The Map: The Way of All Great Men

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Mar 14, 2010 - Religion - 256 pages
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A map, written in code and hidden in the gospel of Matthew, reveals a truth so explosive it could rock the foundations of Christianity—or lead to its rebirth.

A cleric appears out of the rain-spattered darkness, bearing a mysterious message: A long-lost map with the power to transform men is on the verge of being discovered. Thrown headlong into a global chase, author David Murrow must race to find the map before it falls into the wrong hands and disappears forever.

The Map, which  begins as an action thriller and then transitions into a modern-day parable, reveals the path every great man – including Christ himself – has walked.

In this dynamic follow-up to the best-selling Why Men Hate Going to Church, Murrow cleverly translates the masculine spiritual life into an actual, ink-on-paper map. Then he shows men where to find the map in the New Testament and how to walk its ancient paths today.


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The path that needs to be taken

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The Map is a good read. I enjoyed the novel portion, which helps depict David’s premise. Then you get a clear and simple unfolding of what the ‘map’ is all about. I’ve worked in men’s ministry for ... Read full review

A thrilling read with real life application

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The Map: The Way of All Great Men, though more intended for a male audience, was a very interesting read. This book was written by David Murrow who is also the author of the popular book, Why Men Hate ... Read full review


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David Murrow is an award-winning television producer and writer based in Alaska, most recently working for Sarah Palin. A best-selling author, he is also director of Church for Men, an organization that helps churches connect with men and boys. David and his wife, Gina, have three children.

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