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You are the Messiah and I should know: Why Leadership is a Myth (and probably a Heresy)

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Every human endeavour, from a primary school to the government, needs leadership. The Church believes itself to have a clear understanding of what constitutes Christian leadership, but advocates of leadership have been unable to give a clear, concise and universally accepted definition of the term.

Justin Lewis-Anthony argues that our understanding of both secular ('manager
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 6th 2013 by Bloomsbury Continuum (first published April 11th 2013)
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Jonathan Rodebaugh
Sep 02, 2013 rated it really liked it
This books was not necessarily what i expected, and although that is the case, i still find myself drawn to complete it. The funny part is that in the end it may be exactly what i expected, just a different route to get there. Either way i am enjoying my read and expanding my vocabulary. This book started out very technical with scholarly overtones. Early Lewis-Anthony appears to quote some "theologians" that i find less than integrous to orthodoxy. After the initial chapter or so, the book take ...more
David Herbert
Nov 27, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is a very interesting take on leadership questioning the church's obsession with leadership. Leadership principles need scrutinising for their cultural influences - particularly westernised/Western models. His argument is worth following into the clearing he finds in films such as "The Way" and "of Gods and Men".
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