Sunday, August 10, 2008

Book recommendation: Tender Warrior

In line with the previous post, I have decided to recommend a simple practical book (for men of course; sisters please find your own book =P) espousing the complementarian position. It is a book that I have bought and read quite a long time ago (>5 years ago), but anyway it should be good for those who want to have an easier to understand and practical book on biblical manhood.

So anyway, for those who are interested, Stu Weber's Tender Warrior: God's Intention for a Man is indeed an interesting, practical and good book on the topic of biblical manhood. It really helped me back in my teenage years when I was struggling with such issues.


Pablo said...
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PuritanReformed said...


I have deleted your comment. If you have not noticed, this blog have rules, and one of them that you have broken is to character assassinate someone, in this case me. If you want to believe in the rantings of a pelagian gnostic heretic, carry on. That is not Christianity, and will lead you in the broad road to destruction in eternal hellfire. May God grant you repentance and faith to eternal life in Him.

vincit omnia veritas said...

Seems like one of Edmund's "friends" has decided to hit your blog :)

As usual, anonymous cowards come in all shapes and sizes.

But Pablo beats them all ... even his "blogger" profile is "secret."

What can I say?

PuritanReformed said...


actually, I don't know. Perhaps is is one of the AODMers... The Emergents, pseudo-Emergents and their allies are not known to be particularly godly in their conduct...

vincit omnia veritas said...


Pablo IS from Edmund's blog :)

That's for sure.

PuritanReformed said...


Oh, ok. I haven't been there for ages; have better things to do than watch them degrade themselves.