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Observations on the Theology of Work and Economics

Stephen J. Grabill


It is hard to miss the recent increased attention that evangelicals have been paying to the topic of work, vocational stewardship, business as mission, and calling. Several important books have recently been released, including Kenman Wong and Scott Raes Business for the Common Good, Tom Nelsons Work Matters, and Amy Shermans Kingdom Calling, to mention only a few.1 There is a resurgence of interest in the question of what is needed, biblically and theologically, to connect Sunday worship with the work that all of us do Monday through Saturday. This represents a commendable shift in evangelical priorities, and the papers in this symposium are drawn from the consultation on the Theology of Work and Economics at the Evangelical Theological Society annual meeting. The consultation aims to be a forum for the discussion of those and related topics.

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