Doctrine of Vocation

This course explores how the biblical narrative brings renewed meaning to work and the workplace. This class studies the dignity and difficulty experienced in the workplace, along with the eschatological significance of human vocation. This course combines theory and practice by integrating a rigorously biblical worldview into the daily experiences of the workplace. The course is designed to explore the mission and calling of work in both “sacred” and “secular” vocations as the work of Christian ministry.

This course is offered as a free online class through Southeastern Seminary, if you’re interested click here.

Important Books

  • Timothy Keller – Every Good Endeavour
  • R. Paul Sevens – Work Matters: Lessons from Scripture
  • Amy Sherman – Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good
  • Hugh Whelchel – How Then Should We Work?: Rediscovering the Biblical Doctrine of Work

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