Ph.D. dissertation, Regent University, 2015
This inductive, qualitative study explores the construct of authentic leadership within the context of organizational leadership as demonstrated within the Matthew 3:11-5:48 pericope. The study asks how this periscope, describing Jesus’ baptism, temptations, subsequent start of ministry, and initial teachings, contributes to our current understanding of how organizational outcomes are affected by leader morality when applied from within the intrapersonal, interpersonal, developmental, and pragmatic perspectives of authentic leadership.
Kalaluhi, Stephen L.
"On Developing a Deeper Understanding of Authentic Leadership: Interpreting Matthew 3:11-5:48 Using Intertexture Analysis and Social and Cultural Texture Analysis,"
Journal of Applied Christian Leadership:
Available at: https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/jacl/vol10/iss1/21