|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Not only is bad logic but it seems like John Eldredge just failed the test of basic theology.
In his book, Wild at Heart, John Eldredge dives into the concept of a man's heart and how God created it with a wild side on purpose.
It is also a great book for women to read so that she can better understand the men in her life, including her sons.
This was for my 17 year old that was reading it with his small group from church. He really enjoyed it and it was a great book to read and discuss as a group.Published 1 day ago by Elizabeth A. Bulger
I was not raised in a Christian home, not anywhere even close. I always believed in something, but really had no clue. Read morePublished 1 day ago by K. McArthur
I started reading the book “Wild at Heart” the beginning of my senior year. I’ve been questioning alot in my life dealing with school, sports, grades, my future, my character,... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ben W
This book provided insight for me, and a perspective on raising my son that I did not previously have. Read morePublished 7 days ago by David
Not accurate at ALL. This is a waste of time for anyone who is serious about their walk with God.
This is a very worldly approach and encourages pride. Read more
My boss told me to read this. Excellent help for men but also helps women understand men.Published 8 days ago by BJ H.
Although from a Conservative Evangelical perspective, with an antiquated binary gender role assumption and ignorance of the real issues faced by GLBT Christians, there are good... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Derek J. Quinn
This is the best book that I've ever read on understanding men and how boys are raised. I've given it to several friends.Published 9 days ago by Judith Herschell