John Eldredge “Dzikie serce. Tęsknoty męskiej duszy”. 3 likes. Book. Dzikie serce. Tęsknoty męskiej duszy. likes. Głęboko w swym sercu każdy mężczyzna tęskni za bitwą, którą mógłby stoczyć, przygodą, którą mógłby. Święty Romans: Jak Znaleźć się Bliżej Bożego Serca (The Sacred Romance: Dzikie serce: Tęsknoty Męskiej Duszy (Wild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a .

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Beside the Bible, one of the things that has had the greatest influence on my life, helping to define who I am as meskjej man of God, has been the book Wild at Heart by John Eldredge. God designed men to be dangerous, says Eldredge. In this provocative book, Eldredge gives women a look inside the true heart of a man and gives men permission to be what God designed them to be—dangerous, passionate, alive, and free. This book tesknotj written in English.

Once that is known, locating copies is usually not too hard. With the help of Google sefce some friends in other parts of the world, so far I have located eighteen: You can click on the cover art of any of the books to see a larger picture. The Afrikaans version is named, Die ongetemde hart.

This name is very similar to the German version. Probably because the two languages are very similar. The cover art is the same as the English version.

The cover art is reminiscent of the Russian version with a horse on it. I have no idea if the book is available in more locations. I would imagine that it is. Interestingly Amazon in China does not carry it. I love the cover art. It is just waiting to explode. I have found it on two Czech web sites, although it may be available on more. I think this stems from the the first thoughts of the book, how man was created outside of the garden of Eden and placed into it by God after tsknoty was created.

The cover art makes me think xerce spies or secret agents for some reason. Below are two websites fesknoty carry it. The Dutch version is named, De ongetemde man.

The cover imagery is good eyeball grabbing stuff and would hopefully get a guy to stop and look. It is readily available tesknotg many Dutch Netherlands websites. Below are two that carry the book. The Finnish version is named, Villi ja vapaa. It is readily available on Finnish book-seller mezkiej. Below are two sites that carry the book. The French version is named, Indomptable: The Secret of the Masculine Soul. Amazon in France carries it as do several other sites. The cover art is a very similar theme to the English version.


I have found it on several sites including some used copies on Amazon. A guy alone, doing nothing. I think they could have come up with a much better theme here. The book is available at the following websites and more.

The translator must be broken on this one. It is not too easy to find on the web, but the following sites claim they have it. The Polish version is named, Dzikie serce. The cover art, in my opinion is rather uninspiring. Perhaps that is the paradigm that they worked from, staid, academic, dutiful. It is readily available on several Polish websites.

The Portuguese version is named, A grande aventura masculina. I like the art on this one. It shows the back of a man, equipped for nearly anything. He is standing, pondering the next move he must make. Good use of imagery. It is available from Thomas Nelson and other book publishers. The cover art does a good job of drawing me into the book. It makes up for the lack of inspiration on the main title.

It is available online at several sources. The cover art, with the horse silhouette, follows the theme of unbridled, so I would be inclined to think that this was the thought behind the name translation. I found it on several Russian language websites. The sword on the cover reminds me of the battle that we all must fight. Our mightiest weapon is the the sword — the spoken word of God.

There are a few sites that carry it, and there is a website that has more information about the message of getting your heart back. It appears as though the creators of the site also conduct boot-camps. This website links to a group that conducted a retreat in October of Hopefully there will be more.

The price was certainly right, only 40 Euros. Apparently there is no imagery issue between these two languages and it did not require a title alteration. This version is readily available in the United States due to the high Spanish-speaking population. One of my favorite online sources for books is ChristianBook. The cover art appears to be a volcano. UnfortunatelyI can only find a thumbnail image of this book-cover. I did find the following websites listing the book in Swedish.


I know that the translator is a bit whacked.

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Um, Google might want to work on that one a bit. The cover art is beautiful. It does a great job of portraying adventure, the grandeur of nature, and focusing the idea or attention toward God. It is available from the following websites and others. If you know of Wild at Heart in any other languages, and where it can be located, please let me know the name and ISBN if you can vzikie it. If you will look up Nate Shattuck in Atlanta Georgia he might be able to sdrce you since he has been translating Wild at Heart into foreign languages for several years now.

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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Wild at Heart Beside the Bible, one of the things that has had the greatest influence on my life, helping to define who I am as a man of God, has been the book Wild at Heart by John Eldredge.

The book… …a guide to understanding Christian manhood and Christian men, offers a refreshing break from the chorus of voices urging men to be more responsible, reliable, dutiful … and dead. Thanks go to Tomas Sopko for sending me the Czech title. Thanks go to Eric Crump for sending me the French title. Blessings to you, Jan. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.

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