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Spiritual Practices of Christian Leaders

Protestant communities may be moving away from the head-based faith of John Calvin toward the heart-based faith of John Wesley in response to the emerging post-modernism of contemporary American society. This article, on the website of Faith & Leadership, an offering of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity, explores the role of spiritual practices in the lives of Christian leaders such as Jim Wallis and Tony Campolo, and examines the importance of taking time to engage in spiritual disciplines.




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