Leading With Everything To Give Pb Paperback
Lessons from the Success and Failure of Western Capitalism
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Leading With Everything To Give Pb by Simon P. Walker was published by Intervarsity Press in January 2009 and is our 26006th best seller. The ISBN for Leading With Everything To Give Pb is 9781903689455.
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Leading with Everything to GiveIan Gibson, via The Good Book Stall
This book is very up to date as it challenges the lessons we have learnt from the success or failure of western capitalism and places them into a biblical and scriptural landscape. The third of a trilogy, this book completes the work begun by Walker who previously taught us how to look at our psychological self and then look at a new approach to leadership, now looking at the world we have inherited and how we will place it in the future. Walker likes to map out his arguments based on his ecology mapping process, a process that needs to be understood if you are to get the whole gist of his argument, perhaps needing to read the first two books to be comfortable enough to apply the map to these arguments. The book is without doubt a challenge to us, not just as individuals but also to the society in which we live, from the crumbling foundations of imperialism and the effects of capitalism, to the future state we need to preserve if we are to exist as a human race. He does not forget the place of God in this equation and that is the challenge to us as Christians and believers in a future world where our children will grow up in.
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|Page last updated||21st June 2012|
|Author / Artist||Simon P. Walker|
|Publisher||Intervarsity Press (January 2009)|
|Number of Pages||160|