Biblical Leadership

by Benjamin K. Forrest & Chet Roden     |     Book Summary


Author: Benjamin K. Forrest & Chet Roden
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Date: November 28, 2017
Pages: 537

Book Summary of Biblical Leadership by Benjamin K. Forrest & Chet Roden


Bookstores and libraries are full of books that teach the secrets of good leadership. They gather wisdom from people like business gurus, military geniuses, and coaching superstars. They boil down great leadership to a few principles. They promise that if you will just lead like this or that person, then you will be guaranteed success.

Unfortunately, many Christian leaders’ bookshelves are filled with these secular guides. They absorb worldly wisdom and try to marry it to biblical wisdom through syncretism.

The big question is: Doesn’t God and His Word have anything to say about leadership? The answer is a resounding “Yes!”

Biblical Leadership is an extensive exploration of leadership through the whole Bible from Genesis to Revelation. About 30 authors contributed to this great work that is both theologically deep and practically applicable.





Biblical Leadership

by Benjamin K. Forrest & Chet Roden

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Biblical Leadership by Benjamin K. Forrest & Chet Roden

AuthorBenjamin K. Forrest & Chet Roden
PublisherKregel Publications
DateNovember 28, 2017
Pages537


Overview:

Bookstores and libraries are full of books that teach the secrets of good leadership. They gather wisdom from people like business gurus, military geniuses, and coaching superstars. They boil down great leadership to a few principles. They promise that if you will just lead like this or that person, then you will be guaranteed success.

Unfortunately, many Christian leaders’ bookshelves are filled with these secular guides. They absorb worldly wisdom and try to marry it to biblical wisdom through syncretism.

The big question is: Doesn’t God and His Word have anything to say about leadership? The answer is a resounding “Yes!”

Biblical Leadership is an extensive exploration of leadership through the whole Bible from Genesis to Revelation. About 30 authors contributed to this great work that is both theologically deep and practically applicable.