Hidden In Plain Sight: Luther's Doctrine Of Vocation
Cherney, Kenneth A.
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The doctrine of vocation was a “jewel forged in Luther’s own conscience, in the fire of his personal battle with monasticism.” In today’s society, this doctrine holds no less value. Christians see that God has called every person to his or her respective role in life, and they carry out those roles out of love for their Savior, and out of love for their neighbor.