The Map

Posted: April 12, 2010 in For brothers, Other people's writing

The Map, by author David Murrow, is well worth your time. Not just another lame book full of finger-wagging; or cheesy dialogue from yet another wanna-be author in the Christian book circuit full of masculine bromides.

The Map is an examination of God’s way of bringing you on your journey, and how the different places you find on the way speak to different parts of your masculine soul. Along the way you also find a neat understanding of why the Gospel of Matthew seems chronologically incongruous with the other accounts – it was written that way because it was written topically rather than chronologically. I’ll let you discover how for yourself.

The three places: Submission – Strength – Sacrifice.

Just.get.it. Four stars.

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