must-have book! Charles Swindoll covers individual topics (i.e Anger, etc.)in 3-5 page, easy to read segments. I have purchased mulitple copies of this book for male friends & family members. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Masculine Model of Leadership
14
Relaying the Truth 3 5
35
Integrity
41
Holding Things Loosely
74
Taking Time
92
Restraint
129
Testing Our Balance
149
When Following Seems Unfair
239
Loneliness in Leadership
260
Operation Relaxation
279
Group Numbing
303
The Tongue of the Wise
319
The Tailors Name Is Change 3 3 9
339
Someday
360
Copyright

The Winsome Witness
172

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About the author (1998)

Charles R. Swindoll was born on October 18, 1935 in El Campo, Texas. After his duty in the Marine Corps, Swindoll entered the Dallas Theological Seminary and graduated with several honors including the Harry A. Ironside Award for Expository Preaching and the Faculty Award for Most Outstanding Graduate. Swindoll became a pastor in several churches across the United States, and later became president of the Dallas Theological Seminary in 1994. He has written over 60 books and booklets and was chief editor of The Living Insights Study Bible.

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