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Leadership in the Church for a People of Hope
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Leadership in the Church for a People of Hope

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T&T Clark 2011

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Overview

This volume offers a practical and theologically sound introduction to leadership in the church. Authors Mervyn Davies and Graham Dodds explore church leadership in the context of the twenty-first century and discuss how to adapt while still maintaining the fundamentals. Without simply importing a secular model, this work gives lessons from contemporary leadership studies and insights from the social sciences and history.

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Key Features

  • Provides a sound introduction to leadership in the church
  • Explores church leadership in the context of the twenty-first century
  • Presents lessons from contemporary leadership studies

Contents

  • Church and Society: The State We’re In
  • Ecclesiology and Mission
  • Growing the People of God
  • Foundational Roles in the Church
  • Leadership in Change
  • Re-membering the Laity
  • Breathing Together: Laity and Clergy Doing Theology and Mission
  • Newman’s Theology of Education and the Church as a Learning Community
  • God, Ministry and Time
  • Resurrection Leadership

Praise for the Print Edition

In times of tumultuous change—especially for the church—either insulation or invention is a natural response: reverting to assertions about eternal truth, or casting about in hopes of catching current wisdom. This book takes neither course; rather, by surveying a wide range of theologians from ages past and present, it provides an historical warrant for employing creative imagination in developing Christian leaders. This book is an especially articulate appeal for the role of empowered lay leadership in the reformation of the Church

—David J. Schlafer, Homiletical Formation

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About the Editors

Mervyn Davies is scholar-in-residence at Sarum College, Salisbury, and honorary senior lecturer in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Bristol University, UK.

Graham Dodds is principal of the School of Formation, Diocese of Bath and Wells, and an advisor of the bishop of Bath and Wells in educational matters.

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