Bad to the Bone
The following draft book is indeed a commentary on The Bible and to some will seem a little out of place on a charitable foundation for political leadership website. There is merit in that argument, however I as the author feel sincerely that leadership in every facet of life, family, education, religious, and political is being severely strained from lack of a moral compass. Some will say, “This is not new” and correctly but certainly we have seen an acceleration of this problem in recent years. There was a time in America’s history when the family and educational institutions recognized that the Bible and its moral codes were central to the strength of our nation and its government. We are loosing that notion rapidly. One reason our religious organizations lose the fight is division among the different groups. There is a church on every street corner with few agreeing on anything. The world desperately needs to restore the original Church that Christ died for and the Apostles and disciples established in the 1st Century. It had a simple autonomous organization, plan and mission unlike the modern organizations polluted by mans dreamed up, do your own thing doctrines. Our political and family leadership is fairly caught up in the failures of our moral values that have resulted from the convoluted doctrines of divided/denominated religious leaders. “Bad to the Bone”, yes we all fall far short of who we need to be as leaders.
The conclusions drawn by the writer in this Commentary were carefully formed and surely personal. I invite your critical comment on this sites space for interaction. Perhaps the writer may learn from your perspective. I do encourage each one commenting to seek the whole truth of Bible teachings in forming their conclusions and applying those Bible truths to their leadership opportunities wherever they may find them. It is ever so easy for one to take a simple phrase from the Bible and form a whole theocracy from it without giving a thought to its context or other text on the subject. Regardless of your religious perspective: Never fail to lead for if you look back you will always find someone following.
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