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Although leadership is one both broadly defined and widely researched, it has yet to be thoroughly explored through exegetical methodologies. Moreover, there is much room in the literature for in-depth exegetical studies that also provide the reader with practical application. Since applied theory is the goal of most scientific inquiry, it seems important to examine a critical theme of leadership theory that accomplishes the goal: wisdom. This research uses an inner texture analysis of Proverbs 5 to extrapolate practical leadership principles. This brief exploration reveals several connections between the wisdom found in the Hebrew Scriptures and modern leadership theory.
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