The religious leadership of John Weasley
Armstrong, Clinton Cornelius
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The problem of this dissertation is the comprehension of the nature and scope of leadership, particularly religious leadership in terms of the principles and theories of sociopsychological data. This study aims to explore, examine and evaluate diverse theories and principles of leadership and to describe the character an thought of a person. John Wesley, in whom these principles have apparently converged, producing traits of a religious leader, those interpersonal relations proved effective in influencing others. The study will help us to understand better John Wesley's leadership methods and techniques and the psychological insight derived from it will enable us to develop religious leaders to challenge the crisis of our age.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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