Romans Through Revelation (#05 in Theology Of Work Bible Commentary Series)
: "This series is a magnificent contribution to one of the most neglected themes in Christian ethics... . The conversation about faith and work is deeper and richer thanks to the Theology of Work Project."-Andy Crouch, Executive Editor, Christianity Today...
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"This series is a magnificent contribution to one of the most
neglected themes in Christian ethics... . The conversation about
faith and work is deeper and richer thanks to the Theology of Work
Project."-Andy Crouch, Executive Editor, Christianity Today
What does the Bible have to say about work? This one-of-a-kind
Bible resource answers that very question.
The Theology of Work Bible Commentary is an in-depth Bible study
tool put together by a group of Bible scholars and businesspeople.
The content is from TheologyofWork.org and has never
before been in print. It reveals what the Bible says about all kinds
of work and offers insight from every single book of the Bible. This
volume is part of a multivolume series and covers Romans through
Revelation. Volume 4 is already available. Volumes 1-3 coming
Pastors will find these volumes helpful as they consider the Bible's
perspective on work when teaching on particular passages or
topics. Professors may use the commentary to help prepare classes
or as a textbook for students. Laypeople may find practical help for
workplace decisions, or they may read it as part of their personal
or group Bible study.
"The design and layout are brilliant! It's easy to access material by subject
and topic. I'm impressed by the contributors and know others will
feel inspired and encouraged by their collective wisdom, too."
-Nancy Matheson-Burns, CEO, Dole and Bailey
The Theology of Work Project is an independent, international organization dedicated to researching, writing, and distributing materials with a biblical perspective on work. Its mission is to help people explore what the Christian faith can contribute to ordinary work, and it is developing resources for the most significant topics in today's workplace, such as calling, ethics, truth and deception, motivation, compensation, and more. Books created by the Theology of Work Project include the Bible and Your Work Study Series, and the Theology of Work Bible Commentaries.