Chivalry by Zach Hunter ~ Review

Chivalry: The Quest for a Personal Code of Honor in an Unjust WorldMy review:
I didn't know exactly what to expect when I picked up this book, but I had a feeling that it would be good, but it surpassed my expectations and turned out to be excellent!

Mr. Hunter challenges our generation to be kind, civil, honorable, and chivalrous human beings in a world that is far from noble and is in need of modern day knights, young woman and young men who will step up to their full potential to fight for what is right.

Being Chivalrous doesn't just mean standing up and being brave in an unjust situation, but it also means living an honorable life even when no one is looking, or quietly refusing and putting a stop to heartless gossip behind someone's back. It's not just about manners, it's a way of life.

Mr. Hunter does a great job of providing examples of ways that we can become more chivalrous, in a relatable and honest way. I think that's one of the things I liked the most about this book was the way that Mr. Hunter presented it. He was honest and let the readers know that he was just like us struggling to live his values in a fallen world. Being chivalrous is hard, but it is possible with God's help. Are you ready to take the chivalry challenge?

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