Michael Horton on Vocation

I’ve been appreciating Michael Horton for a long time. His critiques of pop Christianity, his polemics against “Christless Christianity,” and his work to apply the insights of the Reformation to our own times are right on target. Here is a video lecture he gave on “Christ and the Workplace,” which deals with vocation.

HT: Justin Taylor

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  • Richard

    His remarks on vocation well echo your book, “God at Work,” and Gustav Wingren’s book, “Luther on Vocation.” Thank you for your work on this, Dr. Veith! The men in our church studied your book, and were blessed to re-discover how God works in their lives through vocation.
    By the way, the rest of the lectures given at Westminster Seminary in Jan. are well worth watching/listening to as well. Drs. van Druenen, Godfrey, Baugh, and Johnson gave excellent lectures on the subject of “Christ and Culture.”

  • Richard

    His remarks on vocation well echo your book, “God at Work,” and Gustav Wingren’s book, “Luther on Vocation.” Thank you for your work on this, Dr. Veith! The men in our church studied your book, and were blessed to re-discover how God works in their lives through vocation.
    By the way, the rest of the lectures given at Westminster Seminary in Jan. are well worth watching/listening to as well. Drs. van Druenen, Godfrey, Baugh, and Johnson gave excellent lectures on the subject of “Christ and Culture.”