Theme Of Every Good Endeavor By Timothy Keller

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In chapters one and two of Timothy Keller 's book "Every Good Endeavor” the main theme is work. While some people think work is demeaning and boring, they miss the fact that God has put us on this earth simply to work. Keller shows this through his recalling of Genesis in that as soon as Adam is placed on this earth he is given the task of working the garden. Culture has pushed people to believe that "work is a necessary evil.” Society also leads us to believe there are two classes of workers, the ones that fit in the "knowledge classes” which are where the wealthy reside and the "service sector” in which the middle to poor classes reside. Keller later goes on to say "the biblical view of these matters is utterly different. Work of all kinds...evidences
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