The Soul of Manhood
One of the many unreasonable demands, which constantly confront an African American male, is the necessity to prove that he is a real man. (While this may seem inconsequential, it really isn’t!) This culturally infused compulsion is undergirded by his instinctive impulse to demonstrate his manhood. This often results in behaviors that are deemed socially inappropriate or generally unnecessary. As a result of how he sees manhood grossly differing from what others demand of him, he then becomes confused and believes that negatively standing out translates into standing up and being a man. This book is designed to help steer men into their divine roles as protectors, providers, and priest within their homes, communities, and churches.