Read about the Theology of Work Project’s newest release Ethics at Work in this review by Bob Trube:
Ethics at Work, Theology of Work Project. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 2017.
Summary: A discussion guide outlining a Christian approach to ethical decision-making in the workplace based on three principles: commands, consequences, and character.
What does Sunday morning have to do with 8 to 5 Monday through Friday (or whatever our working hours may be)? For many Christians that lack of connection between our worship and our work eventually leads to questions either about the truth and reality of our faith, or the possibility of living Christianly in the workplace.
The Theology of Work Project, the developers of this discussion guide and numerous other related resources, are thoroughly committed to the idea that our faith and our work life may be seamlessly connected. On their “about” page, they describe the vision of the Project in these terms:
“The vision of the Theology of Work Project is…
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