What if the good life has less to do with prestige and plenty and more to do with prudence, hope and faith? Would you still want a guide to get there? Maybe the idea of a life based on the virtues creates an uneasy feeling. Too hard, you might think, too boring. Robert Lockwood sets the record straight in A Guy's Guide to the Good Life.
Lockwood weaves Scripture, Church teaching and everyday stories-from Babe Ruth's funeral to the author's doomed efforts to make the varsity basketball team-revealing the virtues for what they really are: a call to action and our tie to the living God.
The virtuous life isn't just the good life; it's the best life, the life you were made for.