How should Christians view work and vocation? Occasionally it feels like work is just work and nothing about the daily grind has to do with the teachings of the Bible or who we are called to be. Many would admit that, of course, as Christians, they are called to work hard, and to work with honesty and integrity. But other than that, many see work as just a secular fact of life which we must accept. Others feel that work is worse than just neutral, but instead, is a result of the fall. However, Scripture seems to paint a different picture about our daily labor, which informs our vocations by placing them in a gospel-centered, biblical perspective. Check out the video below as Dr. Benjamin Quinn and Dr. Keith Whitfield discuss the biblical idea of vocation.
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Follow There are many pressing concerns for modern Bible translations, such as linguistic precision, readability, and cultural engagement. Which of these should be the leading concerns for modern translators? Watch the video below as Keith Whitfield discu...
Follow In this episode of Exploring Hope, Drs. Keith Whitfield and Bruce Ashford sit down to talk about culture and how Christians should relate to it. Print PDF