I truly appreciate your elucidation on the definition of Hebraic leadership. It is very true that Hebraic leadership pushes its leaders to act in the world to further the kingdom while simultaneously building the leader’s connection to God and the Abrahamic tradition of Christianity. Even though I think that Hebraic leaders are susceptible to some of the dangers of current politics due to their humanity, I agree with your presumption about these leaders’ acquisition of “situational awareness”. Hebraic leaders must know the history of Kingdom work or God’s work in the world through his disciples. In understanding that human nature tends to stay the same through the ages, Hebraic leaders should be more equipped to handle situations better than those who are not such leaders.