Bonhoeffer


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German Lutheran theologian and pastor whose works concern Christianity in the modern world

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Very strongly recommended for personal, seminary, community, and academic library Ecumenism and 20th Century Christian History collections in general, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer supplemental studies reading lists in particular.
But Bonhoeffer held Christians to a different standard.
This volume of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works contains three major sections, each of which includes work that originally appeared between 1931-1932.
Robinson's interpretation of the life and writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer provides a model for doing so and, in turn, offers a way to understand Ames's commitment to this-worldly transcendence.
In reflecting upon his book, Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy, (2010) Eric Metaxas said: "For the first time Bonhoeffer saw the gospel preached and lived out in obedience to God's commands.
The authors' topics include understanding Bonhoeffer from default through hermeneutic reading, Foucaultian reflections on his life and theology, gender and the reliance of "above" and "below," Bonhoeffer and three black writers (James W.
The reason was that Bonhoeffer, even from his earliest years, had a deep sense of the fragility of the world under the judgment of and dependent on the grace of God.
For readers more influenced by Borg, Crosson and Spong than by Barth, Bonhoeffer and Torrance--or for that matter, by the Anglican biblical scholar E.
The panel decided which facts it found proved against Prof Bonhoeffer, and will go on to consider on Monday whether it considers his fitness to practise is impaired.
Professor Philipp Bonhoeffer was accused of assaulting children and young adults on trips to Kenya with a medical charity.
Bonhoeffer, Rudd's spiritual hero, was a Lutheran pastor who was hanged by the Gestapo for an assassination attempt on Hitler.
Written in a cramped, dank, and putrid cell, where hope was meant to die before the body, Bonhoeffer crafted a book rich in faith, openness, possibility, and, yes, hope - even in humanity's darkest hour.
As Hitler and the Nazis rose, a small number of saboteurs worked to thwart him from inside the Third Reich--and one of these men was pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
BONHOEFFER AND THE BIOSCIENCES: An Initial Exploration by Ralf K.