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Ethical leadership is not divorced from contexts. Instead, the anchors of creation and eschatology help to provide lenses for appropriate use and modification of leadership models in given contexts. 1 Timothy is analysed as a document that contextualizes and appropriates leadership models from wider Greco-Roman culture for Christian, therefore ethical leadership. Revelation is also studied for its implications on political leadership and the use of power efficiently.
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