Which biblical leader most closely reflects your personality traits? Almost everyone has taken online- or social-media-based personality profile tests and quizzes. Have you ever considered if (or if so, how) your specific personality type compares to a specific character in the Bible? A Personality Portrait is a book about you. This book will help you to better understand yourself as well as your specific personality type. You can do this by taking a free online personality profile test and then comparing your personality type to the detailed profiles created for many characters in the Bible. You will also be able to compare the personality traits of your friends, family members, and colleagues. Encourage them to take the test so they can join you on this journey of discovery You will be able to find commonalities between your specific personality type and those of well-known characters from the Bible, such as Daniel, Joseph, Elisha, Elijah, Jacob, and King David, as well as Peter, Paul, and John. There are more than sixteen complete personality profiles from which you can choose. Among the many benefits that you will receive from reading this book, not only will you develop a much clearer understanding of yourself and your personality type, but you will also gain an ability to develop more fulfilling interpersonal and professional relationships with others, recognizing personality traits that exist in them by comparing them to these well-known biblical characters. Earl A. Jones serves as an adjunct faculty member at Logos University in Jacksonville, Florida. He has served as a teaching professor at Arizona State University, George Mason University, Virginia Commonwealth University, and James Madison University. While at James Madison University and Virginia Commonwealth University, Jones also served in a dual capacity as an administrative faculty member, including functioning in multiple leadership, managerial, and student academic advising capacities. He has authored multiple academic and journal articles, as well as other works for publication.