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


Hebraic leadership is rooted in the hebraic world view. It starts with the way or the lens that people see the world. It’s about cosmology and how ones worldview and understanding of the universe drives how the person operates in leadership. Hebraic leadership is not about jewish religion, tradition or the Hebrew language, but it’s about the map used to make sense of the world. The hebraic world view is opposite to the caos of the barbaric method which is realism and whose God is power. It’s also different from the greek philosophical method of idealism and liberalism that is based in reason. The Hebraic map is different, it do not worship power neither reason, but the God creator of the universe. So it’s a tradition based in God revealing Himself to man through the profits in the book we call bible. There are five simple pillars of hebraic leadership: Deity, history, personality, plurality and responsibility. So the Hebraic Leadership lean on history, wisdom, integrity, morality, ethics and the Word of God. In doing so it has a highly view of man thus so it seeks justice, good of the community operating in humility and training the next generation to walk in responsibility, moving to it’s destination that is the great History of God.