David Bahnsen is a big voice on work, on television, in the stock market, and behind the scenes with a handful of nonprofits. It’s his life, and in his new book, he suggests work is your life, too. Not the totality of your life, but not an extractable part, either. In Full-Time, Bahnsen suggests that the in-vogue separation of individual identity from what the individual does is a flawed conception, one that wreaks havoc; as a symptom, Bahnsen points to widespread social isolation. The better way, for Bahnsen, is to reunite work — “effort, service, striving” — with the worker. Because it’s in the work, he says, that workers find their divine purpose.