Cut To The Chase 0.5 Paperback
Funny, challenging and straight talking for men
by Lee Jackson; Baz Gascoyne;
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Cut To The Chase 0.5
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With ten new chapters, plus amendments and rewrites of their favourite ones, this is a true remix of an out-of-print mens classic that was written as a brutally honest account of what it means to be a Christian man today.
Lee Jackson and Baz Gascoyne have years of experience communicating to a wide variety of audiences, from mens weekends, to golf days, businesses, church groups and youth events. Their communication is visual, creative, challenging and never boring.
Cut To The Chase 0.5 by Lee Jackson; Baz Gascoyne was published by Authentic in January 2009 and is our 19240th best seller. The ISBN for Cut To The Chase 0.5 is 9781860247323.
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Cut to the Chase 0.5Terry Young, via The Good Book Stall
This book comes in two versions: an easy-read (red) mini-book and a longer (blue) paperback. In that spirit, I left the red book lying around and concentrated on the blue version. As a book by men for men, it casts a wry spiritual gaze on some very earthy material – from sexual fantasies to physically filthy work in a steelworks. Chapter 2 (Don’t go breaking my heart) epitomises the style – well told stories that have you in stitches and bring you close to tears before switching on an eternal light at the end. It won’t appeal to everyone – film buffs, for instance, will get more from it than bridge players – but it is full of excellent illustrations, quotations and questions for discussion groups. And the red book? My teenagers tell me it is spot on. Totally remixed version of title of same name ISBN – 978-1-860-24733-0
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Details for Cut To The Chase 0.5
|Page last updated||11th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Lee Jackson; Baz Gascoyne|
|Publisher||Authentic (January 2009)|
|Number of Pages||240|