Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Sydney Anglican Raj Gupta discusses chasms...not the Sydney initiative called GAFCON but the one surrounding the election of Sydney's new archbishop!

Raj Gupta suggests that their are two types of leadership but they are really the same. He argues that Biblical leadership and secular leadership are diametrically opposed but the same.
He states that... On the one hand ... it is pointed out that God has made foolish the wisdom of the world. The power of God comes through the Gospel of Christ, and it is just wrong to pursue anything else. Paul’s method intended that ‘faith might not rest on men’s wisdom, but on God’s power’ (1 Cor 2:5).
Raj explains that ...On the other hand... it is argued that God has embedded wisdom in the creation of the world (Proverbs 8:22ff), and there is a place for us to ‘plunder from Egyptians’ whatever may be helpful, building on and filtered by one’s theological convictions.
Raj concludes with... And indeed, this is said to have tremendous similarities with Biblical leadership. Whatever Christian leadership is, it is at least equivalent to leadership of anything else.

Please! What would Raj know about leadership?
He's not biblically related!
His name is not Jensen! He doesn't have experience in losing $160 million biblical dollars! Silly man speaking from a moderate perspective...he hasn't got his own publishing company that profiteers, whilst church capital disappears?

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