Vocation as Justice
Vocation as Justice is the fourth session from A Calling to the Beloved, a 7 film series on entering a life of vocation. Also the second collection from our new "Poieō Series: Liturgy That Shapes and Transforms." (The word poieō in Greek means “to make” and “to do.” This is where we get the word “poem.” Poetry comes through the creative process that we put into our lives, our relationships, our most intimate connections. This series is a collection to stir our deep longing to set our lives into the rhythm and meter of an eternal song).
Can the work we do cause harm to others, the world, and even ourselves? Doug Hicks, university provost and professor of religion, talks about how calling must always involve justice. When our work does not seek to do what is right in the world, then our work might not match what God wants for us.
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This discussion will be facilitated by Phuc Luu, theological and philosophical writer for TWOTP. He is a professor of theology and philosophy in Houston, Texas.