4 edition of The emotional Jesus found in the catalog.
The emotional Jesus
Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-61).
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2005/03225 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||95078542|
The book walks readers through five key principles of emotional intelligence--self-awareness, empathy, assertiveness, optimism, and stress management--illustrating these principles in the life of Jesus and offering practical applications for leaders today. The authors address emotional intelligence with both individuals and groups of all : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. The Emotional Intelligence of Jesus Quotes Showing of 1 “In short, a spiritual teacher needs to inject conflict into a disciple’s life. Without conflict, we remain at .
Emotional Intelligence through Spiritual Maturity Romans 8 "That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit." Emotional Intelligence/Emotional Quotient (EI/EQ), is what the Bible refers to as spiritual discernment, or godly wisdom. Jesus was Emotionally Intelligent. The book walks readers through five key principles of emotional intelligence-self-awareness, empathy, assertiveness, optimism, and stress management-illustrating these principles in the life of Jesus and offering practical applications for leaders today. The authors address emotional intelligence with both individuals and groups of all sizes.
The book of Isaiah describes Jesus as "a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief" (). But we see later that He was a joyful man, who was happy and celebrated with others. hearing about Jesus and rushing to meet him, and vv as describing Jesus’ emotional arrival at the tomb of his dead friend ‘Jesus weeps, and, being directed by the mourners, goes to the tomb’, says Bernard Textual Although the text of is well established,18 it .
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Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products.5/5(1). This is a great new book for church leaders: The Emotional Intelligence of Jesus: Relational Smarts for Religious Leaders is a new book by Roy Oswald (a long-time consultant with the Alban Institute on matters of church leadership) and Arland Jacobson (a New Testament professor).
They have combined their expertise and interest to explore the life and ministry of Jesus alongside the field of brain science 4/4(16).
The book walks readers through five key principles of emotional intelligence—self-awareness, empathy, assertiveness, optimism, and stress management—illustrating these principles in the life of Jesus and offering practical applications for leaders today.
The authors address emotional intelligence with both individuals and groups of all : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. Not every leader, however, is born with the inherent ability to effectively communicate and relate with others.
That ability is called Emotional Intelligence--perceiving, controlling, and evaluating emotions. Emotional Intelligence is widely studied in the business world to help improve leader effectiveness.
The Emotional Intelligence of Jesus introduces readers to the ways emotional /5. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The emotional Jesus by James Breig,Twenty-Third Publications edition, in English The emotional Jesus ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: The book walks readers through five key principles of emotional intelligence—self-awareness, empathy, assertiveness, optimism, and stress management—illustrating these principles in the life of Jesus and offering practical applications for leaders : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
During the years that Jesus lived among his followers, they did, indeed, have much proof of his divine nature, but just now are they about to witness new evidences of his humanity. Just before the greatest of all the revelations of his divinity, his resurrection, must now come the greatest proofs of his mortal nature, his humiliation and crucifixion.
Jesus' Emotions in the Gospels investigates richness and variety of the emotional life of Jesus as depicted in the four gospels. Attention is often paid to the events of Jesus' life, his teaching, and his ministry - but rarely is Jesus' emotional life considered. Stephen Voorwinde presents all sixty references to the emotions of Jesus as they appear in the gospels, enabling readers to think.
The Emotional Jesus Posted on Novem Ma by Paul Tautges Benjamin B. Warfield (–) was professor of theology at Princeton Seminary from to Jesus felt compassion; he was angry, indignant, and consumed with zeal; he was troubled, greatly distressed, very sorrowful, depressed, deeply moved, and grieved; he sighed; he wept and sobbed; he.
(This study was inspired by my graduate psychology professor, Dick Mohline, in his book, Emotional Wholeness: Connecting With the Emotions of Jesus. I’ve grouped these feelings into eleven core emotions: anxiety, anger, shame, sadness, pain, surprise, hope, faith, love, joy, and peace. The Emotional Intelligence of Jesus introduces readers to the ways emotional intelligence can enhance their work in faith settings.
Authors Roy M. Oswald and Arland Jacobson highlight the emotional intelligence of Jesus, illuminating the remarkable ways he related to a diverse array of people, then show how these lessons can enrich the ministry. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The Emotional Intelligence of Jesus introduces readers to key principles of emotional intelligence—self-awareness, empathy, assertiveness, optimism, and stress management—illustrating them in the life of Jesus and offering practical applications for leaders today.
The Tears of Jesus. The book of Isaiah prophetically speaks of the Lord Jesus as “a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief” (). Three times in the New Testament there is the record of Jesus weeping. Let us consider each of these.
Jesus wept for friends. John poignantly states: “Jesus. The Emotions of Jesus, Part 1: The Age of Feeling Thaddeus Williams — If Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, and a mix of our ancestors from virtually any age of human history were crammed into a time machine and hurled into the twenty-first century, there is something normal to us that they would find totally bewildering.
As we enter Easter week, John shares thoughts on the playful, disruptive, extravagant personality of Jesus from Scripture and his book Beautiful Outlaw. Attention is often paid to the events of Jesus’ life, his teaching, and his ministry, but rarely is Jesus’ emotional life considered.
The emotional challenges posed throughout the New Testament gain new significance when understood side-by-side with the emotional character of Jesus. In this book, Voorwinde builds a careful picture of Jesus within the theological framework of each of the.
Emotional intelligence (EQ) is especially important when it comes to leadership and ministry skills. Biblical EQ uses the Bible and the character of Jesus to show how we can grow both spiritually and emotionally into mature human beings. Biblical EQ uses the life and character of Jesus.
The emotional intelligence of Jesus: Relational Smarts for Religious Leaders, is an excellent read merging both the scientific-psychological perspectives along with the spiritual applications, which is best revealed in the model leader himself, Jesus the Christ.
I highly recommend this book as it unpacks several helpful key components, such as /5(17). Jesus was totally surrendered to His Father’s leading, and He trusted His Father to care for Him. Think of the many times people sought to kill Jesus prior to His ultimate sacrifice.
Satan would have loved to preempt our Lord’s sacrifice on the cross by having Him die another way. But Jesus knew His Father would protect Him.
by Roy M. Oswald and Arland Jacobson Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, Md. pages REVIEWED BY ROBERT A. (BOB) HARRIS The introduction states, “This is a book about the importance of emotional intelligence in the culture and dynamics of congregational life, with Jesus as the exemplar.
Our hope is that viewing Jesus through the lens of emotional intelligence will actually Author: The Presbyterian Outlook.The Emotional Life of our Lord by B.B.
Warfield. It belongs to the truth of our Lord’s humanity, that he was subject to all sinless human emotions. l In the accounts which the Evangelists give us of the crowded activities which filled the few years of his ministry, the play of a great variety of emotions is depicted.
It has nevertheless not proved easy to form a universally acceptable.