Understanding the importance of chaos and complexity is well established in the sciences, and increasingly impinges on everyday life. But how does it affect our understanding of leadership and theology?
This wide-ranging study looks at the key elements of chaos theory, and makes helpful connections with the practical issues of leadership within and beyond ministry.
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February 23rd: Polycarp (69-155)
Polycarp was taught by John, the Lord’s own disciple, who established him as bishop in Smyrna in 96. In his time the date for celebrating Easter was already a matter of controversy. He visited Anicetus, the Bishop…