BIBL 610 LEADERSHIP ETHICS IN THE OLD TESTAMENT: Theology of Leadership Ethics Essay
This course explores specific sections within the Old/First Testament that describe and prescribe the ethical values of God and the diverse depictions of leadership and their varied outcomes. The course examines in general contemporary ethical theories an
Theology of Leadership Ethics Essay
The final assignment of this course constitutes a culmination of all your research conducted in the Introductory Reading Assignment, the Interpretation Assignments, and the Courseroom
Discussion. This is a 10-12 (no more than 14 pages) formal essay using proper APA style. The basic content of the essay includes:
Description of Your Interpretive Method (1½-2 paragraphs)
Theological Description of Yahweh as King and Lord (1½-2 pages)
Theology of Ethical Leadership (7-9 pages)
Description of the O/FT’s Vision of Ethical Leadership (2½-3 pages)
Description of the O/FT’s Vision of the Ethical Nature and Purpose of the People of God (2½-3 pages)
Description of Personal Ethical Life (2½-3 pages)
The specific content instruction rubric is posted in the final week on the Moodle page.
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