The Pros and Dangers of a Charismatic Religious Leader
They are dynamic, encouraging, and relatable. Charismatic faith leaders are our go-to when we need a jolt of the word, or need encouragement. They can quickly get people together, and work as a team. Leaders like this drive results, inspire, and sell a vision flawlessly. Motivation is essential to get people to read the Bible, grow spiritually, and as a body. The problem is they lead by charm, rather by the Bible, some argue, and give us an accepted version of Christianity. One that is socially acceptable. Sin is one of them. Today it has been deemed as acceptable to gloss over sin, and responsibility for sin. Leaders themselves have fallen, it has become more about them, then preaching a biblical-based doctrine.