For some time, I have been – slowly – working on a book on biblical leadership and would like your input.
Beginning in Exodus with Moses directing Joshua to lead the battle against the Amalekites and ending with Moses on the mountaintop in Deutoronomy, the book will explore the relationship between Moses, Joshua and the people BEFORE Moses dies and Joshua assumes the mantle of leadership.
It is a walk through the narratives and – through the lens of leadership – it explores the interactions of Moses, Joshua and the people, as the leadership baton is passed from one generation to the next. The book will look particularly at the relationship between Moses and Joshua as a possible model for intergenerational leadership.
I have two questions (maybe three). First, does this sound like a book that would interest you and, if so, why? Second, would you be more inclined to buy it if were primarily a walk through the narratives or one that was set up as a bible study or included a study guide?
All comments, questions and critiques appreciated.