“It is easier to go to a consistent extreme
than to stay at the center of biblical tension.”
J. Robertson McQuilkin

Somewhere in the mid-90s, I heard a well-known Christian leader make a statement about the dire need for leaders. His premise was that seminaries had traditionally spent so much time preparing pastors to preach that they had never trained them to lead. His recommendation was that more seminaries train pastors to be leaders. Due to his reputation and my personal friendship with him, I jumped on board and began to argue the same point. I now regret that argument, to an extent. Let me explain.


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