The Good Book on Leadership: Case Studies from the Bible

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B&H Publishing Group, 2005 - Business & Economics - 266 pages
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The Bible is replete with leaders—the good, the bad, and the ugly—and they all have a lesson to teach. However, a closer examination of these personalities reveals much about the character of leadership.

The Good Book on Leadership examines these leaders on a case-by-case basis to unveil the biblical models for leadership. These models apply not just to pastors but also to business, sports, overnment, and even the military. God’s Word provides us with what we need to know—for any situation—to provide godly leadership and guidance.

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Just okay, not much depth

User Review  - Brad Cowie - Christianbook.com

It's okay but not much depth and very little actual textual interaction. It's sort of "pop leadership with prooftexts" (maybe "prooftexts" is unfair, but hopefully you get the idea). I had hoped for a bit more robust interaction with Biblical texts on leadership. So, it's okay, but not great. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

John Borek is President Emeritus of Liberty University. He holds a Ph.D. in business administration.He resides in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Danny Lovett has led Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary since 1996. His previous books include Rod of the Spirit: A Journey into the Spirit-Filled Life and Jesus Is Awesome: Christian Life and Evangelism. He resides in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Elmer Towns is dean of the B.R. Lakin School of Religion at Liberty University, which he cofounded with Jerry Falwell. His books include Fasting for Spiritual Breakthroughs, Praying the Lord's rayer for Spiritual Breakthroughs, and Praying the 23rd Psalm. He resides in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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