Beliefs and Behaviors of 40 Indigenous Sri Lankan Christian Leaders
Jeremy Christopher Kohomban
This dissertation investigated the beliefs and behaviors of 40 indigenous Sri Lankan Christian leaders. Using survey data collected via the Christian Continuous Improvement Index (Zigarelli, 2002), the study found Sri Lankan leaders' beliefs and behaviors to be significantly different than the beliefs and behaviors of Christians worldwide. Further, the areas of significance were clustered in beliefs and behaviors that focused on the well-being of others, leading to a conclusion that Sri Lankan Christian leaders are practicing a compassionate style of leadership.
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