You are the Messiah and I Should Know Paperback
Why Leadership is a Myth (and Probably a Heresy)
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You are the Messiah and I Should Know
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You are the Messiah and I Should Know by Justin Lewis-Anthony was published by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC in April 2013 and is our 57295th best seller. The ISBN for You are the Messiah and I Should Know is 9781441186188.
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You are the Messiah and I should knowMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
Based on the author's PhD thesis this is an interesting and intriguing book that certainly would be of interest to film buffs, lovers of western movies and to those into leadership and management books and issues - oh and of course to those interested in the church and its management structure and style.
Lewis-Anthony does propose a couple of ways to read the book at the beginning. One for if you are more interested in the movies and myth element of the book's hypothesis (namely that American movies have brainwashed us into a mythic ideal of leader that just isn't real), and another for if you are more motivated by the mission and management discussion - a sort of choose your own chapter reading. I have to be honest - having read it straight through I would say that it's probably a little more enjoyable to do it the chapter choice way, even if you do read both sets! Truthfully the book would have been better written in two sections.
All said it was an interesting book to read and does have many insights to offer forward.
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Details for You are the Messiah and I Should Know
|Author / Artist||Justin Lewis-Anthony|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||320|
|Page last updated||1st July 2016|