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It's a Guy Thing: The Essential Guide: Helping Guys Become Men, Husbands, and Fathers

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ISBN: 0768423716 We are losing a generation of men. Not to drugs, not to crime, but to fatherlessness. What we have instead is a generation of boys, raised by women, who don't know what it is to
Paperback, 183 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Destiny Image Incorporated (first published September 1st 2000)
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Bart Breen
May 23, 2012 Bart Breen rated it really liked it
Iron Man Material that hits the Mark

There's several things you can say about this book that would be right on the mark.

1. It's a decidedly Christian Book written by and targeted to those familiar with the Promise Keepers/Iron Man movement.

2. As such it is unapologetic in the values it promotes and is designed to promote a value system as well as helpful hints related to parenting for a Father.

3. It is written in response to the idea that a patriarchal or Christian value based family is not desir
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English author, who has written several novels on the nation's lad culture at home and abroad. His debut work of fiction, The Football Factory, was made into a controversial film, directed by Nick Love and starring Danny Dyer. He now owns and operates London Books, an imprint company reissuing classic novels. He is listed as a supporter of No to EU – Yes to Democracy.
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