Divine Leadership: What the Westminster Divines Taught

Beginning in 1643, leaders from the Erastian, Presbyterian, and Independent churches in England and Scotland were called by Parliament to assemble a doctrinal statement forthe Christian church. In this monumental work of theology, the "divines" taught "divine leadership." In a few sentences in their "larger catechism" they constructed a beautiful statement of God's call to … Continue reading Divine Leadership: What the Westminster Divines Taught

[Un]Repentance: The Mark of [Toxic]Leadership

For those who want a biblical picture of a toxic leader, there is always Saul - the king. Saul was the first chosen King of Israel around 1050 BC. He was tough, good looking, and attractive to the Israelites who sought to be like the nations around them by having a king go out to … Continue reading [Un]Repentance: The Mark of [Toxic]Leadership