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Four Pillars of a Man's Heart: Bringing Strength into Balance Paperback – January 29, 1999
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However, the other pillars were not nearly as good. Some chapters seemed to be a string of sob stories without a particular point. I'm sure the author was attempting to stir up some sort of emotion, but the application and substance was sorely missing. Additionally, Weber tended to inject his political viewpoints into the book quite a bit. I'm very conservative by nature and even I thought he was a little heavy handed with the propaganda. Considering the glowing reviews on Amazon, I expected a little more from the book. I can't say that I recommend this book as group study, but it may be worthwhile to those who like his style.
showing what happens when those pillars become unbalanced.
Recommended for all men!
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Stu goes back to the owners manual and gives a Biblical perspective of manhood. No wonder it is so hard to find role models for young men. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen Fix
Fantastic book of faith and a great guide for men to know their Savior and Lord. All men should experience this book and often times it is great to do together as a group.Published 8 months ago by Robert Smith
This book made me question all aspects of my life and the current world. It made me analyze myself. The one thing it never did was shake my absolute faith in God. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Selma Shaffer
Stu Weber is a man's man who communicates the Gospel from a warriors perspective. A former soldier and Vietnam veteran turned pastor, Weber is not afraid to "hurt the last... Read morePublished 12 months ago by American Zealot
theme is inspirational but takes to much license with bible text. dont neccesarily agree with conclusionsPublished 13 months ago by charles howard