Item description for Fantasyland Faith- The Redemptive Role of Ethical Lectors within Neurotic Church Systems by Jeffrey Pugh...
Organizational decline is often viewed as an inevitable regression. This research, based upon a study of five free church communities addresses the psychodynamic and cultural nature of neurotic groups which underwent healthy transformation. This is significant since the leaders of such churches by definition have little by way of legitimate authority by which to 'levrage' change. The work shows the richness of insight derivable from an interplay of family systems, cultural and psychodynamic lenses including Bion, Kets de Vries and object relations theorists. The narratives show that ethical leaders have a catalytic role in fostering renewed cultures by addressing regressive aspects, especially those suffused within a repressive dogma. Pugh explores the overlap between the ensuing culture and the relational attributes of the Trinity as explicated by Volf and Moltmann. A set of hopeful prescriptions for the leader or intereventionist is proposed. The work has relevance to researchers and leaders who seek to renew all types of organizations, particularly those whose declines stem from deeply embedded and ideologically justified neuroses.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.4" Width: 6.5" Height: 1.2" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 11, 2007
Publisher VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K.
ISBN 3836428962 ISBN13 9783836428965
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