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The Mark of a Man by Elisabeth Elliot

The Mark of a Man (1981)

by Elisabeth Elliot

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  BookstoogeLT | Dec 10, 2016 |
You can find my full review at Quieted Waters.

Elisabeth Elliot is a treasure from a bygone era, although she still lives and writes in ours. Her active, living faith shapes her life in a profound way, and her traditional, biblical view of manhood and womanhood hearken back to a time before modern feminism.

Men and women steeped in feminism and liberal equality will not enjoy The Mark of a Man, but traditional Christians with a complementarian view of the sexes will find a treasure in its pages. ( )
  QuietedWaters | May 22, 2013 |
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1. The way things are

2. Equal in being created

3. Equal in image

4. Equal in moral responsibility

5. The inequalities

6. The maker of distinctions

7. Just a person

8. The trouble we're in

9. A local vertical

10. The ancient story

11. Too wonderful for Solomon

12. Nothing buttery

13. Masculinity means initiation

14. Femininity means response

15. The design

16. Divine imagery

17. Prejudice or gift

18. Two theaters

19. The cast

20. Not merit, but order

21. A take-charge man is a servant

22. The word spoken

23. Right and wrong

24. Authority is a source of power

25. Initiation into manhood

26. The toute to life

27. Authority is fitting

28. Who does the wooing?

29. Authority means sacrifice

30. Leadership through suffering

31. Trustees of the mystery

32. Courtesy

33. From silken self

34. Endurance

35. Heroes

36. Manliness means obedience

37. Forgiveness

38. Tenderness

39. Love is a refiner's fire

40. Making love or loving

41. Having a family

42. A checklist

43. How to help with the checklist

44. When you don't understand her

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In a world where men and women are encouraged to reject traditional sex roles, Elisabeth Elliot candidly reminds men why the sexes are not equal and interchangeable. Written as personal advice to her nephew, The Mark of a Man reveals the glory and purpose of true masculinity. With Christ as the example of the ultimate man, this classic take on understanding a man's role in life and relationships, romantic or otherwise, helps men define their own masculinity in a positive way. This timely repackage encourages men to stand strong in their unique role established by God for all time.

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