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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Warrior's Manual: The Ancient Paths of the Warrior King for the Warrior Bride is a Christian non fiction work by author Dustin Hedrick. It is the author’s philosophy that, in the modern world, Christian churchgoers experience their religion as a passive force, and so Hedrick’s book aims to revive faith through a conscious study of the Scriptures in order to understand what real commitment to faith is. The book also relates this in depth experience to the author’s own life and provides a singular look at the power religion has to change us as people. It is a somewhat radical, determined viewpoint, but the author does remark that not everyone will agree with his views.
Dustin Hedrick is a man truly committed to his faith, and those who share his ideology will find his unpicking of Biblical concepts interesting. As with all devotional interpretations of Scripture, the author’s viewpoint adds a critical dimension to what the Bible teaches, applying it to what he perceives as the problems Christians face in the modern world, where it appears to be seen as shameful to actively practise faith. For me, the writing was a little too conversational in places, taking the central message off topic, but other readers are sure to make a deeper connection with Hedrick and his ideas because of this. Overall, The Warrior's Manual: The Ancient Paths of the Warrior King for the Warrior Bride will prove an insightful and thought provoking read for anyone looking to explore a new angle to their faith.