Religious Leadership: A Reference Handbook

Editor/Author Callahan, Sharon Henderson
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Single-User Purchase Price: $488.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $732.00
ISBN: 978-1-41-299908-3
Category: Religion & Theology
Image Count: 11
Book Status: Available
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This 2-volume set within The SAGE Reference Series on Leadership tackles issues relevant to leadership in the realm of religion. It explores such themes as the contexts in which religious leaders move, leadership in communities of faith, leadership as taught in theological education and training, religious leadership impacting social change and social justice, and more.

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Table of Contents

  • Editorial Board
  • Foreword - Lucretia McCulley, Consulting Editor
  • Introduction - Sharon Henderson Callahan, Editor
  • About the Editor
  • About the Contributors
  • Volume One Formal and Informal Religious Leadership in the U.S. Context
  • PART I. THE U.S. RELIGIOUS CONTEXT
  • 1 The U.S. Mainline Protestant Context - David E. Eagle, Duke University
  • 2 The African American Context - Michael D. Royster, Prairie View A&M University
  • 3 Evangelical, Pentecostal, and Megachurch Movements - William Svelmoe, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana
  • 4 The Jewish Context: American Jewish Leadership - Lance J. Sussman, Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
  • 5 Roman Catholic Trends - Tom Roberts, National Catholic Reporter
  • 6 Emerging Paradigms of Catholic Leadership - Marti R. Jewell, University of Dallas, School of Ministry
  • 7 Catholic Multicultural Trends - Faustino M. Cruz, Seattle University
  • 8 Islamic Leadership in America - Jane I. Smith, Harvard Divinity School (Retired)
  • 9 The Asian Religious Context: Focus on Hinduism - Deepak Sarma, Case Western Reserve University
  • 10 Religious Leadership in the Latino/Latina Community: Leadership as Service - Jeanette Rodriguez, Seattle University
  • PART II. FORMAL AND INFORMAL LEADERSHIP IN SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS
  • 11 Pastoral Leadership in Mainline Protestant Churches - Lovett H. Weems Jr., Wesley Theological Seminary
  • 12 Innovations in Mainline Protestant Leadership - Anthony B. Robinson, Congregational Leadership Northwest
  • 13 The Evangelical Leader - Russell W. West, Asbury Theological Seminary
  • 14 The Pentecostal Leader - Virginia A. Christel, Valley Forge Christian College
  • 15 Missional Leadership - Alan J. Roxburgh, The Missional Leadership Institute
  • 16 The Roman Catholic Lay Leader - Sharon Henderson Callahan, Seattle University
  • 17 Roman Catholic Ordained Leadership - Barbara Williams Eckert, Catholic Leadership Institute
  • 18 Christian Biblical Understandings of Leadership - Dwight J. Zscheile, Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • 19 Understanding Jewish Biblical Leadership - Daniel A. Weiner, Temple De Hirsch Sinai, Seattle
  • 20 Qur'anic Leadership Bases: Prophets as Visionary Leaders in Challenging Times - Louay M. Safi, Georgetown University and University of Hamid Ben Khalifa, Doha, Qatar
  • 21 African American Islamic Leadership - Aminah Beverly McCloud, DePaul University
  • 22 Muslim Leadership in the U.S. Context - Altaf Husain, Howard University
  • 23 Rabbinic Leadership and the Future of the American Jewish Community - Sid Schwarz, The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership
  • 24 Leadership Language for the Reform Rabbinate - Madelyn Mishkin Katz, Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles
  • 25 Leadership Within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Robert L. Millet and John Hilton III, Brigham Young University
  • 26 Leading Historically Black Church Congregations - Mary Dana Hinton, Mount Saint Mary College
  • 27 Leading Black Baptist Churches - Donnie Moreland, Prairie View A&M University
  • 28 Native American Leadership - Ted Fortier, Seattle University
  • 29 Latin American Congregational Leadership - Elizabeth Conde-Frazier, Esperanza College of Eastern University
  • 30 Hawaiian Religious Leadership - Regina R. Pfeiffer, Chaminade University of Honolulu
  • 31 Leadership in a New Church - David T. Olson, Evangelical Covenant Church
  • 32 Buddhist Leadership in the United States - Phramaha Boonshoo Sriburin, Wat Dhammaram, Chicago
  • Spotlights - FORMAL AND INFORMAL LEADERSHIP IN SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS
  • 33 Women Leaders in Evangelical Congregations - Jo Ann Deasy, Sojourner Covenant Church, Evanston, Illinois
  • 34 Pentecostal Female Pastors - Deborah M. Gill and Ava K. Oleson, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
  • 35 Women Leaders in Mainline Protestant Churches - Barbara Brown Zikmund, Hartford Seminary (Retired)
  • 36 Women Leaders in Asian American Protestant Churches - Su Yon Pak, Union Theological Seminary
  • 37 Buddhist Women and Religious Leadership - Karma Lekshe Tsomo, University of San Diego
  • 38 Modern and Contemporary Trends in Muslim Women's Leadership - Shenila Khoja-Moolji, Columbia University Celene Ayat Lizzio, Harvard University
  • 39 African American Women Leaders - Michael D. Royster, Prairie View A&M University
  • 40 Women Leaders in Judaism - Susan Grossman, Congregation Beth Shalom, Columbia, Maryland
  • 41 Roman Catholic Women Leaders: “By Their Fruits You Shall Know Them” - Diane Kennedy, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois
  • PART III. Religious Leaders and the Common Good
  • 42 The Common Good - Christie T. Lynk, The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology
  • 43 Spirit-Inspired Leadership and the Common Good Worldview - Bill Grace, Common Good Works
  • 44 Catholic Leadership for Global Citizenship - Marie Dennis, Pax Christi International
  • 45 Women Religious for Social Justice - Simone Campbell, NETWORK, Washington, DC
  • 46 Religious Leaders Who Have Advocated and Engaged in Violence - Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore Owen Anderson, Arizona State University
  • Volume Two Religious Leaders’ Formation and Public Contributions
  • PART IV. DIALOGUE AND ACTION FOR THE COMMON GOOD AND PEACEBUILDING
  • Intercultural Leadership
  • 47 Christian Leadership for Multicultural Inclusion - Eric H. F. Law, Kaleidoscope Institute for Competent Leadership in a Diverse, Changing World
  • 48 Leadership for Reconciliation - Robert Schreiter, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago
  • 49 Religious Leadership for Social Change - Mark Lau Branson, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • 50 Gender, Identity, and Inclusive Leadership - Stephen V. Sprinkle, Brite Divinity School
  • 51 Jewish Leadership for Interreligious Dialogue - Anson Laytner, Seattle University
  • 52 Asian Participation in Interreligious Dialogue - Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier, Loyola Marymount University
  • 53 Muslim Leadership for Social Action - M.S. Pourfarzaneh, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California
  • Leading Action for Common Good
  • 54 American Jewish World Service - Jordan Namerow and Ruth Messinger, American Jewish World Service
  • 55 Sojourners - Timothy King, Sojourners Community
  • 56 Leading Evangelicals for Social Action - Al Tizon, Palmer Theological Seminary
  • 57 Building Peace: Religious Leadership in Divided Communities - Janna Hunter-Bowman and John Paul Lederach, Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame
  • 58 The Salvation Army - Robert A. Watson, The Salvation Army
  • 59 Religious Leadership in the Catholic Peace Movement - Tom Cordaro, Pax Christi USA
  • Spotlights
  • 60 World Vision - Gary VanderPol, Denver Seminary
  • 61 Catholic Relief Services: Fostering Integral Human Development Through Charity in Truth - Jeffry Odell Korgen, Diocese of Metuchen, New Jersey
  • 62 Islamic Relief - Rhea Rahman, The New School for Social Research
  • 63 Leadership by the Deaf Community for Social Change - Nancy Anne Marie Delich, Seattle University
  • Environment, Sustainability, and Eco-Justice
  • 64 Christian Leadership Toward Sustainable Earth-Human Relations - Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, Seattle University Frederica Helmiere, University of Washington
  • 65 The Jewish Response to Environmental Action - Alon Tal, Ben Gurion University, Israel
  • 66 Islamic Leadership for Sustainability - Ibrahim Salih Abdul-Matin, The Frontier Project
  • 67 Zen Buddhist Ecological Leadership: Just Teach the Withered Trees to Bloom - Jason M. Wirth, Seattle University
  • Spotlights: Leaders Who Have Shaped Religious Dialogue
  • 68 Archbishop Desmond Tutu - Michael Battle, PeaceBattle Institute
  • 69 Archbishop Oscar Romero: The Good Shepherd Lays Down His Life for His Sheep - Scott Wright, TASSC International, Washington, DC
  • 70 Howard Thurman: Intercultural and Interreligious Leader - Walter Earl Fluker, Boston University
  • 71 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - Noel Leo Erskine, Emory University
  • 72 Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel: Prophetic Leadership Confronts the 20th Century - Brian M. Smollett, Hunter College, City University of New York
  • 73 Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan - Zach Mann, The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York
  • 74 Rabbi Stephen S. Wise - Mark A. Raider, University of Cincinnati
  • 75 The Orthodox Rabbinate and Interfaith Dialogue - Marc D. Angel, Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals
  • 76 Dalai Lama - Derek F. Maher, East Carolina University
  • 77 Thich Nhat Hanh - Elise Anne DeVido, Cornell University Law School
  • 78 Dietrich Bonhoeffer: A Model for Religious Leadership in the 21st Century - Vincent J. Pastro, Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Kent, Washington
  • 79 Very Reverend Sang Chul Lee: A Legacy of Justice and Hospitality - Mari Kim, Pacific Lutheran University
  • 80 Fethullah Gülen and the Gülen Movement - Turan Kayaoǧlu, University of Washington, Tacoma
  • 81 Elijah Muhammad - Fatimah Fanusie, Independent 20th-Century U.S. Historian
  • 82 Dorothy Day: Leader of the Catholic Worker Movement - Thomas C. Cornell, The Catholic Worker Farm, Marlboro, New York
  • 83 Karen Armstrong: A Journey Toward God - Gretchen Gundrum, Seattle University
  • 84 Imam Warith Deen Mohammed - Aminah Beverly McCloud, DePaul University
  • 85 Mary Baker Eddy: Leadership and Spiritual Practice - Thomas C. Johnsen, Independent Scholar
  • PART V PROCESSES AND DIRECTIONS FOR LEADERSHIP FORMATION
  • 86 General Trends and Emerging Models Across Christian Denominations - Barbara G. Wheeler, Auburn Theological Seminary
  • 87 Forming Interreligious and Intercultural Leaders - Eleanor Moody-Shepherd, New York Theological Seminary
  • 88 Formation of Christian Leaders: Forming Faithful and Just Actions for the Sake of the World - Kyle J.A. Small, Western Theological Seminary
  • 89 Leadership Development in the American Jewish Community - David Teutsch, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
  • 90 Formation and Education of Muslim Leaders - Quaiser Abdullah, Temple University
  • 91 Educating and Forming Latino/Latina Populations for Leadership in the Christian Church - Joanne Rodríguez, Hispanic Theological Initiative
  • 92 Forming Asian Leaders for North American Churches - Stacy D. Kitahata, Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship Laura Mariko Cheifetz, The Fund for Theological Education
  • PART VI RELIGIOUS LEADERS REFORMING TRADITIONS
  • 93 Mystics as Reformers - Valerie Lesniak, Seattle University
  • 94 New Forms of Evangelical Leadership - Soong-Chan Rah, North Park Theological Seminary, Chicago
  • 95 Postcolonial Insights for Religious Leadership - Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
  • 96 Islamic Reformers in North America - Muqtedar Khan and Marvin Whitaker, University of Delaware
  • 97 Roman Catholic Reformers - Robert McClory, Northwestern University