Filipino Christian Living

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TOPIC 16: LEADERSHIP IN A DEMOCRATIC CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE It discussed about to understand a democratic leadership. perpetualite: a man for others states that “In a democratic community each person is assumed to have equal significance without assuming, precisely, that all members have the same skills and gift. It does mean, however, that each person has unique talent that contribute to the group’s power base. In a Christian point of view, leadership in a democratic style speaks of “Democratic community building that requires a knowledgeable leader who recommends that action be taken by the entire group; no authority figure; the leader listens and respects the other group members, encourages independence and offers guidance in the name …show more content…
Man as being in the world. Let us borrow the philosophical understanding and explanation of man in the world form the book entitled, “the human person: not real, but existing”, by Eddie R. Bacor, states that “the term world is derived from the Anglo-Saxon words which means:weor and old. The term “weor” means “man” and the term “old” is interpreted as “age”. Literally, the world is interpreted as “ the age of man.”(Babor, 2007).
QUESTIONS:
A. THE TERM WEOR MEANS MAN AND THE TERM OLD IS INTERPRETED AS?
- Age B. WHO IS THE PHILOSOPHER TREATS THE WORLD AND FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ITS NATURE? -Martin Heidegger

Topic 21: Leadership at home Home is both the home or shelter and household or family.”It plays a very important role in the life of any society, and it is the basic and most fundamental unit in any society.” Parents need to realize that every world and deed of a parent is a fiber woven into the character of the child. Children on their part have to respect their parents authority over them and pity the home where everyone is the head. Children have an obligation to care for their parents especially in their old age. Christian Value. The Christian value that can help leadership be properly exercised in the family are…