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Max Davis

Host: Dr. Tim Clinton

April 07, 2021

Jesus was the ultimate man's man, a rugged carpenter with calloused hands who drove the money changers out of the Temple with a whip! Yet, He also empowered women, which would have been seen by the men in His day as radical and countercultural. Dr. Tim Clinton and Max Davis, co-authors of Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity, talk about men in the Bible and also recount the final words of King David on his deathbed to his son, Solomon, "Be strong, act like a man, and obey God." While the "cancel culture" may have Christian men on the ropes, history would suggest that they need to stand and fight for God and their families.

Meet the Guest


Max Davis

Max Davis is the author of over thirty-five books. He has been profiled in USA Today, Publisher’s Weekly, and featured on The Today Show and The 700 Club. Mr. Davis holds degrees in journalism and biblical studies. In addition to his own works, Max has contributed to a variety of books by notable leaders. His emphasis is on writing "God stories," be they his own or someone else's. The hallmark of his work is biblical truth. Max lives and works in Louisiana with his wife, Alanna.

The Host:
Dr. Tim Clinton is the co-host of "Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk." He is a licensed professional counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, and widely recognized as an authority on mental health and relationship issues. Dr. Clinton devotes much of his practice to working with Christian leaders and professional athletes. He is president of the American Association of Christian Counselors, the largest and most diverse Christian counseling association in the world. Dr. Clinton served at Liberty University for over 30 years in numerous academic roles, including as a professor of counseling and executive director of the James C. Dobson Center for Child Development, Marriage and Family Studies. Tim and his wife, Julie, have been married for 39 years and together they have two children and one granddaughter.

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