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Very helpful, but he misses the largest demographic
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2020
Tim Keller is very insightful and this book was very helpful. However (though I place no blame on Keller), he doesn't go deep enough. His examples are good, but not adequate. He misses the majority of workers who don't call themselves "doctors," "advertisers," "artists," or "lawyers." The most common jobs include Retail sales, cashiers, fast food workers, etc. Though his insights are applicable to all career fields, he only offers a very passing mention to "blue collar" jobs. Speak to the husband/father who works as a janitor full time, who, most likely, doesn't think he is using his gifts well. Also, he seems to buy into the belief that people should follow their passions. What if you don't have any overriding, single vocational desire, yet you don't want to be a janitor the rest of your life? Tim Keller did a very good job in this book addressing many of the common concerns among "professional" careers. What about the rest of us?