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Definitions of captivating in various dictionaries:
verb - attract
adj - capturing interest as if by a spell
CAPTIVATING - Captivating: Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman's Soul is a book published in 2005 by John Eldredge and his wife Stasi. The book rejects the idea of an...
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|Jul 7 2014 The Guardian - Quick crossword|
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|Capable of attracting and holding interest charming.|
|capturing interest as if by a spell|
|capable of attracting and holding interest charming.|
|attract and hold the interest and attention of charm.|
|that captivates fascinating|
|beautiful showing great beauty|
|Present participle of captivate.|
Captivating: Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman's Soul is a book published in 2005 by John Eldredge and his wife Stasi. The book rejects the idea of an ideal woman and explores biblical scripture from the view that God desires woman to embrace her glory, rather than fear her femininity. Captivating is a companion to Wild at Heart, also by John Eldredge, and argues that its model of femininity complements men's innate desires for a battle to fight, an adventure to live, and a beauty to rescue.|
* The authors use scriptural analysis, personal experience and interviews with others as the basis for their argument. The book has received considerable criticism from people both within and outside the Christian sphere. Many argue that the authors' personal experiences add too much bias to a book intended to address wide human conditions; many others find fault with the authors' scriptural analyses.*