Limits of faith-based behavior in the military are poorly understood. Christian officers may face conflicting imperatives between moral obligations of military service and discipleship. This paper proposes that a Christian officer can satisfy all obligations by pursuing the work of their profession in a faithful manner through servant leadership. The tenets of servant leadership as described by van Dierendonck (2011) are compatible with Christian theology and Army doctrine, and avoid key pitfalls of transformational leadership.
Quinn, Ian and Bryant, Phil C.
"How Christian Should an Army Officer Be? The Answer may lie in Servant Leadership,"
Servant Leadership: Theory & Practice: Vol. 6
, Article 5.
Available at: https://csuepress.columbusstate.edu/sltp/vol6/iss1/5