Amidst the current economic and business realities, with
high-pressure workplaces and simultaneous high unemployment, many
Christian theologies of vocation seem unduly idealistic. Yet, as
the West's desire for cheap consumer goods unleashes disturbing
consequences across the globe, it is clear that our current
vocational system poses major challenges to any moral case for
prosperity. What would it really mean to think and act Christianly
about our labor? Is it possible? In Good Work Esther Reed
engagingly tackles these questions within a biblical framework, as
she sketches a tangible and realistic theological ethic of work in
the hope of God's coming kingdom.
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