The Four ‘Leadership’ Faces of Ezekiel 1, Ezekiel 10, and Revelation 4 Paralleled by the Four Gospels

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Part of the Christian Faith Perspectives in Leadership and Business book series (CFPLB)

Abstract

This chapter presents The Four ‘Leadership’ Faces of Ezekiel 1, Ezekiel 10, and Revelation 4 Paralleled by the Four Gospels. The four faces represent a lion, an ox, a man, and an eagle. Each face is a metaphor of what a leader or manager needs to be—all at the same time. The lion metaphor implies strength and confidence, the ox metaphor implies work, service, and dedication, the man metaphor implies humanity and caring, while the eagle metaphor implies keen vision and awareness of both the immediate and future environment.

Work Cited

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Regent UniversityChesapeakeUSA

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