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Every Man's Battle

Winning the War on Sexual Temptation One Victory at a Time

Author Stephen Arterburn, Fred Stoeker with Mike Yorkey
Narrator Dean Gallagher
Runtime 6.75 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date November 16, 2011
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

Millions have found Every Man's Battle the single greatest resource for overcoming the struggle and remaining strong in the face of temptation. With extensive updates for a new generation, this phenomenal bestseller shares the stories of dozens who have escaped the trap of sexual immorality and presents a practical, detailed plan for any man who desires sexual integrity.

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The challenge every man faces...the fight every man can win!


From movies and television, to print media and the Internet, men are constantly faced with the assault of sensual images. It is impossible to avoid such temptations... but, thankfully, not impossible to confront them and gain victory over them!


Millions have found Every Man's Battle the single greatest resource for overcoming the struggle and remaining strong in the face of temptation. With extensive updates for a new generation, this phenomenal bestseller shares the stories of dozens who have escaped the trap of sexual immorality and presents a practical, detailed plan for any man who desires sexual integrity.

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Perfect
It's an extremely practical book that totally changed my life.
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Review by / (Posted on 2/5/2013)
Frank and relevant
Some solid advice
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Review by / (Posted on 2/15/2012)
Cold shower method
After reading this book as part of a men's fellowship group, I would NOT recommend it. There is some good advice but the premise is flawed. This is a book about creating and following rules, accountability groups and taking cold showers. The book implies that you need to clean up your life as if the primary objective of Christian living is to avoid sin. Our prime objective ought to be to grow closer to God by trusting him and let him transform us. Our attempts at "good works" and "righteous living" are likely to fail. Remember what Jesus said to the Pharisees who thought they were so righteous because of their observance of the law. If someone needs help in this area, go see a Christian counselor. They can get to the root of the problem and treat that problem (for example lack of intimacy in marriage) rather than try to mask the symptoms of the problem through so-called "holy living."
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Review by / (Posted on 2/4/2012)
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