All posts by JJ Routley

Jonathan J. Routley (JJ) serves as Professor of Bible and Theology at Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, Iowa. JJ also serves on the Board of Directors for the Associates for Biblical Research (ABR). He holds a ThM in Theology from Western Seminary (Portland, OR), and is currently pursuing a PhD in Theological Studies from Columbia International University. JJ and his family reside in Dubuque, Iowa. Blog: jjroutley@wordpress.com Twitter: @JJ_Routley

God First, People Second, Mission Third

Reading Time: 3 minutes Part 13 in JJ Routley’s Leadership in Joshua series. See part 12 here. Today’s reading: Joshua 10:1-15. Key

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How to Convert Bad Decisions into Positive Outcomes

Reading Time: 3 minutes Part 12 in JJ Routley’s Leadership in Joshua series. See part 11 here. Today’s reading: Joshua 9:1-27. Key

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Faithfulness: The Key to Leadership

Reading Time: 4 minutes Part 11 in JJ Routley’s Leadership in Joshua series. See part 10 here. Today’s reading: Joshua 8:30-35. Key

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Deconstruction

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this episode of Concerning Him: An Emmaus podcast, host Erik Rasmussen interviews JJ Routley

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Four Deconstructions (Part 2)

Reading Time: 6 minutes In the first installment of this article, I made the argument that the term deconstruction

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Four Deconstructions (Part 1)

Reading Time: 4 minutes It was 2005. Rob Bell had just published Velvet Elvis, the Emergent Church was still

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Recovering From Failure in Leadership

Reading Time: 3 minutes Part 10 in JJ Routley’s Leadership in Joshua series. See part 9 here. Today’s reading: Joshua 8:1-29. Key

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When a Leader Fails

Reading Time: 3 minutes Part 9 in JJ Routley’s Leadership in Joshua series. See part 8 here. Today’s reading: Joshua 7:1-26. Key

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The Key to a Godly Leader’s Strength

Reading Time: 3 minutes Part 8 in JJ Routley’s Leadership in Joshua series. See part 7 here. Today’s reading: Joshua 6:1-27. Key

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The Trinity and the Incarnation

Reading Time: 7 minutes In the Christmas season, those who are followers of Jesus tend to concentrate their cognitive

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