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Fully Alive

Fully Alive

A Biblical Vision of Gender That Frees Men and Women to Live Beyond Stereotypes

by Dr. Larry Crabb

Discover who you were truly meant to be and how you were truly meant to live.

About Fully Alive

About Fully Alive

In Fully Alive, author and psychologist Dr. Larry Crabb offers a life-changing, biblically dependent understanding of gender uniqueness.

Fully Alive: Read an Excerpt

Fully Alive: Read an Excerpt

What does it mean to be fully alive for God's glory as a male or female? Are you fully alive in your maleness or femaleness?

What People Are Saying

What People Are Saying

Read what husbands, wives, couples, singles, and church leaders are saying about Fully Alive.

New Way Ministries

New Way Ministries

Visit the website of Dr. Larry Crabb here.

Book Club Roundtable

A Valuable Discussion-Starter

A Valuable Discussion-Starter

Michelle Van Loon

Fully Alive had helpful insights I plan to go back and contemplate, particularly in the section about how fear warps who God has created us to be. 

Looking at Gender Through the Lens of Love

Looking at Gender Through the Lens of Love

Frank Viola

The book is filled with stories from Larry Crabb's career as a psychologist. If you're interested in the gender debate, you'll want to talk a look at this.

Embodied Souls, Fully Alive

Embodied Souls, Fully Alive

Bethanie Ryan

One of the strangest things I encountered as I read this book was the similarities between Crabb's views on the body and Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body. 

A Relational View of Gender

A Relational View of Gender

Tim Suttle

Crabb's trying to bypass hierarchical, complementarian, and egalitarian views of gender and work toward a relational understanding of gender.

Dr. Larry Crabb on Being Fully Alive

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