I'll be facilitating a brief discussion on chapter ten (pages 183-197) of Keller's Work Monday evening. Here are a few questions we'll use to guide the discussion:
- Keller opens chapter 10 with this question (183): “We all know someone in our field who is not a Christian who seems to hold the best values and produce the most elegant product, beautiful dance piece, or trusted and well-organized work team. If the Christian worldview is so unique, how do we account for this?”
- What are some of the dangers if we get the first question wrong? What are some of the dangers if we misunderstand the difference between “Christian work” and “non-Christian work”?
- How does an understanding of common grace help us understand work?