Volume 23, Number 1 | Spring 2023

Journal of Religious Leadership

Here’s what you’ll find in the latest issue of the JRL.


The Spring 2023 JRL contains four intriguing and helpful. The first article by Neil Dougall lays out a broad understanding of leadership that he hopes will encourage more Christians to see themselves as leaders.

Our second article is offered by Chloe Lynch explores the complicated and ambiguous reality of “Vulnerability in Leadership.”

The third article, “Embodied Influence” by Maros and Dixon, offers a powerful tool by which people can reflect on the distribution and enactment of social power in their groups.

Fourth is an article by John Senior, a white male theologian, examines the structural character of white supremacy and ways that white communities can actively subvert its influence.

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Book Reviews

Emotional Intelligence By: Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves, Reviewed by Jeff Clawson

Circles In The Stream: Index, Identification & Intertext – Reading And Preaching The Story Of Judah In Genesis By: Paul E. Koptak, Reviewed by Neil Dougall

Loss & Discovery: What The Torah Can Teach Us About Leading Change By: Russell M. Linden, Reviewed by Neil Dougall

Navigating The Future: Traditioned Innovation For Wilder Seas By: Ian Parkinson, Reviewed by L. Roger Owens

Normalizing Next: A Post-Covid-19 Resource For Church Leaders By: Olu Brown, Reviewed by Andrew Rutledge

The Church After Innovation: Questioning Our Obsession With Work, Creativity, And Entrepreneurship By: Andrew Root, Reviewed by Thomas F. Tumblin

A Postcolonial Leadership: Asian Immigrant Christian Leadership And Its Challenges By: Choi Hee An, Reviewed by Michael Young

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Previously in The Journal of Religious Leadership