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Why Men Hate Going to Church

Why Men Hate Going to Church

By David Murrow
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.96 Stars

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On 4/11 Cole Phillips wrote: Have you noticed that there are generally more women than men involved in today’s churches? While we understand that men and women are both important, this growing trend is unhealthy, destructive, and counterproductive. In David Murrow’s insightful book, Why Men Hate Going to Church, he explores ... Why Men Hate Going to Church

Cole's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/15 Matthew Tilley wrote: Men hate going to church because church represents everything that natural men are against. Church–even at its worst–confronts the ugliness of sin. Unfortunately, some have the idea that if we just adjusted the church environment, people will flock to the church. I recently read a book, called “Why ... Book Review: Why men hate going to church

Matthew's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/16 Jeff LeMaster wrote: Take a look around your typical American church this Sunday. How many men do you see? If it is like most churches across the country, the the bulk of the adults will be women. Women fill the pews. Women bring their children. Women fill most of the volunteer positions. Where are the men? What is ... Is church only for girly men? (Why Men Hate Going to Church - book review)

Jeff LeMaster's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/17 Ms Maisie wrote: I chose this book to read worried that maybe it wasn't for me (being a woman) but I was wrong. It's really a book for everyone. I was hoping it might be helpful for me as a wife and mum of three boys and I was right. David Murrow has written 'Why men hate going to church' to address the glaring problem ... Loved it!

Ms Maisie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/11 The WordCaster wrote: There use to be an SNL skit about two muscle bound men who made fun of the scrawny wimps they dubbed "girly men." When I was not living the life of a committed disciple of Jesus Christ, I bought into the wimpy Christian stereotype. Little did I realize the grievous error I was making. Murrow brings some ... Book Review: Why Men Hate Going to Church, by David Murrow

The WordCaster's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/11 Shola Joseph wrote: Being in the ministry,one can't help but wonder the number of men versus women in the church. For a long time i have often wondered if lack of leadership or submission has cause this predicament.As I read this book I thought about my church and other churches I've visited. I realized that all Christian ... Should men hate going to church?

Shola's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/17 beneames wrote: David Murrow begins this book with the harsh reality that most churches have fewer men than women, and because of this and various other reasons, church has gradually grown to reflect this. Church has largely become a place where women are comfortable and men are not. And thus begins a downward spiral. ... Men and Church

beneames' Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/10 Jesse McKendree wrote: Why Men Hate Going to Church By David MurrowThis book, in a very simplistic form, is basically the author’s view that the church is overly feminine, has been since the Victorian Era, and became increasingly more feminine during the Industrial Revolution.  He supports his view by showing a values ... Why Men Hate Going to Church

Jesse's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/22 Grace Community Bible Church wrote: This is what I learned from Why Men Hate Going to Church by David Murrow. The church system is designed to reach a certain type person, mostly women. Men really don't hate God, Christ, the Bible or Christianity, they don't like the system, which they feel unneeded. Men are looking for adventure, risk, ... Why Men Hate Going to Church

Grace Community Bible Church's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/22 Steve Parker wrote: Christianity is not attractive to men at the moment. In fact, men hate going to church, according to David Murrow, the author of Why Men Hate Going to Church. Murrow argues that Christianity has become feminized since the industrial revolution to such an extent that men are leaving in droves or avoiding ... Passionate, simplistic but some gems

Steve's Rating:

3 Stars