McCasland (Oswald Chambers: Abandoned to God) vividly brings to life 20 parables and stories from the Bible, recasting them in modern times with modern people and usually in the business world.
There is, by the way, no really good reason why these stories should matter more to men than to women. Any busy person in the developed world in the 1990s could find them engaging either as daily devotionals or as inspiring moral tales.
The first story, for example, a retelling of the Parable of the Rich Fool, lulls one into thinking of the “evils” of temptation for busy jetsetters before revealing itself as a setup for an abrupt, sharp and very biblical ending on a transoceanic airliner.
Each parable is followed by its complete text from the Bible, and each is short, snappy and very readable.