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chapter 14: Work

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4: Glossary
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10: Supplementary
11: Policy



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Work, Eden and survival

Why do we have to work? The Christian interpretation of Genesis is that work is a result of original sin. Here we do not think this is the case, but rather work is a natural result of the interaction the relatively finite material aspect of the universe with its infinite spiritual aspect.


Work is the process of bringing new physical entities into being. As the old latin tag has it bonum ex integro, malum ex quacumque causa : good comes from the whole, evil from any defect. Good work must be defect free, that is complete.


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