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What’s my problem with the weird books that tell men how to be men? Bill Delvaux joins Dave and me in the studio to talk books for men, faith, and gender stereotypes (a little). Listen in as we discuss:
- What I (Aaron) really thinks ofWild at Heart
- How guys use busyness as a way to avoid having to deal with personal issues
- The problem with most books directed toward men
- Our fascination with Jeff Goldblum and Nicholas Cage
- How mythical stories can help us better understand our wiring as men
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A few of the books we mentioned on this episode:
- Heroic by Bill Delvaux
- Lilith, Phantastes, and The Golden Key by George MacDonald
- The Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu
- Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood by Aimee Byrd
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