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ENUMCLAW, Wash., Feb. 13 /Christian Newswire/ -- You can transform yourself from “an average man” into one of chivalry. Want to learn how? Author Gary Milby has written the primer on modern-day chivalry. In “The Chivalrous Man: Chivalry and the Godly Man”, he leads men step by step and shows them how every facet of a man’s life can be made to shine with as much character and nobility as any medieval knight ever had.
It is Milby’s contention that chivalry will not only bring the man who pursues it closer to the woman he loves, but also to God. The pursuit of excellence, then, through the exercise of chivalrous behavior, has two important benefits for a man: It enhances his ability to function as an intelligent, considerate, selfless, loving, and emotionally intimate being, and it improves his ability to live wisely, with a greater focus on eternal as opposed to the temporal values.
Knights of old followed a strict Code of Conduct with many key principles. Those principles are as valid today as they were when they were created. Men today must learn what these principles are, along with each’s relevance in their daily lives as men, and then follow them strictly. Milby thoroughly and carefully exposes these tenets to the reader. An Appendix lays out an outline for an eight-week Men’s Bible Study Group. He’s called the session, “Winning the Heart of the Special Lady in My Life.” Along with the study and lots of other practical information, such as a suggested list of meaningful gifts to give, he has included a Bible reading chart to accompany study of the book.
Gary Milby has learned, sometimes the hard way, how to be a man of chivalry. As CEO of Milby and Oliver, Inc., a Las Vegas international attorney executive search firm, he knows how important the qualities of knighthood are in today’s jungle of a world. Milby has taught for 27 years as an adjunct professor of marketing, sales, marketing research, and advertising for eleven colleges and universities, teaching more than 120 courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. It has been his desire for a number of years to write this book.
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