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J. Allan Petersen
Tyndale House, Jan 1, 1982 - Social Science - 228 pages
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This book deals with topics of concern to every man: the business world, marriage, fatherhod, spiritual goals, and problems of living as a Christian in a secular world.

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The most practical and insightful book I have found for our sons. A Father can't be expected to know how to put into words all that needs to be passed on no matter how educated he is. For a 'tradie" it is near impossible. To live out by example the wealth of knowledge collected in these pages is even harder if you did not have a Father present in your own growing years by which to learn them. Though some of the text may not be everyday english for the 'not-so-highly' educated regular bloke, anyone serious about getting on with life would be wise to look for someone to simplify the text in some places. It is well worth the effort. Thankyou Allen Petersen for putting this info together.  

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The Man and Himself
15
The Man and His Marriage
53
The Man and His Children
85
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