Seattle Pacific University’s Work and Faith Collection has grown to be one of the most comprehensive and unique collections of materials addressing the integration of work and Christian faith in the world. Beginning with an initial donation from InterVarsity’s Pete Hammond in the winter of 2008, there are now almost 2,000 materials for the student, scholar, and business practitioner to discover. The following annotated bibliography offers librarians insight into this collection and, by extension,into the diverse literature fueling the interdisciplinary study of religion, business, technology, and labor. The list below was compiled with the goal of illustrating this diversity and thus includes classic works in the field of work and faith in addition to more recent – and even more critical – treatments of the theology of work in its historical, theological, and political manifestations. It is the hope of the author that librarians and researchers alike will find in it a starting point from which they can begin to build their own collection on this increasingly significant but admittedly complex topic. For more on the Work and Faith Collection, visit http://spu.libguides.com/workandfaith.
"Annotated Bibliography: Work & Faith,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 61
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol61/iss2/7