Whether or not that is a good thing may be a matter of debate. It is a fruit of biblical investigation and reflection on our own experiences. The first chapter provides definitions and discussions on the nature of leadership and stakes a claim as to the importance of its study.
Chapters three and four provide the unique contribution that the book makes to the subject at hand. It is an exercise in cultural analysis and theological exploration. In these chapters the authors attempt to highlight overt spiritual, theological, and religious dimensions of leadership.
Following the chapter on case studies of model leaders Franck Buchman, Soren Kierkegaard, Janet Hagberg, and Gordon Cosbythe book concludes with a a very brief chapter reflecting on how to nurture the kind of Christian leadership the authors advocate. ISBN much to our benefit.
Ledbetter think that the subject of leadership is one of those topics worth revisiting, and they do so in their book, Reviewing Leadership: Posted on November 13, by igalindo It seems despite voices of woe in the industry the number of books put out by publishers, in any number of fields, will not be abetting anytime soon.
And it is this confessed subjectivity that yields some of the few least helpful portions and conclusion in the book.
The critical reader, however, will be able to overcome those sections and focus on some of the more substantive and insightful contributions the authors make in this study.
The brevity of the coverage leaves curious gaps in the scope of leadership studies, as well as an absence of mention of some arguably influential leadership theories and schools. The fifth chapter discusses how to translate theories of leadership into practice through the advocacy of three ethical Christian dimensions: In this short book, Banks and Ledbetter do two things.
In the second chapter the authors offer a brief historical interpretive overview of leadership, limiting the scope to a biblical context and to the last century. It is derived from current writings on leadership and personal observations of exemplary role models.
The first two chapters provide a background to the study on leadership that the authors develop.View Notes - 4 MAT book review from APOL at Liberty University.
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Banks received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge and is serving as director and dean of Macquarie Christian Studies Institute in Sydney, Australia. Ledbetter received her Ed.D. from Pepperdine University and is the former director of the De Pree Leadership Center at Fuller Theological Seminary.
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4-MAT Book Review Banks 2 Abstract In the book “Reviewing Leadership” by Robert Banks and Bernice M. Ledbetter, it discusses the importance of a spiritual leadership. In this book we see there are more social issues being addressed than from a. 4-MAT Review System: Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity Keyanna Hawkins Liberty University A 4-MAT Review System: Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity Summary In the book Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity, David N.
Entwistle explores the relationship between theology and .Download