Friday, May 30, 2008

The Last Men's Book You'll Ever Need

Dave Moore has a new book out that looks quite good: The Last Men's Book You'll Ever Need.

It's divided into six parts, exploring your relationship with: (1) God; (2) family; (3) others; (4) work; (5) time; and 6) things. It's serious Puritan-esque theology told in a non-Puritan way (chapter titles include, "'Narcissistically Wounded Men' and Other Screwy Ideas," "Storming the Castle of Unbelief," and "A Pooping Elephant Is at Your Dinner Party."

Below is a description of the book and the author:

Product Description
Guys might hate asking for directions, but they certainly won’t resist the guidance found in The Last Men’s Book You’ll Ever Need. Author David Moore combines his Bible scholar background with a humorous Dave Barry-esque style of writing that makes sensitive subjects like sexual temptation, love of money, busy-ness, and “the shrinking American soul” much easier to ponder and improve upon.
And the seemingly playful title is actually based on a strong thread of sincerity. Moore is concerned about the overabundance of spiritual “how-to” books that fail to put enough emphasis on the sufficiency of the Bible. “One very clear tactic of the Enemy is trying to get us away from the simplicity and purity of devotion to Christ,” he says.
Put first things first with The Last Men’s Book You’ll Ever Need.

About the Author
David Moore is founder and president of Two Cities Ministries and holds degrees from Arizona State University, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. His dynamic speaking schedule has taken him to Canada, Mexico, Poland, and Croatia, and he has led chapel services for several Major League Baseball and National Football League teams. Moore lives with his wife and two sons in Austin, Texas.

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Pub. Date: May 2008
Type: Paperback
Price: $12.99 (Amazon: $9.61)