The Coming Revolution of Men Who Care…
This book starts our with an Edmund Burke quote, which is apt:
“When bad men combine, the good must
associate; else they will fall, one by one,
an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.”
Yeah. Heck yeah, and amen. I’m really thrilled to see publishers putting out books for men, urging them to a biblical and masculine way of life. I’m tired of feminine men. Or else macho guys who do more harm than good. This Kenny Luck guy wrote a doozy. It’s a good book, really. It would make a great gift for your sons, sons-in-law, grandsons, husband, etc.
There are 10 chapters after the introduction. Each chapter has a title beginning with Powerful- , like Powerfully Impacted Women, which is what we would like men to be- impactful. Most men have daughters, right? A good daddy can change a corner of the world. Each chapter is themed as well, like the one I mentioned is “Dignity”, and each has a story: the Arsonist and the Firefighters. That’s chapter 5.
The book is a call to action for men, to be powerfully relevant, to do good works, to be brave and fervent, among others. The point is to change your sphere of influence and address some of the social ills. Lots of scripture in here, not just opinion, and I think well-written and clear. It’s not one of those “churchy- be a nice guy” kind of books. It’s real, deep, and so timely.
Listen guys, you are at your best, your sexiest, and strongest, and most deserving of respect, when you are a just and good man. When you can be tender and loving and a rescuer, and uphold your integrity while helping and guiding others to do the same. This book is inspiration and help to do that.
Now, if only more women would take off their ridiculous pink hats and allow men to be who they are meant to be, while being dignified ladies themselves, we could make a fresh start. I’m not giving up on this younger generation yet, I see good things coming from the young married couples. Read your Bibles kids, there’s my advice. And support authors cranking out excellent and encouraging books like this.
*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for a written, unbiased review. The opinions are my own.
It’s time to wake the sleeping giant in our world, in our communities, in our churches, and in our homes.
There’s a revolution brewing, a sleeping giant coming out of a long slumber. For years men have been sitting to the side, minding their own business, nursing their own wounds. But that time is reaching its end. Our wounds must surely be tended to, and our business must surely be minded. We are meant for greater things than these, and the world can no longer indulge our slumber. Justice demands a response to these troubling times. Righteousness demands a champion to counter a climate of moral relativism. God made us men; it’s time to act like it.
Good men are in high demand but low supply. That reality is creating suffering and injustice at every level of society in every community worldwide. Dangerous Good calls on the millennial generation of men who follow Jesus worldwide to confront that by deciding, individually and as a group, to be dangerous with goodness like Jesus. Here is the next revolution of masculinity the world is waiting for.