A deep dive into the history of vocation and work in Church thinking.
Modern philosophers have added to our understanding of calling and vocation.
9 key points that give a sense of the overall picture of work in the Bible.
All parts of the Bible can relate to life's work, if you have eyes primed to see it.
Explore what the Bible says about God's calling and your work.
An overview of broad Old Testament themes that relate to faith and work issues.
Integrate workplace issues into the study of the Old Testament by diving into the book of Ruth.
Given the right hermeneutics, Song of Songs is a book about work and starting a business.
Particulars OT books and passages that faculty identified as helpful with work.
Old Testament assignments to bring work into the seminary curriculum.
For New Testament professors trying to integrate work themes into their seminary classes.
Teach seminary students to rethink epistles for the modern worker.
Stories from, about and for women at work have not often been told as prominently as those of men in Christian contexts...
New testament assignments to bring work into the seminary curriculum.
Although theology and ethics are inseparable in the Bible, conversations with systematic theology and ethics faculty...
Help students think about the meaning and purpose of work from an eschatological perspective.
Professor Benjamin Quinn helps students see workplace themes in Theology and History of Ideas.
Biblical Studies professor reports on attempts to integate work into his class on Ministerial Ethics.
Expand your students study of ethics to include day-to-day workplace decision making.
Seminary assignments in Systematic Theology that address workplace issues.
This interview with Kevin Kinghorn, professor of philosophy and religion at Asbury Theological Seminary, is part of a...
With the right focus, sermons on Ecclesiastes 2 can help Christians make sense of their working lives.
Assignments in Preaching to help seminary students understand work.
John Wesley combined grace and works with integrity. All seminary students could learn from this.
Lay people have shaped church history by launching businesses that impacted economies and transformed culture.
Show seminary students how the doctrine of vocation has changed over the course of church history.
When teaching spiritual formation in a seminary, there are lots of opportunities to focus on real work scenarios.
Work-themed assignments for a seminary course in Spiritual Formation.
Seminary students will shape the way Christians think about their mission in the workplace.
A WebEx presentation for seminary faculty with free online resource to help teach students about workplace integration.
Sean McDonough, Professor of New Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, gives a Biblical Scholar's...
Learn more about faith and work from these resources: from introductary books to bibliographies for advanced...
Alistair Mackenzie's thesis Faith at Work explores the pastoral implications of vocation and work theology.
Alistair Mackenzie explains how early Christians wrestled with contrasting views of work.
Alistair Mackenzie traces conceptions of daily work from post-Reformation to today.
A condensed look at theology of work in seminary education by Alistair Mackenzie.
According to research, churchgoing affects people's decisions about ethics, work, and economics.
Alistair Mackenzie reports on the Faith and Work movement in New Zealand: where it's come from and where it's...