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Pauline theology of church leadership

Clarke, Andrew D.

Pauline theology of church leadership

by Clarke, Andrew D.

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Published by T & T Clark in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Epistles of Paul -- Theology,
  • Christian leadership

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographic references (p. [190]-199) and indexes.

    StatementAndrew Clarke.
    SeriesLibrary of New Testament studies -- 362, T & T Clark library of biblical studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2655.L42 C53 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 212 p. ;
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16659735M
    ISBN 100567045609
    ISBN 109780567045607
    LC Control Number2008295897

    E. Earle Ellis is the author of numerous works on New Testament studies and is research professor of theology emeritus at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He attended several universities in the United States in Europe, including the University of Edinburgh, where he earned a Ph.D. in /5. The following is a portion of a chapter I wrote in Biblical Leadership: Theology for the Everyday Leader (Edited by Benjamin K. Forrest and Chet Roden, Grand Rapids: Kregel, ). The section below is the conclusion to the chapter. In the earlier part of the chapter, I survey positive and negative aspects of the leadership of Saul, David, and Solomon.

    Recent leadership trends have brought good to the church, but they need to be reevaluated under a holistic biblical model so that the driving purposes are Christ’s. Leadership styles in biblical literature. Much has been made of the leadership styles and principles of such biblical heroes as Moses, David, Paul, and Jesus. considering Pauline theology, the theology of the church is perhaps the most dominant aspect of theology in the Pastorals. It has been an important indicator for modern scholarship in determining the nature of the author’s theology. In terms of the question of the PE in relationFile Size: KB.

    leadership in Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians. 1. Whittington posits that we can discern ten aspects of Paul’s leadership style from his writings. 2. At least four challenges belie attempts to describe Paul’s leadership style. First, how societies viewed leadership two millennia were somewhat differentFile Size: KB. Christian living is theology in action. The Christian life involves both belief and practice. The depth and sincerity of one’s doctrinal belief is revealed by the quality of his life. On the other hand, vital, dynamic Christian living will be rooted in a.


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Unlike many popular works describing current models of leadership, Clarke keeps his focus on the Pauline corpus with an eye to the changes, if any, in Paul's description of leadership across time/5(3).

A Pauline Theology of Church Leadership fills an important gap in contemporary scholarship by collating the fundamental teachings of Paul on an important ecclesiologial theme Clarke's compilation of Pauline leadership principles is an excellent contribution in many ways.

It seeks to recover from Paul's critical responses, his generic ethos of church leadership, including the ideal qualities, characteristics and task of leaders and the nature of appropriate interaction and engagement with church members. In the light of current, theoretical discussions about power and gender, the study focuses particularly on Paul's attitude towards hierarchy, egalitarianism, authority, Pages:   A Pauline Theology of Church Leadership book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Scholarly studies consider Paul's views on leaders /5(8).

A Pauline Theology of Church Leadership. Scholarly studies consider Paul's views on leadership tend to fall into one of three camps: 1) the historical development view, which in large measure identifies developments in church practice with developments in Pauline and deutero-Pauline ecclesiology; 2) the synchronic, historical reconstruction, typically making use of Graeco-Roman.

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Scholarly studies consider Paul's views on leadership tend to fall into one of three camps: 1) the historical development view, which in large measure identifies developments in church practice with developments in Pauline and deutero-Pauline ecclesiology; 2) the synchronic, historical reconstruction, typically making use of Graeco-Roman, social context sources, or social-scientific modelling /5(3).

A Pauline Theology of Church Leadership fills an important gap in contemporary scholarship by collating the fundamental teachings of Paul on an important ecclesiologial theme Clarke's compilation of Pauline leadership principles is an excellent contribution in many ways.

A Pauline Theology of Church Leadership. Andrew D. Clarke. Book Details. Series: The Library of New Testament Studies Categories: Church Leadership. Book Information. Scholarly studies consider Paul's views on leadership tend to fall into one of three camps: 1) the historical development view, which in large measure identifies developments in Author: Andrew D.

Clarke. Scholarly studies considering Paul’s views on leadership tend to fall into one of three camps: 1) the historical development view, which in large measure identifies developments in church practice with developments in Pauline and deutero-Pauline ecclesiology; 2) the synchronic, historical reconstruction, typically making use of Greco-Roman, social context sources, or social-scientific.

A Pauline Theology of Church Leadership Clarke, Andrew D. London: T&T Clark, pp. vii + $ Series Information Library of New Testament Studies, Description: Scholarly studies consider Paul’s views on leadership tend to fall into one of three camps: 1) the historical development view, which in large measure identifies.

theology in the leadership context. Yet, the number of books describing the problems of leadership, the lack of moral and ethical clarity in the principles and practices of 21 Paul Hershey and Ken Blanchard, Management of Organizational Behavior (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Inc., ).

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Pauline Christianity or Pauline theology (also Paulism or Paulanity), c.q. [clarification needed] Gentile Christianity, is the theology and Christianity which developed from the beliefs and doctrines espoused by the hellenistic-jewish Apostle Paul through his writings and those New Testament writings traditionally attributed to him.

Paul's beliefs were rooted in the earliest Jewish. One of Paul’s fervent followers wrote the book of Acts, which gave Paul legendary status with its glowing portrayal of him as the hero of the church. Later, four unknown writers gathered scraps of information about Jesus and wrote books they called “Matthew,” “Mark,” Luke,” and “John”—but Paul’s theology, already dominant in.

The key to Pauline theology is to be found in Paul’s thought regarding Jesus Christ, and is prob. most aptly expressed in the apostle’s frequently repeated phrase “in Christ.” Paul’s theology is Christocentric and his religion a life lived in communion with and response to his exalted Lord.

“This fascinating book is a fairly comprehensive biblical theology of leader - ship. With a stellar contributor lineup of outstanding Old Testament and New Testament scholars, this book is arguably one of the most text-driven and thus truly biblically-based book on “biblical leadership” in print.

Cov. The Leadership Series is an excellent tool for equipping a wide spectrum of church leaders, including those pursuing roles as pastors, missionaries, evangelists, and church planters.

Series I These courses are designed to help train those who desire to be part of a leadership and ministry team that is one-minded in ministry vision and philosophy.

In this series of lessons, we're going to explore The Heart of Paul's Theology. We've called this first lesson, "Paul and His Theology." We'll begin this study by looking at Paul's life and writings to find the essential elements in his theology.

We'll touch on three main subjects.the Pauline statements that appear at first glance to prohibit women from some ministries. The rest of chapter four investigates three central texts on women in Paul: 1 Corinthians on head coverings, 1 Cor b on silence in the church, and 1 Tim. on women not teaching or exercising authority over men.Scholarly studies consider Paul's views on leadership tend to fall into one of three camps: 1) the historical development view, which in large measure identifies developments in church practice with developments in Pauline and deutero-Pauline ecclesiology; 2) the synchronic, historical reconstruction, typically making use of Graeco-Roman, social context sources, or social-scientific modelling.