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Reply To: After taking this course, in your own words, please define Hebraic leadership and what it means to you.

Girien Salazar

Hebraic Leadership is the intentional undertaking of the Christian to embrace the Hebraic traditions of the Faith in order to best navigate his community through the Christian path toward the New Jerusalem, whose maker and builder is God. The Hebraic Leader ponders his place in time, the dilemmas that surround him, and takes decisive action toward and not away from crises that pervade the temporal world. He reflects the character and wisdom of Christ in decision making and looks to the example of the Hebraic leaders in the Old and New Testaments who have gone before him and have lived by faith and communion with God. The Hebraic leader does not rely on his own senses to make sense of the world, but rather examines the Bible and looks to the history of Judeo-Christian traditions and understandings of God’s relation to man and the world. The Hebraic leaders accepts responsibility for the paradoxes he encounters, his relationships with his neighbors, and his place and duty at the head of God’s creation.