Dr. Larry Crabb is a well-known psychologist, conference and seminar speaker, Bible teacher, popular author, and founder/director of NewWay Ministries. He is currently scholar in residence at Colorado Christian University in Denver, and visiting professor of spiritual formation for Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta. Dr. Crabb and his wife of 46 years, Rachael, live in the Denver, Colorado, area. For additional information please visit www.newwayministries.org.
Fully Alive: A Biblical Vision of Gender That Frees Men and Women to Live Beyond Stereotypesby Dr. Larry Crabb
Author and psychologist Dr. Larry Crabb presents
What makes a man masculine? A woman feminine? Did God design the two genders so differently? If so, why? The answers to these questions will free women and men to gladly embrace all that it means to be fully alive as gendered bearers of God's image who can profoundly impact others for good by the way they relate.
Author and psychologist Dr. Larry Crabb presents a biblically grounded understanding of gender uniqueness. His illustration of a bridge of connection shows how the two genders can relationally come together in God-revealing harmony as they celebrate their God-designed uniqueness. Readers will discover that God created male and female to relate in gender-specific ways to make a difference in others by displaying God's relational character. Crabb clearly shows men and women what it means to live fully alive as feminine women and masculine men.
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This is a great book.
I love Larry Crabb's work and perspective. So, I may be a bit biased. In his latest book, "Fully Alive," Larry Crabb presents a biblically-based and uniquley contemporary view of gender. If you're looking for a new and very relevant perspective on masculinity and femininity, this is the book for you. Let it open your mind!
I am sure the writer is very well intentioned but I just can't even get into the book. I am an avid reader and can get into most anything so this is a fairly new frustration for me especially since I am looking for biblical insight in this area. I find the stories uncompelling and the material bland. Fully aware I couldn't get into the book, what I did read left me questioning the author's assumptions more than noticing any particular insight.