Theological Foundations and Practical Implications

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R. Keith Loftin, Trey Dimsdale
  • London, England: 
    Hymns Ancient and Modern
    , March
     288 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


Moving from biblical theology to systematic theology to practical theology, Work: Theological Foundations and Practical Implications offers a comprehensive theology of work. 

With contributions from a variety of leading theologians including Miroslav Volf and Samuel Gregg, this book brings together biblical scholars, ethicists, economists representing a spectrum of theological voices. It will bring a new academic depth to the literature on the theology of work and provide a comprehensive single-volume resource for scholars and students alike.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

R. Keith Loftin is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Scarborough College and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX). Beyond his undergraduate studies (B.A. Biblical Studies, 2005), he holds an M.A. in Humanities (University of Dallas, 2008), an M.A. in Philosophy (Louisiana State University, 2009), the ThM in Systematic Theology (SWBTS, 2016), and the PhD in Theology (University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 2013).

Trey Dimsdale is Director of Program Outreach at the Action Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty in Grand Rapids, MI.


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