How Millennials Can Lead Us Out of the Mess We're In

How Millennials Can Lead Us Out of the Mess We're In

A Jew, a Muslim, and a Christian Share Leadership Lessons from the Life of Moses

Mordecai Schreiber, Iqbal Unus, Ian Case Punnett

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During troubled times, millions have been inspired by the stories and spiritual lessons of the selfless leadership of Moses. In a world increasingly affected by political, social, and racial imbalance, we need strong, innovative leaders who have not forgotten or ignored these valuable lessons. How Millennials Can Lead Us Out of the Mess We're In: A Jew, a Muslim, and a Christian Share Leadership Lessons from the Life of Moses brings together an Israeli-born rabbi, a Pakistani-born Muslim scholar, and an ordained Midwestern American to inspire the next generation of leaders with a timeless story of the ancient prophet Moses. Written in an easy and accessible style, this book is meant for sincerely spiritual but church-resistant Bible readers as well as those who are familiar with the Moses narrative. No leadership book has ever attempted to synthesize the religious views of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity into one unified, harmonious voice singing a single hymn.


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Mordecai Schreiber:

Mordecai Schreiber is an ordained rabbi and is the Director of Education for B’nai B’rith International. Rabbi Schreiber has authored and marketed more than 50 books on history, religion, and linguistics in the United States and many foreign countries. He is also founder and main principal of Schreiber Translations, Inc.

Iqbal Unus has focused his professional career on the evolving Muslim presence in America, gaining distinctive insight into its growth. He is associated with the International Institute of Islamic Thought, and has served as secretary general of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), where he is currently member of the Board. Dr. Unus has published several articles in Islamic Horizons, a book chapter in The Muslims' Place in the American Public Square, and two children’s books, as well as abridged Apostasy in Islam: An Historical and Scriptural Analysis, and edited Muslim American Life: Reflections and Perspectives. He served on the Research Committee for The US Mosque Survey 2011. He also serves on the board of directors of United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA).

Ian Punnett is ordained to the Holy Order of the Diaconate in The Episcopal Church in America, and a professor of mass communication and journalism at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. He is author of How to Pray When You’re Pissed at God and Toward a Theory of True Crime Narratives. |||

Mordecai Schreiber is an ordained rabbi and is the Director of Education for B’nai B’rith International. Rabbi Schreiber has authored and marketed more than 50 books on history, religion, and linguistics in the United States and many foreign countries. He is also founder and main principal of Schreiber Translations, Inc.

Iqbal Unus has focused his professional career on the evolving Muslim presence in America, gaining distinctive insight into its growth. He is associated with the International Institute of Islamic Thought, and has served as secretary general of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), where he is currently member of the Board. Dr. Unus has published several articles in Islamic Horizons, a book chapter in The Muslims' Place in the American Public Square, and two children’s books, as well as abridged Apostasy in Islam: An Historical and Scriptural Analysis, and edited Muslim American Life: Reflections and Perspectives. He served on the Research Committee for The US Mosque Survey 2011. He also serves on the board of directors of United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA).

Ian Punnett is ordained to the Holy Order of the Diaconate in The Episcopal Church in America, and a professor of mass communication and journalism at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. He is author of How to Pray When You’re Pissed at God and Toward a Theory of True Crime Narratives. |||

Mordecai Schreiber is an ordained rabbi and is the Director of Education for B’nai B’rith International. Rabbi Schreiber has authored and marketed more than 50 books on history, religion, and linguistics in the United States and many foreign countries. He is also founder and main principal of Schreiber Translations, Inc.

Iqbal Unus has focused his professional career on the evolving Muslim presence in America, gaining distinctive insight into its growth. He is associated with the International Institute of Islamic Thought, and has served as secretary general of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), where he is currently member of the Board. Dr. Unus has published several articles in Islamic Horizons, a book chapter in The Muslims' Place in the American Public Square, and two children’s books, as well as abridged Apostasy in Islam: An Historical and Scriptural Analysis, and edited Muslim American Life: Reflections and Perspectives. He served on the Research Committee for The US Mosque Survey 2011. He also serves on the board of directors of United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA).

Ian Punnett is ordained to the Holy Order of the Diaconate in The Episcopal Church in America, and a professor of mass communication and journalism at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. He is author of How to Pray When You’re Pissed at God and Toward a Theory of True Crime Narratives.

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