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Jesus the Social Entrepreneur

Jesus the Social Entrepreneur

Understanding Both His Entrepreneur Mindset and Nature 'Miracles' (Classic Edition)

by Prof. Emer. L. Murray Gillin, AM.

About The Book

  • Successful entrepreneurs, like Jesus, are characterized by a unique entrepreneur mindset. This is a human mindset that integrates intellectual, emotional, and spiritual not religious intelligence in seeking to deliver real added value to users. So, the question arises, was Jesus a social entrepreneur, utilizing all the principles we consider today as foundational to an entrepreneur mindset? To address the question, this book seeks to evaluate three areas relevant to the formation of Jesus in 1st Century CE Judea and Galilee, his period of ministry and miracles, and consider Jesus’ use of the creation laws of physics in selected miracles. In considering whether the concepts of Jesus and that of a social entrepreneur mindset are compatible, a relevant entrepreneurial ecosystem is applied to his life experiences. In explaining Jesus’ behavior to and events of the nature miracles, a conceptual bridge between the realities of science and spirit is evaluated. The hypothesis examined in each case is that Jesus used his enhanced powers of human intention, interconnectedness, mindset, and close personal relationship with the Holy Spirit to affect the observed miracle using the natural mechanisms of physics and science.
Publication date January 04,2024
Language English
ISBN (Paperback)
979-8-89174-274-1 (E-BOOK)
Genre Business/Economics
Pages 432
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)

About The Author

Prof. Emer. L. Murray Gillin, AM. has had a career spanning over 60 years. He worked in the fields of Defence Science and Technology as a Materials Research Engineer (Aeronautical Research Laboratories), Defence Research Attaché at the Australian Embassy Washington, USA. He was Dean of Engineering and Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Swinburne University of Technology. In ‘retirement’ Murray co-founded the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship and was Director to 2009, was a By-Fellow at Churchill College Cambridge in 2004, and continued to teach and publish research to 2022.

Murray has been honoured with the Order of Australia and two Honorary Doctorates for his innovations and research in Work Integrated Learning and the world’s first Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.


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