When we pick up a bible we see an incredibly-daunting spread in front of us, a ton of text on each page so that it takes us forever to turn each page…
Could it be that the encyclopedic nature of our contemporary bibles is what’s driving this idea that biblical literature is dry and boring?
“Portfolio website for creatives” is what they call it.
Experienced leaders (and young green ones) have a tendency to evaluate everything. Whether this is a good or bad thing isn’t really important – rather, the way in which they evaluate is (and the environment in which these things occur).
In addition, leaders, young and old, evaluate and critique everything as well. They challenge the process. Not every leader wants to challenge everything (through their evaluation) but they necessarily do. It kind of goes hand-in-hand.
There are just some things that can’t be avoided, eh? It’s going to happen, it’s bound to happen.