Theology of Work Bible Commentary Vol. 2 Now in Print

TOWCommentary_Vol2_CoverBusiness, education, law, service industries, medicine, government – wherever you work, in whatever capacity, the Scriptures have something to say about it. The Theology of Work Bible Commentary is an in-depth Bible study tool put together by a group of biblical scholars, pastors, and workplace Christians to help you discover what the Bible says about work.

Four volumes are now in print.

To get the Theology of Work Bible Commentary in print, go to the Theology of Work Project bookstore

The commentary is also available for free online

Reviews

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“From the very beginning, God designed us to work. We each have gifts and callings intended to reflect his glory and to bring us fulfillment, even as we serve others. While there are various resources addressing this subject, this unique commentary offers a comprehensive survey of an important biblical theme. With its added online availability, it is an invaluable resource for pastors and business professionals alike.”

– Ravi Zacharias, author and speaker

“This commentary is a revolutionary document! It does what no other commentary has done, which is to turn us around and to see what the Bible actually says about work. . . . It is about time we saw that the Word of God gives meaning, purpose, perspective and practical guidelines for daily work. It is hard not to be enthusiastic about something that is just plain wonderful and transformative. This commentary can turn the church inside out as the people of God serve God full time from Monday to Friday.”

– R. Paul Stevens, Professor Emeritus, Marketplace Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, BC

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About Theology of Work Project

The Theology of Work Project helps pastors, ministry leaders and Christians in the workplace explore what the Bible says about everyday work. The TOW Project recently completed a first-of-its-kind resource, the Theology of Work Bible Commentary. A team of 138 respected scholars, pastors and workplace Christians from 16 countries contributed to the commentary, which is available for free online at www.theologyofwork.org or in print at theologyofwork.christianbook.com.