Manhood Realities - 33_volume1_session1

33 The Series - VOL 1 - A Man and His Design  •  Sermon  •  Submitted   •  Presented   •  32:08
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What is the current state of manhood and how did we get here? Buy session 1 because it sets the backdrop for the problems that you as a man need to solve and opportunities that you as a man need to seize.

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authenticmanhood.com • Other volumes of 33 The Series • Online video and audio downloads • “Share Your Story” with others • Men’s Fraternity Classic curriculum volume • Men’s Fraternity Classic and 33 The Series mobile apps TM 1 Training Guide a man and his design Ma n h o o d R e a l i t i e s | Training Guide notes Manhood Realities 5. Men are ___________________________. 6. Men are turning to escapes to numb the pain. 7. Confused men create major ______________________. For example: I. Introduction session one | Our world desperately needs better _____________________. II. Current Manhood Realities 1. Men are in a state of _______________________. • 2. Men are experiencing a general disappointment with life. 3. Men are experiencing ________________________. 4. Men are lonely. • “Gender is the single best predictor of criminal behavior: men commit more crime, and women commit less. This distinction holds throughout history, for all societies, for all groups, and for nearly every crime category.”3 8. Without a compelling ______________________ for manhood, men will settle for less in life. 1 2 3 pa g e 8 Recent statistics reveal that 90% of murders are committed by men. 88% of robberies are committed by men,1 and 75% of all people arrested are men.2 U.S. Department of Justice, “Crime in the United States.” Table 42. Online: http://www2.fbi.gov/ucr/cius2009/data/table_42.html. U.S. Department of Justice, “Crime in the United States.” Overview. Online: http://www2.fbi.gov/ucr/cius2009/arrests/index.html. Darrell Steffensmeier and Emilie Allan, “Gender and Crime,” in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, ed. Joshua Dressler (Macmillan Reference, 2002), 728. a man and his design | pa g e 9 Ma n h o o d R e a l i t i e s | Training Guide notes Manhood Realities 5. Men are ___________________________. 6. Men are turning to escapes to numb the pain. 7. Confused men create major ______________________. For example: I. Introduction session one | Our world desperately needs better _____________________. II. Current Manhood Realities 1. Men are in a state of _______________________. • 2. Men are experiencing a general disappointment with life. 3. Men are experiencing ________________________. 4. Men are lonely. • “Gender is the single best predictor of criminal behavior: men commit more crime, and women commit less. This distinction holds throughout history, for all societies, for all groups, and for nearly every crime category.”3 8. Without a compelling ______________________ for manhood, men will settle for less in life. 1 2 3 pa g e 8 Recent statistics reveal that 90% of murders are committed by men. 88% of robberies are committed by men,1 and 75% of all people arrested are men.2 U.S. Department of Justice, “Crime in the United States.” Table 42. Online: http://www2.fbi.gov/ucr/cius2009/data/table_42.html. U.S. Department of Justice, “Crime in the United States.” Overview. Online: http://www2.fbi.gov/ucr/cius2009/arrests/index.html. Darrell Steffensmeier and Emilie Allan, “Gender and Crime,” in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, ed. Joshua Dressler (Macmillan Reference, 2002), 728. a man and his design | pa g e 9 Ma n h o o d R e a l i t i e s | Training Guide notes III. Historical Roots of Our Present Manhood Crisis Extended Adolescence Racism session one | 1. 5. 2. The Industrial Revolution IV. Conclusion 1. You need to show up. 3. The War Years 2. You need a team. 4. Feminism 3. pa g e 1 0 Preview of future sessions. a man and his design | pa g e 1 1 Ma n h o o d R e a l i t i e s | Training Guide notes III. Historical Roots of Our Present Manhood Crisis Extended Adolescence Racism session one | 1. 5. 2. The Industrial Revolution IV. Conclusion 1. You need to show up. 3. The War Years 2. You need a team. 4. Feminism 3. pa g e 1 0 Preview of future sessions. a man and his design | pa g e 1 1 Ma n h o o d R e a l i t i e s | Training Guide notes DISCUSSION / REFLECTION QUESTIONS 1. Why did you join this manhood journey? What expectations do you have personally? session one | Your Strategic move 2. What stood out to you the most from session one? SUPPORTING RESOURCES 3. Are you experiencing any of the current “manhood realities” discussed? Cross, Gary. Men to Boys: The Making of Modern Immaturity. Columbia University Press, 2008. A historian’s explanation of extended adolescence. Kimmel, Michael. Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men. Harper Collins, 2009. A sociologist’s perspective on extended adolescence. Piper, John and Wayne Grudem, eds. Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism. Crossway Books, 2006. A collection of articles by evangelical scholars countering the claims of evangelical feminism. 4. Have any of the historical roots of our current manhood crisis affected you, if so how? Rhoads, Steven E. Taking Sex Differences Seriously. Encounter Books, 2004. An analysis of the scientific evidence demonstrating that male and female role distinctions are based in biology and are not merely socially constructed. Sommers, Christina Hoff. The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism is Harming Our Young Men. Simon and Schuster, 2001. Philosopher Christina Hoff Sommers discusses the negative effects of feminism on men. Wise, Tim. White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son. Soft Skull Press, 2008. Reflections on the advantages and disadvantages of race from a prominent antiracist author. The content in the supporting resources above does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Authentic Manhood. Not all of the books are written from a Christian perspective. Readers should use these books as resources but form their own opinions. pa g e 1 2 a man and his design | pa g e 1 3 Ma n h o o d R e a l i t i e s | Training Guide notes DISCUSSION / REFLECTION QUESTIONS 1. Why did you join this manhood journey? What expectations do you have personally? session one | Your Strategic move 2. What stood out to you the most from session one? SUPPORTING RESOURCES 3. Are you experiencing any of the current “manhood realities” discussed? Cross, Gary. Men to Boys: The Making of Modern Immaturity. Columbia University Press, 2008. A historian’s explanation of extended adolescence. Kimmel, Michael. Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men. Harper Collins, 2009. A sociologist’s perspective on extended adolescence. Piper, John and Wayne Grudem, eds. Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism. Crossway Books, 2006. A collection of articles by evangelical scholars countering the claims of evangelical feminism. 4. Have any of the historical roots of our current manhood crisis affected you, if so how? Rhoads, Steven E. Taking Sex Differences Seriously. Encounter Books, 2004. An analysis of the scientific evidence demonstrating that male and female role distinctions are based in biology and are not merely socially constructed. Sommers, Christina Hoff. The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism is Harming Our Young Men. Simon and Schuster, 2001. Philosopher Christina Hoff Sommers discusses the negative effects of feminism on men. Wise, Tim. White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son. Soft Skull Press, 2008. Reflections on the advantages and disadvantages of race from a prominent antiracist author. The content in the supporting resources above does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Authentic Manhood. Not all of the books are written from a Christian perspective. 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